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Letter from the President

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About Acadia Divinity College

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Campus, Online, and Distance Learning

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ADC Community

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Acadia University Community

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Come See for Yourself

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Bachelor of Theology

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Master of Divinity

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Master of Arts (Theology)

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Doctor of Ministry

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Additional Programs

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How to Apply

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Scholarships and Bursaries

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Tuition and Fees

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LETTER FROM THE

PRESIDENT We are living in a time of rapid change and fresh opportunity for the Church, and we need leaders to help us engage a complex world. Contemporary ministry requires deep understanding of the Bible and foundational Christian teaching, and wisdom to follow Jesus well in today’s context. Our faculty will equip you for this mission. Regardless of where you are called to serve, we will prepare you to navigate ministry and wrestle with complicated social and ethical issues, as well as help you to develop leadership skills in applying biblical principles to life now. Our faculty and staff care about you as a person, your ministry call, and your spiritual formation. Whether from a distance or on site, we invite you to be part of a community who will equip you to make a difference for Christ. Come and see!

Dr. Anna Robbins

President, Acadia Divinity College Dean of Theology, Acadia University Dr. Millard R. Cherry Professor of Theology, Ethics, and Culture

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ABOUT ACADIA DIVINITY COLLEGE Be in the KNOW. Acadia Divinity College (ADC) is dedicated to equipping you

with high-quality theological education and practical faith skills that are necessary for ministry now, in today’s world. ADC is on the campus of one of Canada’s oldest and most respected universities, Acadia University. Our impact is two-fold, and significant, as the seminary of the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada, as well as the Faculty of Theology for Acadia University. With full-time and part-time degree, diploma, and certificate program options, our students are challenged by their professors to ask questions, explore the depths of their faith, and cultivate their calling. This is accomplished through rigorous intellectual instruction, meaningful spiritual formation, and practical ministry experience.

ADC is both local and global with a student body of over 200 students from more than 10 countries, who represent over 20 denominations. The vast network of alumni and partners of ADC creates opportunities for students to study, research, and learn around the world. Having served in various ministry roles, our professors bring their real-world ministry experience to preparing you for your calling. ADC facilitates Christian formation, nurtures relational community, and emphasizes the exploration of identity, self-understanding, and personal growth. With a distinguished history of preparing students for a variety of ministry roles, you will leave ADC prepared to serve effectively wherever God has called you to serve!

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CAMPUS, ONLINE, AND DISTANCE LEARNING

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At ADC we strive to make education accessible for you where and when you need it. While being on campus provides many benefits, we know that isn’t always possible. We are proud to offer multiple online formats to fit your lifestyle. In addition to our oncampus options, we are excited to offer a variety of classroom experiences for you through online, distance, and intensive courses – all available to you based on your learning style, location, and preference.

ACADEMIC CENTRES ADC has three academic centres of excellence which facilitate research, provide resources, and offer study in specialized areas from Baptist history to institutional chaplaincy, ethics, and apologetics.

CAMPUS Take advantage of our newly-renovated space and all that Acadia has to offer on campus in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Live, study, and work in the beautiful Annapolis Valley within a community that has a unique impact. Whether you are on campus for your entire degree, a semester, or just one course, studying in person will make a difference in your education.

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ONLINE LEARNING Whether you are interested in participating in class virtually or are drawn to pre-recorded lectures with weekly meetings with your professor – ADC accommodates both. Learn more about our Virtual Seat and ADC Go options at: acadiadiv.ca/online

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DISTANCE LEARNING If you live outside the Annapolis Valley, we offer in-person, intensive format courses in various locations through ADC Halifax and ADC New Brunswick. Learn more at acadiadiv.ca/sites

Take advantage of some, or all, of the options available to you as an ADC student. To learn about travel study, guided readings, online courses and more, visit: acadiadiv.ca/courses

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ADC

COMMUNITY

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Acadia Divinity College has established a close-knit community of people who care for one another. You will be given an opportunity inside and outside of the classroom to build valuable relationships with faculty, staff, and students. Whether on the Acadia University campus for weekly chapel and lunch, sporting events, extracurricular groups, or off-campus gatherings at the President’s house – ADC joins together as family. The Acadia Divinity College Student Association (ADCSA) ensures that students come together for fellowship all year long.


