We recognize that one of the most common concerns people have when they are considering the Colson Fellows program is simply the question “Can I afford it?”
The better question to ask is “How much is my worldview worth to me?” Most things worth doing require a sacrificial investment from us on some level or another, whether that’s an investment of time, finances, energy…. or in the case of the Colson Fellows program, an investment of all three of those things!
Tuition for the Colson Fellows program is $900 per student, not including additional expenses for books and materials (which is roughly another $200). We work hard here at the Colson Center to ensure that money never has to be a reason why someone chooses not to go through the program. There are a limited number of scholarships available as well as a payment plan option to provide flexibility if finances are a concern.
As Colson Fellows alum Kenneth Crane says, “I started to ask myself, ‘How much do I value this? How much do I value my worldview and not just skating by in life?’ That was what… helped me decide to put down the money. I thought, ‘It’s worth it, I can make it up somehow, God will provide.’ And He did.”
If you want more information about scholarships or a payment plan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our staff will be happy to assist you.