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Methods of Payment

Payments may be made by one of the following methods:

  1. Pay online through the student portal on the school website by debit/credit card. (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) using PayPal.

  2. Pay by credit or debit card online using the link to WAVE provided in the online invoice.

  3. Pay by mailing or delivering check* or money order* payable to: 







Handling of Accounts 

  • Students will be automatically invoiced at registration for semester tuition and fees.

  • Full payment of tuition and fees is due at the time of registration .

  • Students may arrange with the registrar to pay the balance due in 2 installments over the course of the semester with $100 initial payment at registration.  There will be a $25 extended payment fee added to the invoice. 

  • Any student who does not provide full payment or sign an installment agreement by the first day of class will not be admitted to the class. 

  • Late registrations will incur a fee and must be paid in full at the time of registration.

  • Full payment is required before Online students will be allowed to begin a course.

  • Delinquent accounts must be brought current within five days of notification or the student will be dropped from the current course without receiving academic credit and will not be eligible for future installment agreements.

  •  Student will be eligible to re-enroll in the course the following term with full payment of tuition and fees, 


Spousal Tuition Discount

  • An individual whose spouse is enrolled will receive half off of their tuition while all of the above policies will continue to apply. 

  • The spouse who is pursuing the highest degree will pay the full tuition price while the spouse who is pursuing the lesser degree will receive half off of their tuition. 




  • Refunds will be given only if the student withdraws within 30 days after payment for course(s) have been made. All tuition will be refunded except a $200 service charge. Fees are not refundable. Exceptions for illness or other extenuating circumstances will be made by the Dean on a case by case basis. 

  • If a student has received tuition payment to the seminary through a sponsorship of a church, corporation, friends or relatives then the refund of that student’s must be sent to the church, corporation, friends or relatives who have made the tuition payment to Covington. 

  • Sponsorships and Scholarships 

  • A church, corporation, or individual may desire to pay all of a student’s tuition and fees. The amount of the payment will be credited to his/her account after receipt of an official document from a church/ corporation stating the name of the person(s) being sponsored, the amount(s) to be credited, and the frequency/duration of the sponsorship. The document must be signed by an officer other than the student recipient. 

  • For individual sponsorships, a formal, signed and notarized letter is required. Such designated funds are tax deductible. 

  • NOTE: The student is responsible for any balance due should the sponsor fail to pay. 

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