ACADIA UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY Take advantage of all that being an Acadia student has to offer with a wide range of services and activities designed to support you and your studies. For more information visit: acadiau.ca/student-life

RESIDENCE Acadia’s residences offer a prime location for accommodations, only minutes from our classrooms, the athletic centre, and the library. Living on campus offers the ease of an eight-month, all-inclusive lease with housing options ranging from high-rise to heritage and from basic double rooms to deluxe single ensuite rooms. acadiau.ca/student-life/residence-campus-life/residences-housing.html There are no on-campus family accommodations available. However, there are a variety of housing options within walking distance of the University for those living off campus. Students looking for accommodations should visit acadiau.ca/elc/future-students/accomodations.html as well as places4students.com/

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COME SEE YOURSELF

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The best way to explore ADC is to come visit us! We are pleased to offer you a personalized tour that will fit your specific needs and questions. You can sit in on a class, meet faculty and current students, participate in community worship and lunch, and tour the Town of Wolfville. We would love to have you!

CAMPUS Acadia University has been ranked as one of the top 10 most beautiful campuses in Canada by Huffington Post. So beautiful, in fact, that often we hear the phrase, “I visited campus and fell in love.” A sprawling, green 250-acre campus, we are home to historical buildings dating back to 1838 – which means ivy-covered walls, beautiful study spaces, and even a student-run farm that supplies vegetables to campus.


NOVA SCOTIA:

Canada’s Ocean Playground Is the ocean calling your name? Your new home in Nova Scotia, Canada, is awaiting you! Although Nova Scotia is one of the smallest provinces in Canada, there is deep pride in the Atlantic Canadian way of life. From the slow-pace of farm life in the Annapolis Valley to the hustle of city life in Halifax, Wolfville’s nearest city, Nova Scotia has the best of both worlds.

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WOLFVILLE

Nestled in the heart of the Annapolis Valley, Wolfville offers a unique experience to all who drop in to visit or choose to stay. The Town of Wolfville is warm and inviting, and, with a high value placed on community, it feels like home for those from away.

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BACHELOR OF

THEOLOGY acadiadiv.ca/bth

30 Courses

3 Years

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$8,235 per year (based on full-time study)

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Admission Requirements: High school diploma with minimum 70% average or above in five Grade 12 academic courses, including English 12 (or equivalent) Crandall-Acadia Partnership Admission Requirements: High school diploma with minimum 80% average or above in five Grade 12 academic courses, including English 12 (or equivalent)


Whether you feel a specific call to pastoral ministry or simply desire to gain an in-depth theological knowledge – the Bachelor of Theology (BTh) will provide you with the skills you need to walk confidently as a Christian in a secular world. As a BTh student, in addition to Theology courses, you will take courses from other departments at Acadia University. This experience provides a well-rounded educational formation for students, taking core courses in Biblical Studies, Christian Theology, and Christian History – while concurrently taking electives in both Arts and Sciences. There are several options within the BTh program for you to consider depending on your future goals.

ORDINATION TRACK

If you have already completed your first degree at Acadia University and are looking for theological education – ADC offers a unique opportunity for you to enroll in the “2nd Undergraduate Degree” program to complete your BTh. If you are an undergraduate student at Acadia University in any degree except the School of Music – you may choose to minor in Theology. If you have already declared your minor and only have room for a class or two – ADC also offers engaging electives.

