FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I pay?
Payment for each student can be made by mail or online through the 3DTC website.
If paying by mail, write a check out to Disciple Makers Multiplied. In the memo line of the check write the student’s name and “3DTC payment.” Mail the check to the following address:
Disciple Makers Multiplied
3D Training Center
PO Box 7758
Beaumont, TX 77726
If paying online, go to 3DTC.org and click the yellow “give” button at the top of the webpage and leave your student’s name in the comment section. A credit card is required for this payment method.
For the 2023-2024 school year, tuition will be $6,300 for the entire year or $3,150 per semester. Payment can be made all at once or there is a broken-down payment schedule on 3DTC website under the “costs” tab.
Where will I live?
You will be living at our new center for 3DTC. The address is: 2932 Business Highway 96 South, Silsbee, TX 77656.
Ladies will dorm in the main building. Guys will dorm in an adjacent building.
Learn more about our 3DTC Campus accommodations here.
How will I get to and from school?
Local transportation will be provided by 3DTC for students without their own vehicles. We provide transportation for our students to and from classes which are held at Beaumont Bible Church.
If the student has their own vehicle and can pay related expenses, they are welcome to bring and use their personal car.
Can I travel home during the year or for the holidays?
Yes. We will have a Thanksgiving and Christmas break. These travel expense will not be covered by tuition and the student should arrange travel days to not interrupt or miss class. Other than these scheduled breaks, students are expected to be in town for studies and various ministry outreaches being done throughout the year.
For full schedule visit 3DTC.org, click here.
How will I pay for food and other living expenses?
Housing, meals, travel for field trips, and books for classes will be paid for through your payments and with subsidies from 3DTC sponsors.
What will classes be like?
Students will study through all of the Old and New Testaments. In many cases a verse-by-verse approach will be used. Also, foundational doctrines and theological truths pertaining to the Christian faith will be learned. Each course will be taught through lectures, daily quizzes, guest speakers, outside readings, and formal exams. Course modules will be completed in one- or two-week intervals. Students will also have the opportunity to learn basic biblical languages. In addition to these academic pursuits, students will be given occasions to put what they are learning into practice through formal evangelistic outreaches and youth teaching opportunities.