Tuition and Fees*
|ABP Application Fee||
|Geneva Cost per Credit||
|CUBM Grant (40%) for One Credit||
|CUBM Cost for One Credit||
|Geneva Cost per Three Credits||
|CUBM Grant (40%) for Three Credits||
|CUBM Cost for Three Credits||
|Personal Enrichment per class (non-credit)||
|Student Activity Fee (each semester except summer)||
*effective date 06/01/2014
All checks should be made payable to Geneva College and should include the student’s identification number. Students may use MasterCard or VISA to make tuition payments. (Students paying by credit card will be subject to a 5% surcharge) Tuition and fees for the semester are due ten (10) days before the first day of classes. Interest of 1.25% per month is charged to accounts not paid in 30 days. All charges, minus financial aid, are to be paid ten days before the start of classes.
Refunds for tuition charges are given to students who withdraw completely from all courses before the completion of four weeks of a traditional 15-week semester according to the following schedule:
|When a student withdraws from all courses:||then tuition is refunded at:|
|Before classes begin||100%|
|Before the end of the 1st week of classes||80%|
|Before the end of the 2nd week of classes||60%|
|Before the end of the 3rd week of classes||40%|
|Before the end of the 4th week of classes||20%|
|After the 4th week of classes||0%|
The effective date of withdrawal is based on when the Registrar’s office has been properly notified. Refunds for students who withdraw from classes taken in summer or other non-traditional schedules will be based on the general principle derived from the table above. In general, no refunds will be given after 25% of the class has elapsed.
Here you will find the resources you need to understand the funding that is available to help meet the expenses that are involved. Having a full knowledge of the Financial Aid process is integral to making the most of the assistance available. Timely application for financial assistance is the first step to financing an education. The purpose of Financial Aid is to assist the student when circumstances limit the student’s ability to contribute toward the total tuition cost.
Completing all the necessary steps to receive financial assistance takes time and preparation. Our Admissions/Financial Aid counselors are available to help you every step of the way.
Many organizations offer general information about financial aid and often include tools and tips for following the financial aid process.
Listed below are some free financial aid Websites:
FinAid This site has excellent information for new students about financial aid
Loan New Borrower Entrance Counseling- a counseling session is required before the disbursement of funds. You can complete this online using your FAFSA Pin Number at www.studentloans.gov.