Costs & Scholarships

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MARRIED COUPLES APARTMENTS (MEXICO)

COSTS:

Colegio Biblico is a private college that is supported economically by the Churches of Christ/Christian Churches. This makes it possible for the actual costs to be reduced so that the prices shown here are affordable for the students.

The costs for an average 17 week semester, with a class load of 15 hours per week:

FOR USA CAMPUS (In U.S. Dollars)
   
For a Single Student  
Tuition: $1,972.00
Room: $739.50
Meals: $739.50
Credit Hour: $60.00
   
For a Married Student  
Tuition $1,972
Apartment: $1,479
Food Check: $986.00 (Basic)
Credit Hour: $60.00
   
Additional Costs & Fees  
Registration Fee:

$55.00

Official transcript: $25.00
Transfer-Out Fee: $495.00
Lost key replacement: $5.00
Lost ID Card replacement: $5.00
Deposit for Room: $25.00
Deposit for Apartment: $15.00
   
FOR MEXICO CAMPUS (In Mexican pesos)
   
For a Single Student  
Tuition: $8,160.00
Room: $4,080.00
Meals: $4,080.00
Credit Hour: $250.00
   
For a Married Student  
Tuition: $8,160.00
Apartment: $8,160.00
Food Check: $8,160.00 (Basic)
Credit Hour: $250.00
   
Additional Costs & Fees  
Registration Fee: $500.00
Official Transcript: $25.00
Lost key replacement: $30.00
Deposit for Room: $200.00
Deposit for Apartment: $300.00

 

SCHOLARSHIPS:

Colegio Biblico offers scholarships that make ministerial education accessible to everyone who wants to prepare for Christian ministry.

Work-study Program
Funded by Christian churches and individuals. Provides ministerial education, room and board to students in exchange for approximately 20 hours of work per week.

The Everett H. McGee and Donzella N. McGee Scholarship
An all-expense award available to help worthy students prepare for the preaching ministry. Recipient is selected from second, third and fourth year students, on the basis of merit and exemplary Christian character.


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Colegio Biblico admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.