How to get MBTS financial aid? - Frank Search College

Main header

How to get MBTS financial aid?

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Kansas City, MO

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

 

$15,998

Cost of Attendance

$9,599

Potential Cost

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

$15,998

Cost of Attendance

$9,599

Potential Cost

How FRANK can help you

afford Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

How FRANK can help you afford Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Easy FAFSA® Filing

Our free and easy platform guides you through FAFSAs® hundreds of fields, helping you complete it in as little as 4 minutes!

Aid Negotiation

You may qualify for a discounted tuition. If you have an aid award that is not meeting your needs, you may be qualified and we can help!

Everything you need to know

about Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Everything you need to know about Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

  • 4 Years

    Years

  • Private

    Private

  • City

    City

  • Small

    Small

4 Years
Years
Private
Private
City
City
Small
Small

When it comes to choosing where you’ll pursue your higher education, location matters. That’s why it’s important to note that MBTS is located in the Plains region of the United States, with all the amenities and/or charm it brings. About 448 undergraduate students attend this institution, which is nestled in the city of Kansas City, MO. 14% of entering students are first-time, full-time students. This means this school may be a good fit for non-traditional students looking to transfer in or take part time classes.

Funding your future

Costs & financial aid at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

The full cost of attendance at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is $15,998. To help pay for it:

Apply for Financial Aid

Filing your FAFSA®? You’re not alone. That percent above is how many other students here submitted ’em, too.

Got a Pell Grant

Want free money? This is the percentage of students here that got some with Pell Grants.

Get a Federal Loan

You can usually get a sense of how expensive a school is based on how many students take out loans.

That big money number above can give you a sense of how expensive it is to go to school here because it includes much more than tuition (books, living expenses, supplies, etc.). Are you ready for it?

What you need to know

When you apply to Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Quick Fact #1quick fact #1Interested in how competitive it is here? The admission rate is 99%.
Quick Fact #2quick fact #2Applications are not open year round. Check this school’s website for specific admissions deadlines.
Quick Fact #3quick fact #3This school requires test scores, like the SAT and ACT, for freshman admission. Be sure to have proof of ’em!
Fun Fact #1fun fact #1This is a four-year school but most of the undergrad students here are part-time.
Fun Fact #2fun fact #2If you’re planning to go here part-time, 53% of other undergrad students attending this school are doing the same thing. Compare that to 47% of undergrad students going full-time.
Fun Fact #3fun fact #3Is the average age of the student here a factor in your consideration of this school? We gotchu — it’s 27.

Graduation Outcomes

Your future by the numbers

$44,482

Average Salary After Attending

 

$14,251

Average Federal Student Loan Debt

 

$152

Typical Monthly Loan Payment

 

Need money for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary?

Can that salary support that amount of debt? Maybe… but why not graduate with more money in your pocket. Get the aid you deserve by filing your FAFSA® today!

Explore more schools

Browse other schools you might like

We are not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Education. Federal Student Aid (FSA), an office of the U.S. Department of Education, makes the Free

Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form and assistance available to the public for free at fafsa.gov.

Data collected by College Scorecard according to their Terms and Conditions

[gravityform id="4" description="false"]
[gravityform id="4" description="false"]