Financial Information

Fees and Expenses

All tuition and student fees are due and payable on registration day unless students make use of the Monthly Payment Plan (see below). Until scheduled payment(s) are received students will not have access to their marks or transcript.

Textbook lists are available under Academics-Horizon Textbooks (or here) and must be ordered independently by the student. Students may order through Kennedy’s Parable online store (use the Horizon College link for a 10% discount) or any other venue such as amazon.ca or ChristianBooks.com.

Rent is due on the 1st of each month unless paying for the entire semester.

Tuition and Fees

Click here to see a full tuition and fees schedule for undergraduate students.

Methods of Payment

Methods of payment accepted: cash, cheque, Interac, automated account withdrawal, e-transfer, or credit card (MC, Visa, or Amex).

Monthly Payment Plan Option

Students who are uable to pay in full at the beginning of a semester may take advantage of our Monthly Payment Plan option with equalized payments due on the 1st of each month over the course of the semester. Interest charges of 2% will be applied monthly on the outstanding balance. Failure to meet stated payment deadlines may result in dismissal from the college and/or residence.

If applying for student loans, application must be made through your provincial government. Application for government student loans can be accessed through www.canlearn.ca. In order to have your loan processed for fall registration, application should be made as early as possible.

Penalties for Outstanding Accounts

Students with unpaid accounts at the College will:

  1. Be unable to finalize registration for the next semester.
  2. Not receive marks or transcripts.
  3. Not receive certificates, diplomas, degrees, or awards

Canada Student Loans and Bursaries

Horizon College & Seminary is a designated college under the Canada Student Loan Program. This qualifies students to apply for various sponsored loan programs as well as the national program. Students expecting to use loans should make arrangements in early summer. Complete information and applications for student loans are available at:

The National Student Loans Service Centre
www.canlearn.ca

To apply for a Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan:

Saskatchewan Advanced Education, Employment and Labour (SK resident’s only)

Website: http://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/education-and-learning/student-loans

Tel: 306-787-5620
Email: studentservices@gov.sk.ca

 

Manitoba Education and Learning:

Website: http://www.gov.mb.ca/educate/sfa/pages/sfaFrontDoor_en.html 

Winnipeg office phone: 204-945-6321

Brandon office phone: 204-726-6592

Tuition Refunds

A student who finds it necessary to withdraw after registration is entitled to a refund based on the following scale:

100% tuition refund prior to the start of class only

1. Module refunds:

By end of 1st day: 80%
By end of 2nd day: 50%
After 2nd day: 0

2. 6 week term refunds:

By end of 1st week: 80%
By end of 2nd week: 50%
After 2nd week: 0

3. Semester refunds:

By end of 2nd week: 80%
By end of 3rd week: 50%
After 3rd week: 0

4.  AE refunds:

By end of 2nd week: 80%
By end of 3rd week: 50%
After 3rd week: 0

Room Refunds

Thirty (30) days notice is required to be eligible for a refund.

Fees are non-refundable.

Scholarships & Awards

For a full list of available scholarships and awards please click HERE.

 

 

Professional Discounts

To credential holders actively involved in ministries approved by the PAOC District and/or the Overseas Missions Department in which they hold credentials, and their dependents‡

  • 10% off of regular tuition

To PAOC overseas missionaries dependents‡

  •  25% off of regular tuition

To spouses and dependents‡ of full-time students

  • 50% off of regular tuition

To senior citizens, 65 years and over

  • no tuition charge; all other fees are applicable
    (applies to on-site courses only)

‡Dependents are defined as unmarried offspring under age 26.