The Apostles Theological Seminary Moves Away From a "No Charge" Financial Policy To a "Tuition-Based" Policy!

After much prayer and thoughtful deliberation the Apostles Advisory Council, Senior Leadership Team, and Core Faculty of ATS has announced that it will no longer offer it's unique degree programs or outstanding courses in Apostolic and Prophetic Studies without charge.

At the direction of the Holy Spirit and in counsel with the General Apostolic Council of Apostolic Ministries and Churches International the decision has been made to charge an appropriate tuition for the quality courses and degrees being offered. It was the strong conviction of those involved in making this decision that the general perception that has been created by offering ATS's courses and degree programs without charge is that they are not of value. Therefore, deeply conscious of the uniqueness of ATS's apostolic mandate and the spiritual importance of it's curriculum and degree programs for an apostolic reformation of the Lord's Church the decision was reached to assign the value due for the courses.

This strategic decision to charge tuition for ATS courses and degrees will enable the faculty to live out of their teaching ministry; it will also enable ATS to attract the caliber of seasoned and proven department heads and faculty that are needed to complete the development and oversee the outstanding courses outlined in the ATS Course catalog. 

In spite of the new tuition-based policy, ATS is still affordable. 

Tuition for our four outstanding degree programs is well below the national average of tuition for theological or ministerial training. Tuition for courses taken for credit towards the Associates Degree is $100.00 per credit hour; the Bachelor's Degree is $200.00 per hour; the Master's Degree is $300.00 per hour, and the Doctorate is $400.00 per hour.

Special scholarships and no-interest financing are available for students who qualify.

(The cost for auditing these courses is $150.00 per course.)

For current students who previously enrolled under the "No Charge Policy," and who have been actively pursuing their studies in pursuit of a degree, ATS will continue to honor the "No Charge Policy."

But for all new students the new financial policy will begin immediately...

As a special incentive to encourage enrollment, all students who enroll in a degree, whether Bachelor's, Master's, or Doctoral, before January 10, 2011 will be granted a 30% discount on all courses throughout their entire program.

As a further incentive, all students paying full tuition for a degree program at the beginning will be given a 50% discount on the course costs for their degree.

Students may split the tuition payments for a course or degree program into thirds (a third at the start,  a third 30 days later, and the final third 60 days later). There will be a $25.00 administrative charge added to the cost of the degree program.

ATS will carry the costs for a degree program without interest as long as the student makes a minimum monthly payment of $100.00 until the degree has been paid in full. The first installment will be $200.00 paid at enrollment to cover the extra administrative costs of as well as to cover the first installment.

If you are interested in enrolling in one of our outstanding degree programs or in one of our provocative and challenging courses, you may apply online at or contact the Dean, Dr. Marie Howard, at and 904-771-5375 for details about application, enrollment, tuition, scholarships and no-interest financing. Dr. Howard is the newly elected Vice President of Administration for ATS and serves as the Dean of the Apostles Theological Seminary Jax.

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