Admissions Financial Aid
Once you have completed your FAFSA, we encourge you to look into all available scholarships. The key is to apply early and apply for everything that you qualify for. Remember to read all of the information that you receive and keep a list or copy of your scholarship applications. Here are some resources to assist you in building the best financial aid package available:
1. Free Scholarship Searches:
2. North Carolina Residents: Any North Carolina resident student who thinks they are eligible for the NC Need Based Grant Program should apply at ncresidency.org. Directions and requirements are found on this site.
3. Church Support: Does your church offer a scholarship?
4. Outside Support: Many civic and community organizations offer scholarships to college students. Your high school counselor may be able to help you with exact details on this.
5. Federal Student Loans for Students and Parents: If you decide to use the federal student loans offered thru your FAFSA, you will be required to learn the terms and conditions of your loan. These requirements can be found at studentloans.gov. Loan entrance counseling and a Master Promissory Note are required by each loan holder before awards are processed. You will need your FSA ID to log in and complete the session. Your information will be forwarded to MACU once it has been completed. Your loan information will also be submitted to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS), and will be accessible by guaranty agencies, lenders, and schools determined to be authorized users of the data system. Parents may also apply for the Parent Plus Loan thru studentloans.gov and clicking on the Parent Borrowers tab. The completion of a Master Promissory Note is required for all Parent Plus Loans.
6. Non-Federal Student (and Parent) Loans:
At Mid-Atlantic Christian University, we are committed to providing an affordable Christian education to those who want to dedicate their lives to serving the Lord. To that end, we are dedicated to designing a financial aid package which will best suit your individual needs. Below you will find some of the many ways that we accomplish this goal.
At Mid-Atlantic Christian Univeristy, we are committed to providing an affordable Christian education to those who want to dedicate their lives to serving the Lord. Thanks to generous support from alumni, family, friends, and supporting churches of the college, we are able to keep tuition costs much lower than most private colleges.
Tuition and Fees 2019 - 2020
|Pre-enrollment fees for new students (first semester only)|
|College Application Fee||$30|
|Orientation Charge: on-campus students only
|Fees Per Semester|
|Double Room/Board (16 meals per week)
|Single Room (upper classmen have priority)/Board (16 meals per week)
|Tuition and Other Fees|
|School of Professional Studies|
|On-Campus/Online Tuition Fee, per hour||$425|
|Audit Fee, per hour||$50|
|School of Undergraduate Studies|
|On-Campus/Online Tuition Fee||$465|
|Audit Fee, per hour||$50|
|Professional Christian Ministries Certificate||$2,000|
|Enrollment Fees, per semester|
|8 or more credit hours||465.00|
|1-7 credit hours, per hour||55.00|
|Housing Reservation Fee - per year||$100|
|Pay Housing Fee|
|2019-20 Tuition and Fees Schedule
|The Trustees of Mid-Atlantic Christian University reserve the right to change the schedule of fees and other charges at any time.
Federal regulations require the FAO (Financial Aid Office) to have its records and student files audited at least once every two years. Each audit must cover the time period since the last audit. Mid-Atlantic Christian University is audited annually by an independent agency. Auditors review a sample of student aid files to ensure the FAO is in compliance with Federal, State, and University policies. The auditors submit a preliminary memorandum of findings to the Vice President of Finance who conducts research and prepares a response addressing resolution of the specific discrepancy and appropriate procedures to correct faulty processing. Items which are resolved are deleted from the report and the final document is submitted to the ED (Department of Education).
The only preparation for the audit is to cooperate with the Auditors’ requests. Typically, the Auditors will randomly select a specific number of students from each of the Title IV programs. The files are pulled and given to the Auditors. Any additional assistance requested is responded to promptly.