The tuition for Seattle Pacific's
online master's program in curriculum and instruction can be found here. It does not include nominal fees such as the cost of textbooks. Financial aid, in the form of
low interest federal loans, is available to those who qualify; and
options exist for those using a monthly payment plan.
Due to the
unique format of this program, when evaluating other master's programs,
it is important to keep in mind the time and costs associated with
earning your graduate degree.
You may choose
to meet your degree-program financial obligations in one of two
ways: 1) Pay in full on or before the first day of class, or 2)
Utilize a three-month payment option. If you're considering applying
for financial aid, you need to complete a Free Application for Federal
Student Aid, or FAFSA. This free form can be obtained by calling
SPU, or by applying via the Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Financial aid is only awarded once you're accepted and enrolled
in the degree program. It is important to apply for financial aid
at least 30 days before you begin your program to ensure availability
of funds. You may also apply for independent scholarships through
Fastweb at www.studentservices.com/fastweb.
Eligible international students must submit a financial affidavit
with their application. This affidavit is a financial statement
from the bank of the person who will be providing the funding for
your school expenses. This document is an official letter or form,
signed/dated by a bank official, indicating the account name, number,
and the credit balance of an individual.