2017-2018 Tuition and Fees, Employment, Matching Scholarship Program, and more found here!
Tuition and fees listed in this Handbook are valid for the 2017-2018 academic year only. Tuition is subject to change. Iliff offers a unique savings opportunity for those students able to enroll for more than 8 credits each quarter. Those taking from 8 to 14 credits each term are charged the same price as 8 credits only, which can mean considerable tuition savings. (Please see below for specific charges.)
MASTER’S DEGREE TUITION
Full-Time: 8-14 credits per quarter: $6,608 per quarter; $19,824 for three quarters; $826 per credit for each credit over 14.
Part-Time: 1-7 credits per quarter: $826 per credit.
Application Fee: $60
The application and application fee are valid for a period of one year from the original anticipated enrollment date.
Enrollment Reservation Deposit: $300
Iliff requires the submission of a $300 nonrefundable deposit when you accept your admission to reserve your place in the entering class. The enrollment deposit is not a separate or additional fee: it will be deducted from your first tuition bill. The Enrollment Confirmation Form and deposit are due thirty (30) days from the date of your admission letter.
Graduation Fee: $200 for all master’s degrees.
Technology Fee: $100 each quarter.
Supervision Fee: $50 per quarter Internship
Consultation and Formation Fee: one time for all three assessments: $75
Student Activities Fee: $15 charged each quarter when enrolling in four or more credits.
Fee for change in course registration after the announced date (e.g., add/drop): $25
Late registration fee: $100 after the first week of classes.
Non-online registration for continuing degree students: $50.00
Continuing Registration Fee: $50 each quarter (excluding summer) for any student not registered who wishes to remain an active student in a master’s degree program.
Late payment fee: 1% of the account balance if over $100; calculated at the end of each month.
Fee to remove each grade of Incomplete: $25
Parking fee (non-resident students): $200 for the year or $55 per quarter.
Replacement of lost Student Identification card: $30
Payment of tuition is due the first day of each quarter unless arrangements for payments satisfactory to the Business Office are made during registration. If deferred payments are arranged, there is a late payment fee of 1% charged at the end of each month for any balance of $100 or more. All accounts must be current at the beginning of each quarter.
Refunds of tuition will be granted on the following scale if the student drops a class for any reason:
within the first week of the quarter 100%
within the second week of the quarter 75%
within the third week of the quarter 50%
No refunds available after the third week of the quarter
Student fees may be amended by action of the Iliff Administration on an as-needed basis. If student groups wish to amend their fees, the following process should be followed: first, by appropriate action of Student Senate, a fee adjustment should be proposed and student feedback solicited. Next, Student Senate will vote in favor/denial of the proposed change and, if supported, the fee adjustment will be submitted in writing to the Chief Financial Officer of the school. Third, the CFO takes appropriate action to validate or deny the proposal and sets the date at which the proposed change will take effect for student billing. All interested parties will collaborate regarding how best to communicate the fee change to students and other parties around the school.
Students can spread tuition and fees over the ten week quarter. If this is an option you are interested in, please contact Suzanne Mueller at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at303-765-3126. Several plans are available and include a three payment and nine payment plan.
Three Payment Plan: The first payment is due at the end of week three of the quarter, the second payment is due at the end of week six, and the final payment is due at the end of week nine.
Nine Weekly Payments: The first payment is due by the end of the first week of class; the second payment would be due by the end of the second week of class, and the rest of the payments would follow the same guidelines with the final payment to be made by the end of week nine.
Please note: if you select a payment plan, you will not be allowed to register for class for the next quarter until your account balance is paid in full, or request a transcript. A hold will be placed on your account for as long as there is a balance.