As a faith-based college with a purpose to graduate students Day 1, Debt-Free, our tuition and dormitory fees are kept to a minimum.

Approximate total cost per yr. = $7,490.00*


*Fees listed are for the 2020-2021 academic year.
FBCI reserves the right to adjust  fees annually  at the discretion of the Board of Directors.




  • Application Fee – $35.00
  • Late Registration Fee – $25.002
  • Graduation Fee – $75.00

(1) Textbook costs vary.  Books may be purchased through the Faith BCI Bookstore or through independent sources.
(2) For those who register after the designated registration date (refer to academic calendar).



As a faith-based school, with a purpose to graduate students free of debt, our tuition and dormitory fees are kept to a minimum.

  • Activity Fee – The annual Activity Fee includes a graduation banquet ticket, Student Association activities, and a student ID card.
  • Class Dues – Class dues are paid each semester. These dues help fund events held by each class, a class advisor, a class gift to the school left in the Senior year, and a class trip taken in the Senior year.



We offer different payment options for our students:

  • Payment in Full for the semester
  • 5-month payment plan for the semester
  • 10-month payment plan for the year

Once a student is accepted at Faith, he/she will receive information regarding setting up a payment plan.



  • Minister’s Children – If a definite need is evident, a dormitory fee discount may be applied to the unmarried children of active, full-time ministers. The minister should request this discount by contacting the finance department.
  • Withdrawals – If a student who is paid in full leaves Faith during the first four weeks of the semester, a 50% refund on tuition and dormitory fees will be given. No refund will be made thereafter.



Housing is available for single full-time students in the dormitory. Limited housing is available to married students without children and married students with family.



All students are expected to leave campus during breaks (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Spring Break, etc.)



Students may hold off-campus employment if their work schedule does not interfere with school activities.