Tuition Breakdown

College Degree Track
Students enrolled in SEU’s degree programs are eligible to apply for Federal Student Aid. More Information

Students enrolled at Southeastern University will only pay housing fees to SCSL.  All other expenses are covered through tuition costs paid directly to SEU.  
$500 deposit
$3,500 housing
$4,000 Total SCSL Expenses

Non-Degree Tuition
$3,950 tuition
$500  deposit
$3,500 housing
$7,950 Total SCSL Tuition**

Payment Process

a. $25.00 Application Fee due upon receipt of application (not included in tuition)
    Note: Application will not be processed until fee is received.

b. $500.00 Non-Refundable Deposit to reserve spot; due upon acceptance.

c. $500.00 Enrollment Fee due upon arrival on Registration Day.

    DSOM/Berean Bible College  The District School of Minisry (DSOM) courses allow the Non-Degree students to pursue their Assembly of God Credentials (Levels I or II).   Depending upon the path a student selects, the classes can range in price from $99-131 per course, not including curriculum. SCSL's Academic Director will assist students with this process during Orientation Week.  NOTE:  The DSOM/Berean are not included in SCSL's tuition or payment breakdowns listed below

$300.00 Mission Deposit toward student's mission account (not included in tuition); due upon arrival.

d. Remaining Tuition—pick one of the following payment plans:

 

Additional Expenses

Every student is required to go on at least one mission trip during the school year. This is not an inclusive cost with tuition, and every student will have to raise his/her funds for the trip. To help assist in meeting the payment schedule for missions trips, each student is required to pay a $300.00 deposit for their trip upon arrival at SCSL. Opportunities to raise funds are provided by SCSL’s fundraising efforts, however students may need to seek additional funds.

Food and living expenses are not included in the cost of tuition; each student is responsible for their own means of living. SCSL offers several scheduled times throughout the week for every student to work a part-time job to assist in living expenses.

SCSL students are strongly encouraged to have a car during the program. Students with vehicles are not obligated to provide transportation for students without vehicles. However, if transportation is provided, students receiving transportation are to be respectful by contributing adequate funds toward gas expenses.