Our Generation Training Center
Personal Mentoring | Practical Training | Biblical Teaching
The Administration strives to keep tuition at a minimum so that education is affordable for each student.
Cost per credit: $120
Cost per Semester: $1,800 (15 credits)
Estimated Cost of Books & Materials per Semester: $100 – $200
- Pay for the entire semester in advance, 10% off
- Pay for the entire year in advance, 15% off
- Pay monthly in 12 months
- Pay monthly in 8 months
Methods of Payment:
Housing for single students living in the OGTC provided apartments will cost $300 per month and up depending on the type of accomodation. These prices include all utilities with the exception of Internet expenses.
Students living in the apartments provided by the OGTC will have the needed amenities to prepare their own meals at their own cost.
Students are encouraged to take mission trips to gain greater experience in missions, but all trips must be approved and must take place during a break.
Students are required to take an internship at the end of the program in order to graduate. Each trip will be based on current airfares and cost of living in each country. Students will be encouraged and trained on how to raise offerings and monthly support for each trip.
All payments are due between the first and fourth day of each month or new trimester as applicable. Full monthly payments are due even in months with holidays and/or missions trips. Make checks payable to:
Vision Baptist Missions, Inc.
P.O. Box 442
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Payments not received by the applicable due date will accrue a late fee of $15.00 per week late. Students will not be allowed to take missions trips, graduate, or receive transcripts if they have outstanding balances. While it is not the desire of the OGTC to dismiss students for financial reasons, if the administration determines that the student is not making sufficient effort to fulfill obligations, dismissal will result.
Students with an outstanding tuition and/or housing bill of $1000 or more will be asked to drop out of classes until the bill is brought below $1000 and a debt reduction plan is presented and approved. Students may request work assistance to work off any outstanding student debt. Students whose tuition bill is not fully paid up will not be allowed to graduate.
The weekly class schedule is such that it will allow students ample time to work and earn money to offset the expense of their education. All students needing financial help are encouraged to find employment. Work schedules must be agreed upon with the employer prior to accepting employment that will not hinder the student from attending any regularly scheduled church service. Students are not allowed to work at any establishment requiring them to serve alcohol.