* Joint Program with Starr King School for the Ministry students
|Course Fees||CHI Course Fees are paid by Starr King School for the Ministry (“SKSM”), and are governed by Starr King School policies. If students wish to start their CHI studies prior to SKSM’s approval, this is possible by paying out-of-pocket at a discounted rate. Please inquire with CHI bookkeeper for more information about fees and schedule. Any fees not covered by Starr King are the responsibility of the student including:|
|Community Fee||$1,450 (Vocational assessment paid separately)|
|Other costs (paid by student)||books and spiritual direction, as above|
Prepay your Course Fees by the 1st of the month of your first module, and earn a 5 percent discount.*
*Course fees only. Discount not available for Seminary or Community fees.
Initial payment due on the first of the month of the first module: $2,000
Remaining balance to be paid in equal monthly payments (due the 1st of every month) beginning the month following the first module attended and the remainder depending on the pace of your studies.
See Other Fees and Policies including additional Payment and Attendance Policies, Policies and Fees for Leave of Absences or program withdrawals, a description of other fees associated with Cancellations, Late Payments, and Refunds, as well as additional costs for making up a class, if needed.
All fees above assume payment made by check, cash or automatic bank transfers. See Other Fees for additional credit card processing charges.
This program does 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.
A limited number of scholarships, including the Virginia Mae Dodd diversity scholarship of up to 50% of course fees, are available for those who qualify. Work Study programs are also available for those who have skills that are a match with our needs. Work study and scholarships at CHI are not offered to Joint Program students.