Tuition and Fee Schedule 2012-2013
The following schedule was approved by the Board of Trustees. Tuition payments are due at the beginning of each semester; however a payment plan may be arranged. Note: Tuition is subject to refund based upon policy; however, fees are non-refundable.
Graduate tuition (& Program-Specific Fees)
All programs $100 enrollment fee applied toward first semester tuition
Individualized Masters of Arts tuition
$799/semester credit hour
Residency Fee: $100/residency
Thesis Maintenance tuition: $1800/semester
Conflict, Management, and and IMA application fee $50
Note: all application fees WAIVED for on-line applications
Enrollment fee $100
Leave of Absence fee $30
General fee $200/sem
Re-enrollment fee $50
Transcript (1st class mail) $5/ea
Transcript (same day service) $10/ea
Transcript (overnight UPS) $25/ea
Late Registration fee $50
Late Payment fee $50
Return check fee (per check) $25
Payment plan fee $30
Graduation application fee $80
Replacement diploma fee $20
Note: Students should budget for books and supplies, which vary with each program.
Students are required to pay tuition on or before the first day of the semester. If payment is not received in the Student Accounts Office by the first day of the semester, a late fee will be charged.
If tuition payments and late fees go unpaid 60 days after the initial payment was due, the student will be withdrawn and the account will be turned over to a collection agency. A collection-processing fee will be charged to the student's account.
Note: Faculty will not review academic work while a student's account is past due. Additionally, students are not permitted to register for classes if tuition is outstanding.
Students are responsible for informing the Student Accounts Office if payment will be late, regardless of the reason.
If prior arrangements are made with the Student Accounts Office, monthly payments may be applied toward tuition by MasterCard, Visa, or Discover.
The Student Accounts Office will send an authorization form along with a Statement of Account before the beginning of each semester for the student to complete and return.
Note: Each term must be paid in full prior to starting the next term. Checks are payable to Antioch University Midwest. If a student resides outside of the United States, all checks must be payable in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank.
Tuition Refund Schedule
Please note that this refund schedule is in effect for all students registered in any AUM course offered in an academic program. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of the semester start/end dates and to note that they may or may not correspond with their first day of class.
100% refund-drop prior to the beginning and through day 6 of the semester
50% refund-drop during days 7-13 of the semester
No refund for drops/withdrawals on/after day 14
Continuing education students receive 100% refund less a $50 handling fee if they drop within 5 business days prior to seminar start. No refund after the 5-day period noted above.