Answering God's Call

Follow Me and I will make you fishers of men.

How to become a student

1. Review Degree Options
From undergrad to doctorate, from social work to theology, find your place here.
2. Consider Visiting Us
New Orleans is a city like no other. Visit our campus to see how ministry combines with academics.
3. Complete an Application
Answering God's call is a lifelong commitment. Let's talk more to see how NOBTS can help you.

Value Meets Affordability

  • Tuition

    Tuition at NOBTS is signifantly lower than the national average. Students from SBC churches pay around $270 per credit hour for on-campus courses. Download our tuition and fees HERE.


    The Financial Aid Office offers a number of scholarships for full-time and part-time students at all levels of education.

  • Caskey Center for Church Excellence

    The Caskey Center provides full tuition scholarships for Baptist bivocational/ small church ministers from selected states. These scholarships apply to certificate, undergraduate, or master's students in any NOBTS delivery system.

  • Baptist College Partnership Program

    Through the BCPP, those with undergraduate hours in religion may be eligible for a head start on graduate studies. Students can test out or take seminars for up to 37 hours of master's level credit, while paying a greatly reduced cost for these courses.

  • Monthly Payment Plans

    Instead of paying for seminary up front each semester, NOBTS offers a monthly payment plan that divides tuition into more manageable installments.

  • Student Housing

    NOBTS has affordable campus housing options for single students, married couples, and families with rates that are typically half the cost of living in the city.

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Where need
meets opportunity

As a major port city, New Orleans is home to people from across the globe, but only a small minority identify as evangelical Christians. As you train for a lifetime of ministry at NOBTS, we encourage you to get your hands dirty in a city that is in desperate need of the gospel.

Why is New Orleans a NAMB Send City?

Because the world is here.


88% unaffiliated with
an evangelical church


45% unaffiliated with
any religious body


1 SBC church per
every 6,930 residents