Tuition All prices are in United States dollars (USD). Accepted students: Visit the Student Hub for information about making payments, the payment schedule, and payment plans. Domestic student costs Domestic intern costs International student costs International intern costs Domestic student costs Forerunner School of Ministry (FSM) Tuition (per semester) Activity fee* (per semester) Total (per semester) All students $2,250 $125 $2,375 Also allow for $50 orientation fee for first-semester freshmen and transfers. Forerunner Music Academy (FMA) Tuition (per semester) Activity fee* (per semester) Total (per semester) All students $3,250 $125 $3,375 Also allow for $50 orientation fee for first-semester freshmen and transfers. Forerunner Media Institute (FMI) Tuition (per semester) Activity fee* (per semester) Total (per semester) All students $3,250 $125 $3,375 Also allow for $50 orientation fee in first semester. Domestic intern costs Cost per adult†. See Internships at a Glance for pricing for teens and for children’s tracks » Length Cost Other One Thing Internship Six months $5,600 Includes food and housing Intro to IHOPKC Track 1 – three months $1,275 Track 2 – three months $1,275 Fire in the Night Track 1 – three months $2,900 Includes food and housing Track 2 – three months $2,000 Includes food and housing Simeon Company Track 1 – three months $1,275 Track 2 – three months $1,275 International student costs Annual Costs FSM FMA FMI Tuition for full year $4,500 $6,500 $6,500 Activity fee $250 $250 $250 International administration fee* $500 $500 $500 Living expenses‡ for full year $7,500 $7,500 $7,500 Health insurance‡ for full year $700 $700 $700 Orientation Fee $50 $50 $50 Total‡ $13,500 $15,500 $15,500 *This fee applies to the first two years of study. In subsequent years, international students pay the same tuition rates as domestic students. Other costs remain the same in subsequent years (activity fee, living expenses, health insurance). Please note these costs are estimated for international students studying in English. See tuition for FSM-Chinese. There is also a one-time $50 orientation fee for first-semester freshmen and transfers. International students are required, by law, to provide proof of sufficient financial resources to cover living expenses. IHOPU requires international students to purchase health insurance during their time of study at IHOPU. Read more » If you are married and your spouse and/or children will be accompanying you to the United States, an additional amount of funds amounting to $6,000 for a spouse and $4,000 per child must be available yearly. Read more » International intern costs International interns pay an administration fee and are obliged, by law, to have health insurance and provide proof of sufficient financial resources to cover living expenses. Read more » One Thing Internship Intro to IHOPKC Fire in the Night Simeon Company Tuition $5,200 Track 1: $1,275 Track 2: $1,275 Track 1: $2,700 Track 2: $2,000 Track 1: $1,275 Track 2: $1,275 One-time housing deposit $400 Not applicable $200 Not applicable Administration fee $250 $250 $250 $250 Living expenses‡ Included $6,000 Included $6,000 Health insurance‡ $200 $550 $350 $728 Total $6,050 for six months $9,350 for both tracks $5,500 for both tracks $9,528 for both tracks The One Thing Internship is a six-month program. The other internships offer two three-month tracks. Interns may take only Track 1 if they wish, but many choose to stay for Track 2. If you intend to join IHOPKC staff or transfer to the second semester of IHOPU, you will need to complete both tracks. For more information see Internships Home. Please note these costs are estimated for international interns studying in English. * The activity fee helps to support a variety of services including administration and the library as well as ministry/mission trips and Student Mobilization oversight. † Subject to change. ‡ Estimated. Cost does not include expenses for dependents. Actual cost will vary based on your age. These figures are necessary to international applicants because IHOPU requires a guarantee of financial resources from each applicant who expects to obtain and maintain M-1 student status. International students are also required to have health insurance. Read more » Because we value students graduating debt-free from International House of Prayer University, we are committed to keeping tuition costs low and expenses at a minimum. The international administration fee supports the university’s staff administrators and expenses incurred for services.