Tuition & Financing

At Truett Seminary, affordability is central to our mission. We are committed to helping our students receive an excellent seminary education at a manageable price. We ensure an affordable education for all students at Truett Seminary through scholarships, financial aid, and a low cost of tuition.

Tuition (2022-2023)

In Fall 2021, Truett Seminary and Baylor University announced a significant tuition reduction for all Truett master’s-level degree programs and extended this new, lower rate to all doctoral programs as well. Following the previously announced removal of additional required fees, the tuition reduction demonstrates Baylor University and Truett Seminary’s continued commitment to making theological education affordable and accessible.

DEGREE TUITION
Master of Divinity $690 per hour
Master of Arts in Christian Ministry $690 per hour
Master of Theological Studies $690 per hour
Doctor of Ministry $690 per hour
PhD in Preaching $690 per hour

Scholarships

Each year, Truett Seminary applies over $2.3 million in endowed scholarship funds in addition to offering other opportunities for tuition reduction. Click here to learn more about:

  • Full and Partial Tuition Scholarships
  • Texas Baptist Scholarships
  • Outside Scholarships
  • Church Matching Funds

Fees and Supplies (2021-2022)

Required Fees: $0 *As of Fall 2021, required student fees are included within tuition rates
Books and Supplies: $500 (estimate)

Optional Fees

Vehicle Permit:
This fee allows students to park in student-designated spots in campus parking areas/garages from August thru August of following year.
$360/year
Student Life Center
This fee allows access to all recreational areas of the Student Life Center. Please review SLC building use policies for additional information.
$0/semester
Athletic Events:
This fee allows students to attend all Baylor home athletic events, with the exception of post-season events.
$0/semester

Please note: The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, scholarships, requirements and regulations without notice.

George W. Truett Theological Seminary