Bethany works hard to provide a strong, quality educational experience at an exceptional price.

Estimated Charges for 2017-2018

These represent the typical charges incurred by most students. However, charges may vary based upon the student’s choice of room , meal plan, etc.

Tuition
Fees
(Books, activity & enhancement, health)
$26,172

$1,350

Room (New Residence Hall) $6,300
19 Meal Plan $4,515
Total $38,337

ROOM OPTIONS

Double Room (typical charge)
$4,200
Double as a Single
$6,900
Single Room
$5,100
Swede Suites
$7,900
New Residence Hall Double/Quad
$6,300
New Residence Hall Single
$7,400

MEAL PLAN OPTIONS

19 Meal Plan
$4,515
10 Meal Plan
$4,147
7 Meal Plan (Suites, off-campus)
$3,517

Approximate Insurance Costs

Domestic (U.S. Citizen) students are encouraged to have health insurance coverage. The College only requires that students participating in intercollegiate athletics provide evidence of Accident Insurance. Domestic Students participating in intercollegiate athletics who do not have coverage are automatically enrolled in and charged for a $5,000 Accident policy. All international students are required to purchase health insurance coverage through the college.
Athletic Plan
$1000.00
International Student Plan
$1100.00

Fine Arts Costs

Music Lessons/credit hour
$250.00
Accompanist Fee/semester Students enrolled in MU181 or MU381
$215.00
Art Materials Students taking art classes will need to be prepared to pay for supplies such as clay, metal, and photography supplies in addition to tuition. Cost Varies

 Part-Time Students

1-7 hours
per credit hour $545.00
per semester Activity Fee $50.00
per semester Enhancement Fee $25.00
8-11 hours
per credit hour $1025.00
per semester Activity Fee $100.00
per semester Enhancement Fee $50.00
ACCK (for 1-7 hours)
per credit hour $400.00
 Applied Arts Fees
tuition per credit hour+fees  $545.00$75.00/class ($300.00 maximum & $75.00 Liberal Arts)

 

Each student is required to be prepared to pay for their cost to attend Bethany College less any financial aid before the first day of class for each semester.