College is a great idea.  It could be, through, that one little thing may be separating you from a quality college education:  finances - or, in a word, money.  Fortunately there are resources available to students.  We want to help you succeed!  So take a look at this brief outline of tuition and financial aid.  And then, let’s talk.

Your first step:  Go to the Federal Student Aid website at or call 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-730-8913) in order to get accepted.

Your second step:  For any questions concerning Financial Aid, contact the Director, Sister D, at: or call (317) 789-8255.

Tuition & Fees

Tuition:  $395 per credit hour

Matriculation Fee:  $275 per semester

Full-time (12 credit hours):  $5,015 per semester

Applying for Financial Aid

To apply for a Scholarship, Pell Grant, or State Grant, you must complete the following three steps:

  1. Complete a FAFSA form.  You may complete the form online at If applying online, please use our school code 034567 to enable us to receive your application.  Students (and parents) are required to use the Data Retrieval Tool on the Financial Information tab of the FAFSA as required by the Federal Government.
  2. Complete the Crossroads Office of Financial Aid Scholarship Application, if student is desiring consideration for a scholarship program.
  3. If you are awarded a Scholarship, Pell Grant, or State Grant, you will be notified through Populi, Crossroads’ College Management System.  You will be required to accept the scholarship upon approval from the committee or communicate within seven days of receipt if you do not want the award.

Scholarship Opportunities

Church Matching Scholarship

This scholarship will supplement and encourage funding that churches provide for members of their congregation to attend Crossroads.  Every dollar that a church provides in support or assistance with tuition will be matched dollar for dollar, for members of their congregation to attend Crossroads.  Maximum amount of this scholarship per student would be up to one-half of student’s tuition.

Tony and Lauren Dungy Scholarship

This scholarship will be given to students attending Crossroads Bible College pursuing an urban ministry vocation who exemplify Christian character and demonstrate excellence in their personal, spiritual and academic endeavors.

Work-Study Scholarship & Grants

Scholarships for work-study students who will be assigned to work in various departments of the College.

Government Grants, Benefits & Loans

Federal Grants (Pell, SEOG)

Federal grants are free and do not need to be repaid.  Not all students qualify for the Pell and SEOG grants.  Pell Grants are based on a 600% Lifetime Eligibility.

State Grants

State grants are also free and do not need to be repaid.  State grant amounts are based upon federal income-tax information.  You must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form and return it by March 1 to qualify for state grants.  Log on to estudent at for State Grant award information.  Students will be required to meet GPA requirements.

All state and federal aid is granted according to need based on your federal income tax information.  The dollar value of federal and state grants credited to your account will depend on the number of credit hours you are taking.  If you withdraw from school after the add/drop period, you will be held responsible for the payment of the balance.

Veterans Benefits

Eligible veterans and/or their spouses and dependents can receive educational benefits through the Veterans Administration.  Veterans who wish to use these benefits should obtain the necessary forms and instructions from the nearest office of Veterans Affairs.  Students receiving veteran’s benefits will be reimbursed directly by the Veterans Administration under a special reimbursement policy.  For more details, please contact the College’s Financial Aid Office.

Federal Loans

Money that is loaned to the student but must be repaid.  Apply by filling out a FAFSA form.  For more details, please contact the College’s Financial Aid Office.

Satisfactory Progress

Students who receive financial aid must meet the College’s standard of satisfactory progress in order to continue receiving it.  Students who have not met the College’s academic requirements are ineligible for financial aid until the deficiency is remedied.  All courses covered by scholarship funds must be completed with at least a passing grade.

Students dropping or withdrawing from any course covered by scholarship money forfeit this financial aid and must make arrangements with Student Accounts to repay it.  The refund policy for add/drop also applies to scholarships.

For any questions, contact the Director, Sister D, at: or call (317) 789-8255.

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