The total tuition + fees for a student to earn the 64-credit associate degree in 2 years is $8,340.
Full and part-time students may qualify for additional scholarships and aid.
Semester Fee – $60.00 / semester
Graduation Fee – $100.00
Late registration fee – $30.00
Delinquent payments – 1.5% per month
Returned check – $25.00
Tuition and Associated Expenses:
Tuition – $125.00 / credit hour
Audit – $75 / credit hour
Books/supplies – $700 - $1000 ($45.00 / average per course)
Room & Board - N/A (BBC does not provide residential housing or meal plan)
All fees for students are due at the time of registration. Tuition and fees listed may be changed by the college without prior notice in accordance with established practices and procedures. Each course involves at least one required textbook. While BBC prefers that students purchase these textbooks as part of building a personal theological resource library, the school library also holds a copy of each textbook in its collection for students use without charge (library policies for late fees apply).
Payment in Full
With the payment in full plan, all tuition and course fees are due in full in anticipation of the approaching semester.
With the monthly payment plan, the semester cost of tuition will be divided into four monthly payments.
Tuition costs are refundable according to a graduated scale (below). Course and lab fees are fully refundable (100%) only if the student drops the course during the first two weeks of class following registration.
Percentage of Tuition Refunded
During first week 100%
During second week 100%
During third week 60%
During fourth week 40%
During fifth week and later 0%
Brookes Bible College is committed to seeing students graduate from our school without the burden of student loan debts. For that reason, we do not accept government loans or funding. We advise students against applying for and accepting any bank loans to pay for school and tuition expenses. Instead, we encourage students to work diligently in employment opportunities that support their goals as a student, to make known their goals and need to their church communities and family, and to apply for financial aid as needed from the school--but above all, to trust the Lord for provision of means to afford a Brookes education.
In the pattern of James H. Brookes, we challenge every student to value education and to not seek aid when God has provided means to afford tuition personally. It is said of Dr. Brookes that when offered an education free of expense, he declined the offer: "The young man could not bring himself to accept such aid when he had a fighting and working chance to pay his own way through college" (Williams, James H. Brookes: A Memoir, 1897). Still we encourage students to apply for aid as they have need.
Financial aid in the form of scholarships is an opportunity for students to be helped by the generous donors to the college. The Scholarship Committee meets on a regular basis to review and award scholarship monies where needed. There is greater opportunity to receive a scholarship the earlier you apply. You can see our list of scholarships below.
Students possessing the following characteristics are prioritized for scholarship assistance, but all students having a financial need are encouraged to apply.
All scholarship applications must be submitted with registration forms before the posted deadline for the upcoming term. The scholarship application form may be accessed HERE (or downloaded HERE).