Tuition/Financial Aid


• Tuition (for credit): US$150 per credit hour (US$450 per course) 

• Tuition (audit—not for credit): $50US per course

• One-time application fee: US$25 

• Technology fee: US$15 per semester

Tuition/fees for courses taught online through William Carey University (WCU) will be paid as per the WCU schedule (see WCU catalogue at 

Students must pay all tuition before classes begin each semester. Payment may be made by credit card (please complete the Credit Card Authorisation Form with your application) or by cheque made out to Northwestern Caribbean Baptist Theological Seminary and mailed to NCBTS, PO Box 571, Grand Cayman, KY1-1502, Cayman Islands.  

A reduction of tuition/fees and its subsequent reimbursement is calculated when a student drops classes or withdraws from school. The percentage used in the calculation will be based on the week of the semester during which the class was officially dropped.  Full reimbursement of course tuition/fees paid will be given in the event the course does not materialise.

After you have submitted your application, please click on the button below and complete the form which gives authorisation for payment with a credit/debit card. If you have any questions about the payment options, please contact Elizabeth Evans at 1 (345) 946-2422.


A limited number of students may receive financial aid through scholarships made available as grants under conditions established by donors. Major consideration is given to a student’s church-related activity and promise of effectiveness in Christian ministry and academic performance. Applications for scholarships and financial aid grants are available. For more information call the Seminary office on +1 (345) 946-2422. 

When students are confronted with financial crises caused by serious illness, death, or other unforeseen emergencies for which the funds are not enough, NCBTS will consider options in meeting students’ financial need.


The seminary will seek to help students with securing additional financial aid through providing contact information and supportive documents for churches, private foundations, and other organisations which provide grants and loans to seminary students. The student will need to contact the appropriate foundations, agencies or persons. For additional information, please contact the Registrar directly or the Seminary office (