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Tuition & Fees
$41,200 annually / $20,600 per semester
Part-time student, per academic credit(undergraduate and graduate)
$3,632 annually / $1,816 per semester
Private instruction for part-time student (one hour lesson per week)
$16,480 annually / $8,240 per semester
Minor instrument instruction(available to full-time students only)
Enrollment Reservation Deposit (refundable only if student has registered): $500
Library/Security Deposit (new students only): $50
Comprehensive Fee (per semester): $425
Health Services Fee (per semester): $80
Term Payment Plan Fee: (per semester): $50
Late Registration Fee
First week: $250
Each subsequent week: $50
Late Payment Fee: $75
Late Tuition Payment Plan Fee: $25
Non-Sufficient Funds Fee: $25 Transcripts (one issued without charge; fee charged for all subsequent transcripts): $10
The $110 application fee must accompany the Application for Admission (www.unifiedapps.org). The $500 enrollment reservation is required of all new and returning students and is credited to the tuition payment due for the Fall semester. The enrollment reservation is non-refundable if the student fails to register, and is due from new graduate and postgraduate students by April 15, from new undergraduate students by May 1 and from returning students by June 15.
The balance of Fall tuition and fees must be paid at the time of Fall registration, and the Spring tuition and fees must be paid at the time of Spring registration. Students may also enroll in the Term Payment Plan which requires a $50 participation fee. More information can be found on the Term Payment Plan page.
Payments can be made by cash, check, or credit card:
All full-time students (12 credits and more) are required to have medical insurance. All domestic, full-time students who are not covered under a comparable U.S.-issued health insurance policy must purchase health insurance offered through the Conservatory before being allowed to register. All international, full-time students must purchase health insurance offered through the Conservatory before being allowed to register. Students enrolled for less than 12 credits (part-time status) are not eligible to buy insurance through the Conservatory. Students who take a leave of absence may also be ineligible to continue their health insurance policy through the Conservatory. Students enrolled in Optional Practical Training (OPT) are eligible, but not required, to enroll. More information can be found on the Student Health Insurance Plan page.
Students should come to the Conservatory fully prepared to meet their tuition, fees and living expenses. Prospective students should be realistic about providing for their schooling and living expenses while attending the Conservatory. Part-time jobs may be available through the school or in the community, but it is unrealistic to think that a student can fully cover tuition and living expenses through such employment.
***All full time students are required to have health insurance, either through an individual/family plan or through the Conservatory's Student Health Insurance Plan. The annual cost of the Student Health Insurance Plan is estimated at $2,364 (Fall 8/1-12/31/15 $985, and Spring and Summer 1/1-7/31/16 $1379).
At this time we cannot provide an official Billing Statement until a student has registered for classes. Tuition and fees are not assessed until they have registered because tuition can change based on type of registration (full time, part time, more-than-full time) or if the student enrolls in a minor instrument, etc. Furthermore, the Business Office will not receive an official record of Financial Aid awards or Health Insurance waivers until mid January.
However, you can estimate your bill with the following information:
Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Tuition and Fees:
Tuition: $20,600 (based on standard full-time enrollment)
** The Health Insurance fee increases from the Fall to the Spring semester. In the Fall, the fee covers five months (September through January). In the Spring it covers seven months, which includes the Summer (February through August) so the fee is increased.
To calculate your own balance due:
If you have accepted any financial aid awards, subtract the amount that applies to the Spring semester.
If you will be living in The Panoramic or Columbus Housing please add the applicable Fall semester housing costs.
If you did not attend for the Fall semester, and have paid an enrollment deposit, that amount will be applied to the first semesters tuition; subtract $500.
If this is your first term at the Conservatory, add $50 for your Library Deposit.
This should be your total amount due for the Fall semester.
If you wish to enroll in the Term Payment Plan (TPP) your balance due will be divided into four equal payments, and the $50 enrollment charge will be due with the first payment. More information can be found on the TPP page.
Jan Vierra, Student Accounts Administrator
Shula Aliac, Senior Accounting Manager