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Tuition and Fees
Bethany Lutheran College is committed to making quality higher education affordable. Bethany is a non-profit institution, and generous gifts from our alumni and friends mean that less of the cost of education is borne by students and their families.
The vast majority (about 98%) of the students at Bethany receive some level of financial aid. The types and amounts of financial aid for which you may be eligible depend on your financial situation, academic standing, and extracurricular interests.
Total Direct Annual Cost, 2016-2017
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Detailed Expenses and Fees, per semester, 2016-2017
Full-time Tuition (12 - 18 credits)$12,720
Part-time Tuition (less than 12 credits)$1,080 per credit hour
Tuition Deposit $150
Due 30 days after a student is offered admision to the college and is applied to the student's first semester tuition payment.
Special Tuition Rates
Full Time Overload$360 per credit hour
Students registered for more than 18 credits in a semester.
One Class$360 per credit hour
Students taking a single class in a semester.
Students with Undergraduate Degree $540 per credit hour
Students taking supplemental classes part-time to enhance a current degree.
A person 55 and over may audit a class at BLC, if room is available, and will be recorded as a BLC student. Cost includes parking and registration fee, but does not include class fees, books or other required supplies.
High School Dual Credit CoursesVaries
Tuition for high school students taking Dual Credit courses online
Residential Student Fees
Laundry Fee $30
This is assessed to all students living on campus and allows unlimited use of the laundry facilities.
Assessed to residential students their first semester to cover the cost of damages to college property, unreturned library books, etc. The remaining balance of deposit is refunded to the student. The deposit does not earn interest.
Music Lesson Fee $350
Individual 30-minute weekly lessons for instrumental, organ, piano and voice may be available upon consultation with the music department. More information.
Processing Fee $130
This is a one-time fee the student's first semester and covers Registrar expenses including all transcripts and fees.
Parking Permit Fee (annual fee)
Each student who plans to park a vehicle on campus must purchase an annual parking permit. This fee cannot be charged to the student's account and must be paid at the Business Office.
On-campus student $130
Off-campus student $65
Other costs and fees
Books, instructional materials and additional course fees (if applicable) are additional.