CRANDALL-ACADIA PARTNERSHIP The Crandall-Acadia partnership program is a unique opportunity that provides an avenue for you to pursue both God and career aspirations simultaneously while completing the Acadia BTh concurrently with your Crandall degree. For more information, visit: acadiadiv.ca/bth-partnership

FOR ACADIA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Student Feature:

If you are thinking about ordination, the BTh (Ordination Track) will prepare you to meet ordination requirements of some denominations and churches.

LESLIE UBELS, BCD 19, BTh 20 “I chose Acadia Divinity College because the faculty are passionate about education, and they have a desire for students to think critically. While studying for my undergraduate degree in Community Development (BCD) at Acadia University, I began taking elective courses at ADC. These courses expanded my understanding of the Bible and provided the time and space to work through challenging issues. My ADC education has already helped me in ministry. This year, I am eager to continue my theological studies and earn a Bachelor of Theology as my second undergraduate degree from Acadia. I am drawn to the diversity of courses and the flexibility to explore different subjects, including relevant topics that impact the world today.”

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MASTER OF

DIVINITY acadiadiv.ca/mdiv

30 Courses

3 Years

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$8,749 per year (based on full-time study)

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Admission Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, or equivalent, with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.00


Student Feature:

Raphael Iluyomade, MDiv 22 While enrolled in our Master of Divinity (MDiv) program, you will learn invaluable skills that will prepare you for serving in local churches, chaplaincy settings, local and global mission fields, and more. The program will instruct you in interpreting Scripture, appreciating Christian history and theology, and understanding how to provide effective ministry leadership within the context of contemporary culture. The MDiv offers academic specializations in: Pastoral Ministry, Evangelism and Mission, Next Generation Ministry, Pastoral Care and Counselling, Leadership and Spiritual Formation, Prison Chaplaincy, and Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care. These unique specializations provide an opportunity for you to direct your academic focus while studying the breadth of topics offered at ADC.

“Choosing to be trained and equipped for ministry at Acadia Divinity College has been one of the best decisions I have made in my life. As a mature international student from Africa, I was looking for a college where study and life would genuinely stir me from the inside-out and prepare me to minister with grace in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous interconnected world. ADC has proved to be the right place for me to pursue my dream. ADC’s faculty and staff are role models of grace. The professors challenge me to think critically, and the administrative staff are always available to support my academic needs. I am thrilled by the large network of international connections available for students’ development at ADC. I am confident that the skills I am acquiring at ADC will prepare me to flourish as a minister of our Lord Jesus Christ. I am glad to be a part of this amazing college! ”

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MASTER OF

ARTS

(THEOLOGY)

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20 Courses

2 Years

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$8,749 per year (based on full-time study)

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Admission Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, or equivalent, with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.00


The MA (Th) provides academic fields of study that prepare you well for advanced study at the doctoral level. While studying with us you will be given the opportunity to participate in rigorous graduate seminars in your field, enabling you to develop skills in preparing and presenting scholarly work to your peers. You can choose from a variety of specializations such as: Old Testament, New Testament, Second Temple Judaism, Theology, and Christian History. The MA (Th) not only offers you the opportunity to dig into deep theological questions, it also teaches you what to do with the information you gather. Our practical fields of study within the MA (Th) program are designed to equip you for non-ordained leadership roles in the church and society. You can choose from a variety of specializations such as: Evangelism and Mission, Next Generation Ministry, Pastoral Care and Counselling, Leadership and Spiritual Formation, Discipleship, Prison Chaplaincy, Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care, Indigenous Community Development (offered in partnership with NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community).

The Master of Arts (Theology) (MA (Th)) program is designed to stimulate exciting and innovative research topics for people interested in both academic and practical fields of study. Whether you are thinking about continuing your studies at a doctoral level or are looking to be better equipped for the space that you currently serve in, the MA (Th) enables you to reach your goal!

