Invest in the Future: Pursue Seminary Education
Seminary is a big investment. It costs time and money. But… What if a Master’s degree was possible without going into debt? What if tuition was priced so that you could afford to pay as you go? What if your church or ministry agency invested in your education? Deploy’s tuition structure has been designed to make each of these possible.
Several key features make Deploy affordable:
An All You Can Learn Model™
Deploy is an All You Can Learn Model where you pay one price and complete as many competencies as your life capacity allows. In other words, you decide how to get your money’s worth. Students are billed via monthly subscription within each semester of enrollment. That means you never have to pay for the whole semester upfront. The cost is $750/month ($3,000/semester) no matter how much or how little you take. We call this an All You Can Learn Model™.
One-Third Partnership Model™
Affordability matters. The vision of Grace Seminary is to deploy competent laborers into the harvest without the debilitating burden of debt. Deploy makes that possible through the One-Third Partnership Model™. Our ideal model involves a partnership where everybody wins and everybody takes ownership. In the One Third Model each student pays 1/3 of their tuition, the church or support team covers 1/3, and Grace Seminary scholarships 1/3. We believe this is the path to making seminary affordable. This model depends on the capacity of the church or support team, and the availability of Grace scholarships.
We recognize that some students will need to supplement their tuition expenses by responsibly using student loans to help cover their 1/3. Grace Seminary is in the process of seeking eligibility to offer Department of Education loans to those who qualify. Loans from the Department of Education are currently not available for Deploy students.
The Future of Seminary™
Now is the time to invest in your ministry and your future by pursuing a seminary education. Deploy is the Future of Seminary… and in the Future of Seminary, affordability matters. Invest well.