2019 IDLSeminary

1. Financial Assistance ** <한아름장학금> <신청요령> 참조

At the present time, Galilee School of Theology does not offer federal financial aid to students. However, Galilee School of Theology offers a limited number of scholarships on the basis of high scholastic achievement, and the financial needs of the students.  Applications for scholarship assistance should be made to the Director of Admissions.  Please refer to the scholarship policy on page 15.

2. Payment Methods

Students must pay the required registration fee and tuition on or before the beginning of each quarter. Students are responsible for acquiring the textbooks. Some courses require more than one textbook.

Galilee School of Theology accepts the following forms of payment:        

             Personal Checks              Money Orders               Traveler’s Checks                Cashier’s Checks

3. Tuition and Fees

The Enrollment Agreement obligates the student and the school for the entire program of instruction.  The student’s financial obligations will be calculated in accordance with the school’s refund policy in the contract and this school catalog.  Registration, tuition and book/supply costs for each program are listed below.  The Galilee School of Theology Catalog is available at no charge and will be provided to each enrollee prior to enrollment. The school will work with each student to determine the best financial arrangement to meet their obligation for tuition.  The school provides a voluntary prepayment plan to students and their families to help reduce the costs upon entry into training.  Details are available through the financial representative.

Please refer to the current Catalog.


2019 IDLSeminary
2019 IDLSeminary

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