Investing in a graduate education at Fuller Theological Seminary requires a significant commitment of time and financial resources. Meeting the expense of your program will require a combination of resources such as personal savings, scholarships, loans, and employment. Financial planning is an important step in determining your ability to make the investment necessary to attend Fuller and obtain your degree. The Student Financial Services team, which includes the Offices of Financial Aid and Student Accounts, is available to assist you in the planning and funding of your seminary education.
Fuller Theological Seminary is committed to equipping men and women for ministry and provides over 4 million dollars in need-based and merit-based student scholarships and fellowships each year. We also participate in Federal Work-Study and the low-interest Federal Loan programs. Your choice of degree program and your enrollment plans will influence your eligibility for financial aid.
Use the links below to learn more about the types of assistance available to Fuller students.
The Student Accounts Office is responsible for the billing and collection of student tuition charges and fees. All student account payments, VA/other military benefits, approved seminary partnerships, and third-party payments are processed by the Student Accounts team.
Use the links below to learn about Fuller's student account policies, including the processing of VA and other military assistance benefits, international money transfers, and third-party payments.