Tuition, Fees, & Refunds

Tuition

The cost of tuition is $250 per credit hour. This makes the core courses $750 and the seminar courses $250. An auditing fee of $100 is applicable for seminar courses and $250 for core courses (at the discretion of the Memoria College administration). Currently enrolled master’s students may email tutor@memoriacollege.org for permission to audit a core course. 

*The costs of textbooks are not included in the tuition rates. It is recommended that students purchase a complete set of The Great Books of the Western World. Students may purchase textbooks from a vendor of their choice.

Fees

Application Fee      $50 

Admissions Deposit         $250 This deposit can then be applied to a student’s first course. 

Payment Plan Processing Fee      $30 This fee is built into the deposit and monthly installments.

Refunds

All tuition refunds are based on the date of the start of each class.

In core courses (16 weeks), the tuition refund schedule will be as follows:

    • From registration through the end of the fifth week of class, 100% refund.
    • From the end of the fifth week of class through the end of the eighth week of class, 50% refund.
    • After the end of the eighth week of class, 0% refund unless otherwise determined by the Memoria College administration.

In seminar courses (5 weeks), the tuition refund schedule will be as follows:

    • From registration through the end of the first week of class, 100% refund.
    • From the end of the first week of class through the end of the third week of class, 50% refund.
    • After the end of the third week of class, 0% refund unless otherwise determined by the Memoria College administration.

Students may switch to audit status for seminar courses at any time but will not be offered a refund unless otherwise determined by the Memoria College administration.

If a student applies but does not enroll, the College will refund all tuition paid. The student shall not be obligated for tuition or other instructional charges relating to an enrollment period that had not begun.

If a student withdraws or fails to attend required classes for a period of 30 days during the first half of the enrollment period, the College will officially withdraw the student from the course.

In cases of illness or accident, the College shall refund an amount reasonably related to the period for which the student is not enrolled and shall refund 100% of all other tuition and other fees collected by the College for subsequent enrollment or registration periods.

After completion of 50% of the enrollment period, the College shall not be required to make refunds of tuition or other fees for that period.