Student Feature:

Evan Colford, MDiv 16, MA (Th) 20 “In 2013, I began my theological training at Acadia Divinity College and joined the warm community of faculty, staff, and students who helped and prepared me as I worked through my call to pastoral ministry. As I neared completing my Master of Divinity program and began thinking about further education – it was only natural that I chose ADC for my Master of Arts (Theology) studies. ADC is the home of top-notch scholars who are experts in their fields, and they have stretched me, deepened my understanding of God, and increased my love for His Church. The College has also fostered amazing opportunities for me - helping with the publication of two edited books, planning and participating in an international conference, as well as teaching theology courses. ADC truly equips and cares for the students who enter their doors! ADC was exactly what I needed when I needed it and so much more! Without ADC, I can truly say that I would not be the person, pastor, and aspiring scholar that I am today.”

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DOCTOR OF MINISTRY acadiadiv.ca/dmin

10 Courses | 18

4 Years

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$4,149 per year $16,595 total (based on full-time study)

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Admission Requirements: Three years of ministry experience, preferable following the completion of a Master of Divinity degree, or its educational equivalent, and served a minimum of one year in present ministry position


The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program is designed to help you as a leader and ministry practitioner enhance your understanding and practice of ministry in today’s world. Open to participants of all denominational affiliations you will join students from across Canada, the United States, and around the world. With an emphasis placed on Scripture, theology, and research you will gain the ability to understand, evaluate, and innovate in your current and future ministry practice. This high-level degree program is both demanding and flexible. The format allows you to study while remaining in your ministry context as much as possible! Directed studies and supervised research available from a distance, as well as one-week intensive courses held on the Acadia University campus, allow you to plan your studies around important family and work commitments. Through a combination of classes and a doctoral thesis project, you will have the opportunity to reflect, learn, and research under the guidance of experienced, forward-thinking, and creative practitioners. While developing as a person and ministry practitioner, you will have the opportunity to specialize in an area of ministry that you are interested and passionate about.

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CEO, Prison Fellowship Canada

“After researching many institutions across North America, I chose Acadia Divinity College for the depth of knowledge, breadth of network available to mentor me toward my end goal, and flexibility I need to study in my specific field. ADC has created an environment where I can reflect on the issues I face vocationally and develop relevant, innovative ideas that are shaping the way we do ministry. Peer interaction within the courses adds an enriched element to my learning as we discuss ideas that are both common and unique to us. The Doctor of Ministry program is providing me with a solid grounding in academics to go further in my field than I could on my own. It gives me the passion and motivation to further my professional development and deepen my sense of how God is at work. It is very invigorating, and I could not be happier with my choice to study at ADC.”

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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS acadiadiv.ca/other-programs The additional programs offered at ADC are flexible to fulfill your desire to grow deeper in your faith. Whether at the undergraduate or graduate level, you will receive invaluable teaching in Biblical Studies, Christian Theology, and Christian History. These foundational courses will help you develop critical thinking skills within your faith and ministry context.

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NO PROGRAM DIVINITY Maximum 5 Courses

Flexible

Tuition

Dependent on number of courses and level of study

Admission Requirements (undergraduate): High school diploma or equivalent Admission Requirements (graduate): Bachelor’s degree or equivalent If you have your eye on taking a few courses of interest at ADC, but not a full degree – this option allows you the opportunity to take up to 5 undergraduate or graduate courses without being tied to a specific program. Not only is this a flexible option, it also creates possibilities for your future. All courses are taken for-credit, enabling you the option to transfer your credits should you wish to further your studies.

CERTIFICATE IN CHRISTIAN STUDIES 10 Courses

1 Year

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$8,235 per year (based on full-time study)

Admission Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent The Certificate in Christian Studies (CCS) is offered at the undergraduate level and will help equip you to be an effective volunteer leader in your church or ministry. Credits that you earn in this program can be applied toward a Bachelor of Theology degree at ADC.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CHRISTIAN STUDIES 10 Courses

1 Year

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$8,749 per year (based on full-time study)

Admission Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.00 The Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies (GDCS) helps foster spiritual growth and maturity through dynamic classroom lectures and discussions. The program is offered at the graduate level and can be completed entirely online. The diploma is awarded by Acadia Divinity College, with transferable university credits that can be applied toward a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts (Theology) degree.

