Financial Aids

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1. Financial Assistance

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.

2. Student Budget

In addition to the direct costs of your education, it is important that you develop a budget to identify other financial obligations that you may incur when attending school. These expenses may include transportation, childcare, personal expenses, etc. The school’s student service representative will assist you with this budget.

3. Payment Methods

Students must pay the required registration fee and tuition on or before the beginning of each quarter. The Master degree programs cost $200.00 per quarter unit. Doctoral programs cost are $250.00 per quarter credit. Tuition does not cover the cost of registration, books, and other related expenses. Students are responsible for acquiring the textbooks. Some courses require more than one textbook.

Galilee School of Theology accepts the following forms of payment:

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

4. Books

An itemized list of the textbooks used for each program is attached to, or listed in the course syllabus that each student receives in their particular course of study.

5. Course Challenge Fee

A $100.00 fee per course will be charged for any course challenged by students. If the challenge test is not passed, then the student will be required to take the course for credit, and the fee paid for the challenge test will be applied toward the tuition of the class.

6. Returned Check

A $20.00 fee will be charged if a check is returned for insufficient funds. This fee is added to the amount of the returned check, and the total payment must be made by cashier’s check or money order.

7. Refund and Cancellation of Agreement

The Student has the right to cancel this enrollment agreement and obtain a refund of charges paid through attendance on the first day of class, or the seventh (7th) day after enrollment, whichever is later, and obtain a full refund, minus the registration fee, by submitting a written notice to this School no later than the second day of instruction.
Cancellation occurs when the student gives written notice of cancellation to the Director, at the address of the School, shown on this agreement. The Student can also mail, hand deliver, fax or telegram the cancellation. The written notice of cancellation, if sent by mail, is effective when deposited in the mail, properly addressed with prepaid postage. Cancellation notices are to be addressed to: Galilee School of Theology, 1000 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015


The Student has the right to withdraw from School at any time. If the Student withdraws from the course of instruction after the cancellation period, the School will remit a pro-rata refund for the unused portion of the tuition and other refundable charges if the student has completed up to 70% of training or less of the instruction within 30 days. The amount of the refund is determined by deducting the registration fee from the total tuition charge, then dividing the remainder by the number of hours in the course to calculate the hourly charge. The refund is the amount in excess of what the student owes for total hours of instruction completed, excluding the non-refundable $125 registration fee.

9. Determination of the Withdrawal Date

The student’s withdrawal is the last date of academic attendance as determined by the institution from its attendance records. The withdrawal date for a student who does not return from an approved leave of absence is set retroactively to the last date of attendance, as determined by the institution’s attendance records.