Prepare in Chicago. Go change your world
Institutional control: Private
School type: Undergraduate
Academic calendar: Semesters
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
School size: Small (fewer than 2,000 students)
Student-faculty ratio: 17:1
Online offered: Yes
COSTS AND AID (2017–2018)
Undergraduate in-state tuition (per academic year): $0 ($10,560 paid by grants)
Undergraduate out-of-state tuition (per academic year): $0 ($10,560 paid by grants)
Room and board (per academic year): $10,300
Average additional fees: $2,400 for Student Services Fees
Grants: Yes (Undergraduate Chicago Tuition Grant and Pell Grant)
Loans: Private student loans acceptable
Work-study programs: No
Average GPA: 3.45
Average ACT score: 25
Average SAT score: 1086
Essay required: Yes
Interview required: No
- Early Decision: December 1
- Regular Decision: March 1
Application fee: $50
TOP 5 MAJORS
Pre-counseling and Human Services
Biblical Studies and Theology
Ministry training for all students
Internships in your chosen field
Chicago ministry opportunities
You can get equipped with the truth of God’s Word to impact the world for Christ. Attend Moody’s undergraduate, seminary, or distance learning school and prepare for ministry wherever God takes you. Step closer to the future you want.
You’ll live in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, blocks from Lake Michigan, the Magnificent Mile, and acres of public parks. Get discounts on many city attractions with your student ID. You can gain urban ministry skills as you serve in churches, youth ministries, rescue missions, schools, inner-city ministries, and more.
Your free tuition
Your full-time undergraduate education at Moody is already paid for! You’re only responsible for room, board, and textbooks. You can get financial aid from grants, federal loans, scholarships, veteran benefits, and even payment plans to help you pay as you go.
You can choose from more than 30 undergraduate majors, so you’ll graduate ready to enter your chosen field. Prepare for the future with solid biblical instruction. Get practical training and ministry experience that looks great on a résumé and helps you get a job.
Your faculty mentors bring a wealth of academic knowledge and ministry strategies to the classroom. Learn from professors with years of academic and practical experience. Nomatter what your major is, you’ll be challenged and supported academically and spiritually.
Your free time
You can enjoy many activities at Moody, including intercollegiate basketball, cross-country, soccer, volleyball, and intramural sports. Maybe you’ll join Moody’s nationally ranked debate society, a musical ensemble, the student newspaper, the yearbook staff, the improv cast, Puente (Latinoclub), Kesher (Jewish club), or one ofthe many other student groups.