Advanced Apologetics: Master of Ministries Module
During the week of December 30–January 2, Pastor Bruce Love will be teaching a Master of Ministries module…read full
The cost of attending Ambassador Baptist College is modest in comparison to many other similar institutions. The faithful support of churches and Christian friends who desire to invest in quality Christian education enables us to keep our costs down.
However, only as the students are able to maintain faithful and prompt payment on accounts can this continue. In anticipation of attendance at college, both students and parents should realize the costs involved and make adequate preparation.
Questions concerning financial matters may be addressed to the college Business Office at any time.
Mr. Larry Burris, Business Manager
For current tuition and financial information, read or download our financial information brochure.
In an effort to make monthly payments more manageable for both parents and students, Ambassador Baptist College is changing from a five-month payment plan to a six-month payment plan for each semester. The new payment schedule is also designed to keep students on track or ahead of significant payment deadlines so they are able to take final exams.
This change will be effective for the Fall 2013 semester, with the first payment due on June 1, 2013. The deadline to receive an early payment discount (discount for paying the semester in full) is June 1st.
Tuition payments, Room and Board payments, and fees are due in full at the beginning of each semester. Anyone not able to pay for the semester in full will be required to enroll in the payment plan. Students on the payment plan will have their Tuition and Room and Board payments divided into six payments, due according to the payment schedule below. All fees will be due on registration day and are non-refundable.
If a student enrolls for classes after the payment schedule has started, his payment plan will be adjusted so that he will be on schedule to have his balance paid off by the last due date for the semester. (E.g., if a student enrolls in August for the fall semester, the first three payments from June 1st, July 1st, and August 1st will be due on Registration Day with the fees. He will then be on schedule with the remaining 3 payments due on September 1st, October 1st, and November 1st.)
|Payment Due||Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
|1st Payment Due||June 1st||December 1st|
|2nd Payment Due||July 1st||January 1st|
|Fees Due||Registration Day|
|3rd Payment Due||August 1st||February 1st|
|Fees Due||Registration Day|
|4th Payment Due||September 1st||March 1st|
|5th Payment Due||October 1st||April 1st|
|6th Payment Due||November 1st||May 1st|
All full-time students (12 hours minimum) can receive a $100.00 deduction from their tuition each semester by pre-paying their total tuition (not including room and board or fees) not later than June 1 (fall semester) or December 1 (spring semester).
Dorm students who are full-time (12 hours minimum) can receive a $100.00 deduction from their room and board each semester by pre-paying their total room and board (not including tuition or fees) not later than June 1 (fall semester) or December 1 (spring semester).
Note: all fees are expected to be paid in full at the time of registration.
Spouses of students carrying a minimum of 9 hours may:
* Note: classes requiring individualized participation, such as computer classes, music classes, speech, sign language, and homiletics, may not be audited.
A number of scholarships based on character and need are awarded to upperclassmen each year at Commencement.
The Barnabas Scholarship may be available to students who:
Please see the Business Office for details.