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Tuition & Fees 2014 - 2015

All fees apply per semester unless otherwise noted, and are subject to change without notice.

Tuition (per semester):

Per credit rate $305.00
Audit (per credit) $152.50
NOTE: Students 65 years of age or older will receive a 50% discount on tuition.
* For purposes of calculating the full-time rate, January Intersession will be added to fall semester, and spring session will be added to winter semester.

Incidental Fees

Application Fee (applicable to new program students only)
Canadian and US students $40.00
International students $80.00
Late Application Fee (all students): $50.00

Parking
There is no charge for students who wish to park on campus.

Registration Fees
Registration Fee $50.00
Assessed on registration forms submitted after October 24, 2014 for January Intersession 2015 and the Winter Semester 2015, and after March 20, 2015 for Spring Session 2015 and the Fall Semester 2015.
(Waived for new program students and all unclassified students.)

Residence Fees
Housing is subject to availability and eligibility. Please contact the Enrolment Services department for details.

Muller Hall
Housing Deposit (one time): one-month's rent ($500.00 max)

Private suite, common kitchen - SINGLE (per month) $275.00
Private suite, common kitchen - DOUBLE (per month) $385.00

Private suite with kitchen - SINGLE (per month) $385.00
Private suite with kitchen - DOUBLE (per month) $510.00

Family Suite with kitchen (per month) $715.00

Student Association Fee (mandatory, payable in each semester)
All Students:  $4.00 per credit

Transcripts (request a transcript here)
First request $10.00

Duplicate copies (per copy) $5.00
(Canadian & US Residents)

Other fees are listed in the catalogue.
Please note that fees are subject to change without notice.

New Students Start Here

New Student Overview

Research and Writing Seminar (video tutorial)

Important Student Information

2014 Orientation Handouts 

2013 Orientation Handouts (PDF) (documents from a previous year for reference only)

Introduction and Tutorial for Online Courses (includes video tutorial and Moodle FAQ)

Moodle Sandbox (New to our online learning software? Click here to experiment with a demo version of this widely-used asynchronous platform. Remember that once you are admitted to Taylor as a student you will be given your own unique log-in and password to the official Taylor Moodle site.)

Admission requirements 

Application process 

Financial aid 

Transferring to Taylor

Registrar's Home Page

Information request form

 

Read more about Taylor Seminary here:

The Bridge (online archive of Taylor's institutional magazine)

Recent Ads and Media Coverage

Taylor Seminary Viewbook (PDF will open in a new window)

 

Accreditation, Affiliations and Partnerships

Taylor Seminary is an accredited member of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. Accordingly, ATS mandates that the following statement be posted to attest to this accreditation:

Taylor College and Seminary is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, and the following degree programs are approved:

MDiv, MA in Intercultural Studies, MTS

The Commission contact information is:

The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada
10 Summit Park Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15275
USA

Telephone: 412-788-6505
Fax: 412-788-6510
Website: www.ats.edu


Taylor Seminary is currently in the midst of the process of seeking reaffirmation of accreditation from ATS, which is necessary every ten years. Three subcommittees are busy working on various aspects of a self-study, evaluating all aspects of Taylor.

Community input is welcome and necessary. We encourage you to share your perspective on Taylor Seminary's effectiveness, on the changing demands of ministry, and the changing needs of ministry preparation. Send your comments to Academic Dean Dr. Eric Ohlmann: eric.ohlmann@taylor-edu.ca.

 


 

Taylor also holds institutional membership in the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion, the Association for Theological Field Education, and the Western Association of Registrars of Universities and Colleges of Canada, and Network of Evangelical Seminaries in Western Canada.

Taylor continues to develop significant partnerships within the evangelical and higher education communities. These partnerships include North American Baptist churches, NAB Leadership Centers, Sioux Falls Seminary, Vanguard College, Urban Sanctuary, Carey Theological College, Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary, Education Consortium for Contextual Learning (ecCL), Network of Evangelical Seminaries (NETS) in Western Canada, Young Life, and the Baptist Union of Western Canada (BUWC).

The seminary is an institutional member of In TRUST. In Trust seeks "to educate and inform those responsible for the governance of the graduate theological schools of North America." We are members of a number of educational groups, including Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC). Additionally, Taylor has been a member of the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce since 2000.

Current Students

Congratulations on choosing Taylor Seminary, where faith and learning come together to build the leaders of tomorrow. At Taylor Seminary, you will prepare for life and your career, further studies or ministry as you grow within a community like no other.

The mission of Taylor Seminary is to develop Christ-minded leaders who make a difference in the world. We do this by providing graduate-level theological education for men and women who are committed to obey the Lord in career, church and community. Our primary focus is on training for pastoral and other vocational Christian ministries. We also prepare those who are called to serve as intentional disciples of Christ in the marketplace and society. We perform this ministry within a context which is both Baptist and evangelical.

To accomplish this, the seminary seeks:

  • to give students a foundation in Scripture and the Christian heritage
  • to help develop within students the skills required to minister the grace of God wherever He may lead them
  • to cultivate a faith in God that will sustain students in joy and sorrow, as well as attract others to a similar reliance and obedience
  • to set students confidently on a path in which their knowledge, skills and faith will develop throughout a lifetime of effective and generous service to God and His Kingdom

The Registrar’s Page contains information on courses, timetables and examinations. Find out more about the Schalm Memorial library and explore the Calendar of Events at Taylor.

We are proud that you have chosen Taylor Seminary, and we are confident that you will go on to great success in whatever you choose to do. We hope that you will stay in touch with our Alumni Association after graduation. We know that you have found the best place to learn as you train for a life of serving God.

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