Frequently Asked Questions

Does Apostolic University offer scholarships?

We do offer a limited number of scholarships per year to qualified individuals who seek to study with our school. Apostolic University's pricing is designed to be affordable so anyone can take our programs. We offer payment plans for those who are unable to pay in a lump sum. We also encourage our students to find sponsors for various costs related to study.

How much is apostolic university tuition?

Our undergraduate (4-year) program: $7,500 ($8,000 for foreign students)

Our masters and doctorate programs: $5,500 each ($6,000 for foreign students)

Seminary: $5,500 ($6,000 for foreign students) '

Are payment plans available?

Yes. We are willing to work with our students to work payment plans so students can study and meet tuition with their circumstances, all at the same time.

Can I pay for my classes by check?

Yes, as long as you are in the United States. We cannot accept personal checks from foreign students. Please make all checks payable to Apostolic Fellowship International Ministries. Returned checks incur a $100 penalty fee.

How do i receive my lessons?

If you are a distance student, lessons are sent via mail and some work is available by e-portal. If you are taking in-person classes, lessons and materials will be distributed during class time.

How do I submit my completed coursework?

Lessons can be returned via snail mail, email, at in-person classes, or by uploading your assignments to our online portal.

What is an apostolic university student required to have to complete the program?

Students are required to have access to a working computer (with working internet and email) and be proficient in use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher. If a student is unable to master use of these programs, they are required to take our basic computer course at an additional course expense.

How do i contact my instructor if i have any questions?

When a student is admitted to Apostolic University, they receive complete information about who will serve as their instructor per course. If you have any questions or need assistance, your instructor will provide you contact information so you are able to contact them when the need arises.

Does Apostolic University offer any sort of life credits or credit for experience in an area?

Being that Apostolic University is about scholarship - not just distributing ministry degrees or offering ministry training, we do not offer life credits or credits applied. If someone has worked in an area of scholarship for a number of years without a degree, we are willing to consider the scholarship applied toward academics, but we do not offer life or experience credit that does not pertain to scholarship or education.

Why are some programs exclusively open to women?

Studies of particular interest to women, the study of women's history, women's ministry, and women's apologetics are from a female perspective, for women, by women. As a result, these programs are not open to men because they serve for the advancement of women in the church.

Does Apostolic University accept foreign students?

Yes, as long as the students meet admissions requirements and are able to pay their tuition.

Do you allow foreign Bible schools to become a part of Apostolic University?

We do not allow any Bible school to randomly become a part of Apostolic University, whether in the United States, or in foreign countries. For a school to become a part of Apostolic University, we require training with our school prior and a thorough knowledge of the program. We likewise do not just accept requests to become a part of our school because someone asks. Foreign schools can apply for accreditation, but must undergo the same program and pay the required fee.

Can I study with Apostolic University for free?

If you believe you are eligible for a scholarship, then please apply. All students pay something toward their education, scholarship or not, regardless of where they live in the world. As I am sure you can understand, university programs cost money to print books, mail materials back and forth, and time and instruction. Would you expect to receive education for free in your own native country of origin? If the answer is no, there should be no question about finding a way to cover your tuition with our program. Finding a sponsor, saving resources, or petitioning a church or denomination for funding are all ways you can find to cover the expense of the program costs. Please note: due to high mailing costs, foreign programs cost an additional fee, which is noted on each application form. Be sure to take note of the difference in expense when calculating costs to generate funding support from a sponsor, family member, or church organization.

Will you cover a visa/handle embassy issues for foreign students who desire to come to the US?

Apostolic University, functioning as a distance education resource, does not require its students to be in the United States. Since you are able to study from where you are, we do not process visa or embassy requests. If you are interested to study in the United States with us in person, it is at your own processing, time, expense, and housing. Apostolic University assumes no responsibility for foreign students who desire to come to the United States.