Gateway Online FAQ

How much does it cost?

The cost per unit for online classes is the same as face-to-face classes; however, there is an additional per-class fee for online classes. Please see the tuition and fees page for the latest information. Scroll down to the "Other Fees" section to find the additional online course fee.

Is financial aid available for online students?

Currently, the only scholarship available to online students is for church planters. Students may fill out the application here or contact the Admissions Office with questions.

What are the admission requirements?

For admissions requirements click here.
For specific questions, students may contact .

Can I transfer credit from another school?

After students have completed the application for admission, they may submit a transfer request to the registrar to determine which classes may be transferred. For more information, please contact the Office of the Registrar.

Can I transfer online courses to another school?

Online courses are accredited just as any other Gateway Seminary course. In general, this accreditation should allow them to be transferred to another school or seminary. However, each school has its own policies, so you should confirm transfer courses with the school to which you are transferring. Note that your transcript will not indicate whether or not your courses were taken on campus or online.

How do I request my transcripts?

To request a transcript, click here.

Will I have access to library resources?

Online students have the same online library access as students attending a physical campus. You can always call the library at 1-888-442-8715 (toll free) or send an email to the Director of Library Services. In some online courses, an embedded librarian is available to help you with your library related assignments. To learn about having items sent to you from a campus library, read about Bookbag requests. To find articles and books available online, use the SeekFirst text box at the top of the library resources home page.

What if I have problems with my online course?

Once enrolled, all students have 24/7 access to phone support for any technical issues they may encounter. For degree planning and other common student questions, students may contact Gateway Online by emailing . For help with issues regarding class content, students can expect prompt and personal attention from their professors.