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How to get School of Urban Missions financial aid?

SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary

El Dorado Hills, CA

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

 

$28,082

Cost of Attendance

$16,849

Potential Cost

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

$28,082

Cost of Attendance

$16,849

Potential Cost

How FRANK can help you

afford SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary

How FRANK can help you afford SUM Bible College and 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 SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary

Everything you need to know about SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary

  • 4 Years

    Years

  • Private

    Private

  • Rural

    Rural

  • Small

    Small

4 Years
Years
Private
Private
Rural
Rural
Small
Small

Fan of the climate, vibes, and values of the Far West region? That’s where you’ll be if you go to School of Urban Missions, located in El Dorado Hills, CA. You’ll be surrounded by 556 other undergraduate students, creating unforgettable memories both in and beyond the classroom. 62% of entering students are first-time, full-time students. This means this school may be a good fit for students of a variety of educational backrounds (both traditional and non-traditional).

Funding your future

Costs & financial aid at SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary

The full cost of attendance at SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary is $28,082. To help pay for it:

Apply for Financial Aid

Student aid is out there. This is how many students at this school filed their FAFSAs to find it.

Got a Pell Grant

Pell Grants are intended for low-income students. This is a good indication of how many students here have financial needs.

Get a Federal Loan

Although these loans usually have low interest rates, remember that this is money you do have to pay back.

Did that big “Cost of Attendance” number up top catch you off guard? That’s because it includes things like room and board and textbooks. All of which you can pay for with financial aid.

What you need to know

When you apply to SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary

Quick Fact #1 quick fact #1 You can apply year round to this school… it’s always in session!
Quick Fact #2 quick fact #2 This school has open admission! That means that you can apply without an SAT or ACT score. All you need is your high school diploma or GED to apply.
Fun Fact #1 fun fact #1 This four-year school doesn’t seem to report their test score preferences, but we do know a lot of transfer students go here! And most go full-time.
Fun Fact #2 fun fact #2 If you’re interested, this school says that 89% of its students are full-time undergrads and 11% are part-time undergrads.
Fun Fact #3 fun fact #3 Maturity isn’t necessarily tied to age, but it might help. The average age here is 28 — do with that information what you will.

Graduation Outcomes

Your future by the numbers

$56,010

Average Salary After Attending

 

$27,111

Average Federal Student Loan Debt

 

$288

Typical Monthly Loan Payment

 

Need money for SUM Bible College and Theological Seminary?

The first step in funding your future is filing your FAFSA®. Have you done it? If not, we don’t blame ya — it can be tough. But we’re here to help!

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