Move at a Solid Pace
We require that all River City Leadership College students take a minimum of 15 credit hours per semester, but they are able to take more if they wish, though it isn’t recommended with such a demanding ministry schedule.
An Amazing Discount
River City Leadership College students are currently given an amazing discounted rate of $265 per credit hour through SAGU. This is over 50% online tuition discount for SAGU’s AA in Bible.
Federal Financial Aid Available
River City Leadership College students are eligible for federal assistance to help pay for school expenses.
Tuition and Fees
Fall 2017 – Spring 2018
Tuition – $3,975 (15 credit hours)
Technology Fee – $390
Practicum Fee – $700
Housing – $1,200
Total Cost per Semester – $6,265*
*Does not include meals or books
Q: Can I apply for financial aid to attend River City Leadership College?
A: You can apply for Federal Financial Aid to help pay for college. We want to help you make sure you are getting the most out of your Federal Financial Aid. Here are some helpful tips.
Q: What is FAFSA?
A: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a way for you to receive financial help in paying for college.
Q: How do I apply for financial aid?
A: Through our partnership with SAGU, you are able to have full access to Federal Financial Aid. When you file for FAFSA, use the Southwestern Assemblies of God University School Code: 003616.
Q: When should I apply for financial aid?
A: The earlier that you apply for Federal Assistance, the likelier you are to be awarded more money. Most of the money available is on a first-come, first-serve basis, so you’ll want to apply for financial aid as soon as you can, even if you haven’t yet been accepted as a River City Leadership College or SAGU student.
You can start filing for FAFSA as early as January 1 for the following academic year. The priority deadline is March 2nd. If you are waiting on your tax information for the current year, you can update your FAFSA at a later date when you receive your updated tax information. In the meantime, you can use your tax information from the previous year to go ahead and apply for FAFSA. Again, the earlier you do it, the better your chance is for more money.
Q: What if I’m undecided about where I’ll attend school? Should I still complete my FAFSA early?
A: You should still apply for FAFSA as early as you can (January 1). You can mark more than one school on your FAFSA application if you aren’t yet fully decided on which school you will attend. This way, you won’t have to reapply for FAFSA if you choose to go to school at a different place than your original plan.
Want more information regarding federal assistance? After being accepted as a Leadership College applicant, students will have a SAGU financial aid counselor who will guide each of them through any and all financial questions along the way.