CERTIFICATE IN MINISTERIAL STUDIES 20 Courses

2 Years

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$4,119 per year (based on full-time study)

Admission Requirements: Over 55 years of age with no formal education beyond the high school level The Certificate in Ministerial Studies (CMS) program presents you with a taste of what ADC is all about. If you have been out of school for some time, have never been in a college or university environment, and are looking to be ordained within the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada (CBAC) – this non-credit certificate can help you on your way.

CERTIFICATE IN LAY LEADERSHIP 10 Courses

2 Years

(based on full-time study)

Tuition

$4,119 per year (based on full-time study)

Admission Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent and referral from denominational accrediting body The Certificate in Lay Leadership is a non-credit program that will allow you to take courses and deepen your faith through academic learning without feeling the pressure of being a for-credit student. The courses offered for this certificate will help you within your current ministry context – no matter what that looks like.

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HOW TO APPLY acadiadiv.ca/apply

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Submit the online application form, which can be completed in approximately 15 minutes. Send in your documents. Each program has different requirements for additional documents, so please verify that you have submitted everything by checking our website. Please have official transcripts sent directly from your university, college, or high school.

PROGRAM

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Theology

High school diploma with a minimum 70% average or above in five Grade 12 academic courses, including English 12 (or equivalent)

Crandall-Acadia BTh Partnership

High school diploma with a minimum 80% average or above in five Grade 12 academic courses, including English 12 (or equivalent)

Master of Divinity

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, or equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00

Master of Arts (Theology)

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, or equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 3.00

Doctor of Ministry

Three years of ministry experience, preferably following the completion of a Master of Divinity degree, or its educational equivalent, and served a minimum of one year in present ministry position

Certificate in Christian Studies

High school diploma or equivalent

Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies

Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00

No Program Divinity – Undergraduate

High school diploma or equivalent

No Program Divinity – Graduate

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

Certificate in Ministerial Studies

Over 55 years of age with no formal education beyond the high school level

Certificate in Lay Leadership

High school diploma or equivalent and referral from denominational accrediting body

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TRANSFER CREDITS Applicants to some programs may request that up to half of the required credit hours be transferred from an approved institution. For a course to be eligible for a credit transfer, you must have earned a minimum of a C- (60%) on the course to be considered for the Bachelor of Theology or Master of Divinity programs, or a minimum of a B- (70%) on the course to be considered for the Master of Arts (Theology) or Doctor of Ministry programs. Normally, no more than 15 of these credit hours can be earned via internet-based courses.

ADVANCED STANDING Graduates of the Bachelor of Theology degree at Acadia University and undergraduate degrees at Crandall University and Kingswood University who apply to the Master of Divinity degree may be eligible for advanced standing with credit for some courses, to a maximum of 30 credit hours. If you have completed courses at another accredited institution that have over 60% of the same content as courses offered in the Acadia program, you may appeal to the Academic Dean to take an elective in the same department. You may qualify to be admitted into the 30-credit-hour Master of Arts (Theology) program versus the standard 60-credit-hour program if you hold an Honours undergraduate degree within the same field in which you intend to specialize, or if you hold a master’s degree in a theological discipline with a minimum CGPA of 3.0.

INTERNATIONAL REQUIREMENTS Depending upon your country of citizenship, it can take considerable time to get a student visa after you receive an offer of admission – up to six months in some cases. It is recommended that you apply as early as possible before the start date of your program to ensure enough time for visa processing. You will also be asked to provide supplemental documentation with your application; these may include a copy of your passport, West African Examination Council (WAEC) results, and English Proficiency Test results. For more information on international requirements, please visit: acadiadiv.ca/international-students

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SCHOLARSHIPS

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BURSARIES

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The generosity of donors over time has made it possible for Acadia Divinity College to offer you significant scholarships and bursaries. Our financial assistance program ensures that every eligible student receives support every year.

