We're committed to making your degree affordable.

One in three current degree-seeking MTSO students has earned a full-tuition scholarship.

And that's just the beginning. Thanks to many full- and partial-tuition scholarships, the average master's student's non-loan financial aid covers $8,600 per year.

More than 90 percent receive some sort of financial assistance, from merit-based scholarships to work-study options to student loans. Our admissions and financial-aid counselors will help you identify the seminary scholarships for which you may qualify.

Learn about your financial aid options

Scholarships for new students

Scholarships for current students

Loans

Federal work-study employment

Werner Housing Grant

Financial aid eligibility

Tuition and fees

Apply for merit-based seminary scholarships

Apply for non-merit-based financial aid

FAFSA
(This link takes you to the federal government's FAFSA site. The FAFSA must be completed each year by those who wish to receive non-merit-based financial aid.)

MTSO Financial Aid Application
2016-17 academic year
2017-18 academic year

(This must be completed each year by those who wish to receive non-merit-based financial aid. You may fill out the form on your computer, but it must be printed and hand-signed.)

MTSO Student Employment Application
(This is for those who wish to be considered for on-campus student employment.)