WELCOME TO OUR ADMISSIONS OVERVIEW
We are glad you are considering the Chaplaincy Institute (CHI) for your interfaith education. Through our rolling admissions policy students may enter at any time throughout the year. Each seminary program, continuing education courses and intensives have their own specific Admissions Policies, Application Form, and Fees.
We invite you to explore our site; our SEMINARY PROGRAM OVERVIEW may be especially helpful. Then SCHEDULE A CHAT. We are happy to assist you in discerning your educational path and making it happen in a way that is uniquely relevant, flexible, and affordable for you.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS, ADMISSIONS POLICIES & COSTS
Each program has its own specific Admissions Policies, Tuition, Fees, Course Descriptions and much more. Find out more through the following links:
OPTIONS FOR PAYING TUITION & FEES
The Chaplaincy Institute offers a variety of payment plans to help you pay your tuition and fees for our seminary programs.
There are four standard payment options for your tuition and fees. We also are happy to discuss your particular needs.
We are happy to answer your questions about costs and help find ways to assist you in a payment plan that works best for you. Please SCHEDULE A CHAT.
JOINT PROGRAM STUDENTS: CHI & STARR KING SCHOOL FOR THE MINISTRY
For those students attending the programs through the Joint Program with Starr King School for the Ministry, tuition will be paid by Starr King. Please be aware that there are fees that are the responsibility of the individual student. These can be paid on one of the payment options listed above.
OPEN-COURSES & ELECTIVES
For those students attending Open Courses and Electives, there is no payment plan. Payment is required at time of enrollment. Convenient, safe, secure online payment is available.
Our programs do not qualify for government financial aid, student loans, or student visas unless taking the Joint Program with Starr King School for the Ministry where these could be available through Starr King.
We consider someone for tuition assistance after they have been accepted into a program. We have a limited amount of tuition assistance for students in the form of scholarships. Tuition assistance is based on need.
Work Study programs are also available for those who have skills that are a match with our needs. Either (not both) of these programs are available to new students not yet enrolled only. Work study and scholarships at ChI are not offered to students in the Joint Program with Starr King School for the Ministry.