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ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP To qualify, you must be a new full-time student with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.5 from your most recently completed university degree, or an 80% average in five Grade 12 academic courses if you are a high school graduate. This scholarship is valued at $4,330 per year for the normal duration of your program.

BURSARIES All students may apply for bursaries through the appropriate form on the website by the specified deadline. Late applicants will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Undergraduate: $2,080 per year (full-time); $225 per course (part-time) Graduate: $2,230 per year (full-time); $225 per course (part-time)

ACADIA DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP Qualifying Doctor of Ministry students will receive a maximum of $3,000 for the four-year program (up to $750 for each of the four years) based on your academic record, ministry track record, application letter, and financial need. You must apply for this scholarship by the specified deadline on the website. If you are a student from outside North America you may apply for an International Student Scholarship at the same time as applying for an Acadia Doctoral Scholarship, valued at $1,000 for the duration of the program (up to $250 for each of the four years) and awarded on the same basis.

CORA GRAY & MADELINE SAMPSON BURSARY (AUBA) This bursary was established by a generous gift from the estate of Rev. MacPherson Eaton. The Bursary is named in recognition of Deacons Cora Gray and Madeline Sampson who were choice servants of the Lord Jesus Christ in the Windsor Plains United Baptist Church. If you are part of an African United Baptist Association (AUBA) church or identify as African Nova Scotian, you may apply for this bursary through the appropriate form on the website by the specified deadline. For information on even more scholarship and bursary opportunities, visit: acadiadiv.ca/scholarships-bursaries

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HEALTH AND DENTAL PLANS

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All full-time students (except for Doctor of Ministry and Crandall-Acadia Bachelor of Theology students) are automatically enrolled in the Acadia Student Health Plan and the Acadia Student Dental Plan. These fees are charged to your student account; however, Canadian students may opt out of this plan and receive a credit for the fee by signing a waiver by the specified deadline. Proof of comparable health care coverage is required to opt out of the Health Plan.

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Acadia Student Health Plan

Acadia Student Dental Plan

Single Person, 12 months

$231

$165

Family, 12 months

$535

$350

International Single Person, 12 months

$775

$165

$1,750

$350

Full-Time Students

International Family, 12 months


TUITION & FEES acadiadiv.ca/tuition-fees

FULL-TIME STUDENTS (Canadian and International)

Certificate in Ministerial Studies and Lay Leadership

Undergraduate

Graduate

$8,235

$8,749

$4,119

$568

$568

$284

ADC Student Association Fee

$50

$50

$50

Athletic & Health Services Fee

$247

$247

N/A

$310.86

$310.86

N/A

$9,410.86

$9,924.86

$4,453

Undergraduate

Graduate

Certificate in Ministerial Studies and Lay Leadership

Regular

$940

$993

$470

Senior (60+) / Ministry Partner*

$470

$495

N/A

Regular

$940

$993

$470

Senior Fees(60+) / Ministry Partner*

$470

$495

N/A

Tuition Fees Technology Fee

ASU Student Organization Fees

Total

PART-TIME STUDENTS (Canadian and International) Tuition per in-class, 3-credit-hour course (including Virtual Seat)

Tuition per online, 3-credit-hour course (including ADC Go)

Acadia Divinity College reserves the right to change fees at any time *Contact us to see if you qualify as a Ministry Partner

DOCTOR OF MINISTRY STUDENTS (Canadian and International) Tuition (4,149 per year for 4 years)* Non-ADC Student (per 3-credit-hour course)

$16,595 $1,383

*Whole program fee - Students are billed each term over the course of their four-year program

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Manager of Recruitment and Admissions (902) 585-2220 catherine.cole@acadiau.ca Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada

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