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The cost of a semester of study at the Chicago campus includes
room and board, student activity fee, Ventra U-Pass, facilities fee, technology
fee, medical insurance, books and supplies, personal expenses and fees for some
courses and majors (see Course Fees). Students may opt-out of the student
health insurance plan if they have other insurance (see Medical Insurance).
Room, board, and student fees, required of all students in
residence, total approximately $6,100-$7,300 per semester for students housed
in a double-occupancy room. The cost of books and supplies is estimated at $500
per semester, personal expenses may total $500-$700 per semester, depending on
the student’s needs and desires. Special fees for music and other course fees
are listed in the fees section. Students may estimate their semester expenses
by totaling all applicable fees, plus personal items.
A student can combine
multiple forms of payment, including Financial Aid*, to pay these costs
and fees. These fees are not covered by the Tuition-Paid education. *Please see types of aid for more information about Financial Aid.
If students are expecting institutional scholarships, outside scholarships, stipends, or loans to help cover their
balance and it is not awarded by Moody's due date, they are
still responsible to make payments on time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding amount due.
Balances are due in full August 1 for the fall
semester, December 1 for the spring semester, and May 1 for the summer term,
unless the student is enrolled in the Campus Payment Plan. A $25 late fee will
be charged if the account balance is not received by Moody's due date.
Methods of Payment
1. Students may make payments online through the my.moody.edu student
portal by debit/credit card. (Visa or MasterCard only)
Others* making payments towards a student's bill may make payments online with a debit/credit card at Non-student
payment. (Visa or MasterCard only)
*Outside scholarship payments may not be made online.
2. Payments by check or money order** may be sent payable to:
Moody Bible Institute
P.O. Box 6500
Chicago, IL 60680-6500
**Please include student name and ID number on all checks and money orders
Thanks to the generosity of Moody's partners, full-time undergraduate students at the Chicago campus receive a tuition-paid education, enabling them to graduate and begin ministry quickly without the burden of student loans.
1. Student is charged tuition, room and board and other costs and fees.
2. Student completes process for receiving Federal Financial Aid.Aid is applied to tuition. The use of Federal Pell Grants allows Moody to use gifts from donors toward more students.
3. Chicago Undergraduate Tuition Grant covers remaining tuition.
4. Student covers room and board and other costs and fees.
A tuition-paid model is often confused with a tuition-free model, in which an institution does not charge tuition. Moody does charge tuition, but this tuition is covered by the process explained above.
In some courses, fees for materials or resources are required. These fees are not covered by the tuition-paid education. Please see the Academic
Catalog for more information.
Moody Bible Institute requires that all unmarried undergraduate
students live on campus for the duration of their education at Moody unless an
exception is made for extenuating circumstances. Moody requires this for a
number of reasons, including students’ safety, community life, and campus
occupancy. Rates for all students are based on actual costs and are subject to
change without notice. No allowance will be granted for meals missed.
The number of single rooms for women is limited. No single rooms
are available for men. All rooms are furnished with beds, dressers, desks,
closets, and bookcases for the intended number of occupants. Students must
supply their own linens, blankets, pillows, and other accessories.
During spring, summer, and winter break periods, single students
must make a reservation at an additional cost to stay on-campus. Students
planning to stay in campus housing during the winter break must be returning to
on-campus for the following semester. This information is not applicable to
Jenkins Hall residents; the Residence Life office will provide more information
to these residents via email. Students who stay on-campus over spring, summer,
or winter break may be eligible to have their room partially paid for by a Moody department that employs them, if approved.
Married students are not required to live on campus, but may
apply to live on campus in Jenkins Hall by contacting Residence Life at
312-329-4189 or email@example.com. Availability
is limited and offered on a first come, first served basis. Other resources for
locating area housing are also available through the Residence Life Office.
SingleDouble (per person)Triple (per person)
Smith Hall Apartments
A complete listing of fees can be found in the Academic
All Chicago campus residential students and international students (including spouses and children) are required to be covered by a health insurance plan that provides for hospitalization and medical-surgical coverage in the event of sickness or accident for the entire time they are enrolled as a student. This includes breaks between semesters.
A student may choose to enroll in the Moody Bible Institute Student Health Insurance Plan or be covered by another insurance plan. If a student chooses another insurance plan, he or she must provide Moody with evidence that insurance coverage is in effect by submitting a completed Waiver of Insurance form and a copy of both sides of the current insurance card once each school year, prior to the fall semester (or the first semester of the school year during which the student is enrolled).
Commuter students are eligible to participate in the MBI Student Health Insurance plan provided that one or more of the following conditions apply:
Enrollment and waiver forms can be found on my.moody.edu.
All students are personally responsible for any health care expenses not covered by their insurance, (deductibles, co-payments, excluded items and services, etc). Students are responsible for knowing and following the procedures of their insurance company, including remaining current with any forms to be submitted, and for following the payment policy of the health care provider, office, clinic or hospital from which they receive services; this may mean that payment is required at the time of service.
Listed below are the prices for student health insurance for the 2016 - 2017 academic year, for those students who do not have their own insurance and choose to enroll in the MBI plan. A separate handling fee of $20 per semester will be assessed to each student (if insurance is required or taken), regardless of the type of coverage.
Available to any eligible student's dependent(s).
* If both husband and wife are students, they may each enroll as single students in the Individual Plan.
International Students desiring to waive Moody's insurance plan must
be covered by an insurance company based in the United States.
For additional information about the Moody Student Health Insurance Plan, please visit www.cirstudenthealth.com/moody or contact the Student Health Insurance Coordinator at (312)329-2046 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Campus Payment Plan is an interest free alternative to a
lump sum payment of the student bill. It is administered by the Student
Receivables Coordinator in the Student Accounts office in Moody Central. The
plan is available to all campus students with
the exception of international students (F-1 Visa holders) attending their
This plan allows the semester total to be split into five payments due the first of each month (see Payment Plan enrollment and due dates below).
Student fees or fines can be added throughout the semester. The student is responsible to monitor his or her account to make sure their monthly payment includes any of the added fees.
The Campus Payment Plan open enrollment dates are May 1 – June 30 for the fall semester, October 1 – November 30 for the spring semester, and April 1 - 30 for the summer semester. There is a non-refundable $50 enrollment fee per semester for fall and spring, and a $25 enrollment fee for the summer semester. Students may choose to participate in the plan for one or all three semesters.
Students who have enrolled in the fall semester will be automatically enrolled for the spring semester unless he/she opts out by November 30. Automatic enrollment does not carry in to the summer. Students must submit a summer enrollment form to be enrolled in the payment plan for the summer. Prior semester charges cannot be carried in to future semester payment plans. It is the student's responsibility to enroll in the payment plan each academic year.
Campus Payment Plan Enrollment and Due Dates:
*Enrollment forms submitted after the above dates will be charged an additional $10 late fee. The first payment(s) is due at time of submitting the form if form is submitted after enrollment deadline each semester.
*Payment for new students for their first semester is due by Orientation Day to move in to the dorm and/or begin courses for the semester. New students are strongly encouraged pay their first semester balance in full (approximately $6,200.00 average) or enroll in the payment plan and make their first two payments (approximately $2,450.00 average) before arriving on campus. However, payment may be cared for during Orientation.
are assessed on the eighth (8) of each month. (Late fees are assessed
for late payments or underpayments.)
To enroll in the Campus Payment Plan,
please log in to your my.moody.edu student portal (current students) >
Students tab > Moody Central
>Student Accounts > Moody Payment Plan Enrollment. If you have any questions regarding the payment plan, please contact email@example.com
or (312) 329-4223.
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