* For advanced payment, payment plans also available
At a minimum, Tuition Lock Program participants are assured of tuition savings at least equal to the amount of the Lock Fee over four years, with potential savings of up to three times the Lock Fee.
Only freshman in their entering year are eligible. To lock in a fixed rate, students pay a non-refundable fee in full with their first tuition payment at the beginning of the academic year (fall) or by the College’s first billing in January. The amount of the fee is based on 80% of the projected tuition savings for the sophomore (2nd year) and junior (3rd year) years as determined by the College according to its revenue projection plan. If the student waits to lock until the January deadline, a “late lock” charge of an extra 10% will be added to the published Lock Fee.
At a minimum, Tuition Lock Program participants are assured of tuition savings at least equal to the amount of the lock fee by the end of their senior year (4th year). Likewise, a cap is placed on the amount of tuition savings that can be realized through the program. If the cumulative tuition savings in the participant’s 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years more than triples the amount of the student’s paid lock fee, a Tuition Adjustment Fee may be applied for the tuition savings amount that exceeds the cap in the fourth and fifth years.
The Tuition Lock Fee is non-refundable. Students who leave the College leave the Tuition Lock Program. If they re-enroll at a later date, they will be responsible for paying the full published tuition rate current at the time of their (re-) enrollment.
The Tuition Lock Program gives students five years to complete their degree. In extending the program one year beyond the typical four-year degree program, the College assumes five continuous years of enrollment. However, circumstances occasionally prevent a student from finishing a degree without interruption. If a student desires to take a one-year absence from classes with the intention of returning, they may do so within the five –year period of the Lock Program. To exercise this allowance, they must:
These payments are non-refundable and will apply directly to the tuition for the year following the sabbatical year. This allowance can only be applied to one year of absence for each student.
The College provides a tuition payment agreement to each student prior to the beginning of the school year so that both the College and its students can plan their budgets accordingly. Tuition agreements distributed by the business office each spring must be returned by the posted deadline, accompanied by a $200 non-refundable deposit. Because the College limits enrollment, students who fail to submit their tuition agreements and deposits by the posted deadline will lose the privilege of enrolment for the following year, and the College may give their place in the student body to another eligible applicant. The following Refund Policies apply to undergraduates and courses offered Jerusalem, Nicea, Chalcedon, and Westminster terms.
All students who pay full- or part-time tuition for the year in advance are subject to the following refund rates and schedules, if they withdraw in accordance with the College’s rules governing withdrawals.
All auditors and students who pay tuition or fees based on our per course rates are subject to the following refund rates and schedules, if they drop or withdraw in accordance with the College’s rules governing drops and withdrawals.
If at any time a student finds it necessary to nullify or modify their tuition agreement made with the college, New Saint Andrews will retroactively (from the beginning of the current academic year) recalculate the total tuition owed based on our per class rates. This allows us to maintain the integrity of our rates to full-time students. This recalculation may result in additional fees payable to the College.
Due in full the first day of each term.
Undergrad Auditor’s Fee: $425 per course per term
Graduate Auditor’s Fee: $475
Due in full the first day of each term.
In order to drop or withdraw from a course, the student must submit a completed Drop/Add form to the Registrar, along with the required fee. A student may drop a course in the first two weeks of a term. Dropping a course removes a student’s record of enrollment for that course. A student may withdraw from a course in the third, fourth, or fifth week of a term, but these withdrawals will be indicated on the student’s transcript with a “W” posted for each withdrawn course. Students may not withdraw from a course after Friday of the fifth week of a term without the permission of the Dean, and may be subject to a fee.
This fee is charged to all payments that are more than three business days late. A service charge of 1.5 percent per month will be charged on all past due accounts.
This helps cover expenses for your diploma and commencement.
These robes are required for both graduate and undergraduate students (except freshmen).