Tuition & Fees
For Seminary Students
Students at Horizon Seminary may study full-time or part-time through a variety of course delivery methods: one week modular courses, online courses (live streaming), and distance education courses. In addition, Horizon will introduce a tuition reduction for seminary classes (beginning Fall 2020) to make seminary education more affordable.
The tuition rates (in Canadian funds) are effective as of March 2nd, 2020 and apply to semester-based courses, 6-week term courses, and one-week module courses. All fees are subject to change.
All tuition and fees are due and payable upon registration or prior to the start of each course. Methods of payment include e-transfer, credit card, cheque, cash or debit.
Beginning in the fall of 2020, we partnered with TuitionSplit for students needing to establish a payment plan for their tuition and fee payments. Please follow this link tuitionsplit.com to apply for and establish your payment plan.
Penalties for Outstanding Accounts
Students with unpaid accounts at the Seminary are:
- Unable to receive marks or transcripts.
- Ineligible to receive bursaries, scholarships and awards.
- Unable to finalize registration for another semester.
- Unable to receive certificates, diplomas or degrees.
- Subject to the Canadian Credit Corporation for collection of accounts over 90 days outstanding or in arrears.
- At risk of dismissal from the seminary.
Fees are non-refundable. A full tuition refund is available prior to the start of class only.
By end of 1st day: 80%
By end of 2nd day: 50%
After 2nd day: 0
6-week term refunds:
By end of 1st week: 80%
By end of 2nd week: 50%
After 2nd week: 0
By end of 2nd week: 80%
By end of 3rd week: 50%
After 3rd week: 0
Canada Student Loans and Bursaries
Horizon College & Seminary is a designated college with the Canada Student Loan program under the code CPAO. This allows students to apply for national and provincial student loan programs to attend Horizon. Graduate students are eligible for full-time student loans with a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester, and part-time student loans with a minimum of 3 credit hours per semester.
Application for student loans are through your provincial government (see below for SK & MB). Information and links to all provincial applications can be found at www.canlearn.ca. Applications for the fall are generally available in early June and may take 6-8 weeks to process so students should apply as early as possible.