Financial Aid

FEDERAL AID

NOW AVAILABLE AT CMC!

We are excited to announce that due to recent approval from the Department of Education, students of Christ Mission College are now eligible to apply for and receive Title IV Federal Financial Aid. This will make CMC significantly more affordable to our students who already benefit from greatly discounted tuition and fees.

CMC will be working with our Federal Aid consultants Weber & Associates to establish a Virtual Financial Aid Office and will have that available in the near future to further enhance our ability to serve students.

You can start enrolling for our Spring Semester. Students may begin completing FAFSA applications, and Christ Mission College should be selected as the designated school. Contact our Enrollment Manager Sammy Hernandez at 210-688-3101 or Samuel.Hernandez@cmctx.org for more information.

Academic Qualifications for FSA

A student qualifies if he/she:
· Has a high school diploma (this can be from a foreign school if it is equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma.

· Has the recognized equivalent of a high school diploma, such as a general education development (GED) certificate
or other state-sanctioned test or diploma-equivalency certificate.

· Has completed homeschooling at the secondary level as defined by state law in the state which the student was
homeschooled;

· Has completed secondary school education in a home-schooled setting which qualifies for an exemption from
compulsory attendance requirements under state law, if state law does not require a home-schooled student to
receive a credential for their education; or

· Has completed one of the ability-to-benefit (ATB) alternatives and is either currently enrolled in an eligible career
pathway program or first enrolled in an eligible postsecondary program prior to July 1, 2012.

Our FAFSA Code: 042794

CMC Tuition Cost

Amounts reflect tuition, fees, room and board

Per Semester if taking 15 credit hours in an Undergraduate program

Internal Scholarships and Grants 

Our Internal Scholarships and Grants are other ways that you can obtain aid towards your tuition, serving inside and outside the campus.

A/G Minster Dependent Discount
Dependent children of A/G ordained or licensed ministers will receive a $300.00 tuition grant if they live on-campus and $150.00 if they live off-campus.

Married Student (Spouse) Discount
When the spouse of a married student is also attending full-time, a 50% tuition grant may be given per semester.

Immediate Family Discount
When one CMC student is attending full-time in a semester, one other person of that student’s immediate family may receive a 25% tuition grant as a full-time or part-time student in the same semester, if they are not the spouse of the full-time student.

Promotional Scholarship
This $500.00 promotional scholarship is awarded at the discretion of CMC for one male and one female student who will be a freshman during the next upcoming fall semester.

Youth Convention Scholarship
A $500.00 scholarship is awarded at the discretion of CMC for one student who will be a freshmen during the next upcoming fall semester.
(The six participating District Youth Conventions are: Central District/Distrito Central, Midwest Latin American District, South Central Hispanic District, Texas Gulf Hispanic District, Texas Louisiana Hispanic District, and West Texas and Plains District.

College Days Scholarship
A $500.00 scholarship is awarded at the discretion of CMC for one male and one female student that attend any of our Campus Days events and enroll for the following semester.

Students who complete an on-campus job satisfactorily can receive a minimum of $400.00 per semester towards their tuition when they successfully complete the required number of work study hours.

Two Donor Scholarships are awarded annually to continuing students. Applications are available in the Business Office. These scholarships are based on financial need and academic achievement. The amount of these scholarships is determined by the individual donors.

● A.O. Martinez Scholarship
● Severiano & Velia Menchaca Scholarship

District Days Scholarship
The participating Women’s Ministries Departments among the six sponsoring Latin Districts of CMC offer annual scholarships to young men and a young women of their districts who are eligible.

The Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students
This scholarship is awarded by the Intercultural Ministries Department from the General Council of the Assemblies of God. Applications are available in the Business Office and must be sent before February 1.

Making the Difference Scholarship
This scholarship is from the AG Trust and distributed by the Alliance for AG Higher Education between all the Assemblies of God schools. This scholarship is awarded to a new or returning student selected by the scholarship committee. This scholarship is awarded every fall semester.

GRADUATE DEBT FREE

Christ Mission College understands the utmost importance of fulfilling God’s call and pursuing His mission.

  • CMC’s tuition rates are about one-third of what many colleges charge.
  • CMC accepts Veteran’s Benefits and most Private Scholarships.
  • We offer financial aid in the form of internal scholarships, donor sponsorships, and through the CMC work-study program. 
  • CMC offers deferred payment plans, so a student’s tuition, room, and board amount is not due in full at registration.