TUITION (2013-2014 academic year)
Effective for Summer I, 2013
$561.00 per credit
$1,122.00 per 2-credit course
$1,683.00 per 3-credit course
$2,244.00 per 4-credit course
TUITION - ONLINE REHABILITATION COUNSELING (2013-2014 academic year)
$421.00 per credit
$1,263.00 per 3-credit course
$1,684.00 per 4-credit course
$30 application fee (waived if Assumption alumni)
$20 registration fee per semester
$100 promissory note default fee
$100 graduate degree audit fee
Tuition and fees may be paid online via Payment Gateway (see below), Personal Check, Federal Stafford Loans, Alternative Loans, Key Monthly payment plan. For personal checks, please be sure to include your student ID number on the check.
Tuition and fees are subject to review on an annual basis.
The total cost of attendance is determined by the credit hours of specific graduate programs.
Massachusetts State Law requires that any student enrolled in six or more credits in the fall or spring semester must submit evidence of health insurance coverage or the student will be automatically enrolled in the College's insurance plan. For more information visit health insurance requirements.
Assumption College has just made paying your graduate student account easier. Payment Gateway can be used to remit your tuition, fees, and application fee online via checking, statement savings, or credti/debit card. Please note that a small convenience fees is applied to credit/debit card payments.
Please visit https://assumption.afford.com/ to make your online payment. You will need your student ID number when making online payments. For more information on how to use Payment Gateway, download the following instructions: Payment Gateway-How to pay my student account online.
All fees and policies are subject to change without notice at the discretion of the Trustees of the College.
No consideration will be given to an application for a refund unless the student has given notice to the Program Director at the time of withdrawal from a course. No fee paid, or any portion thereof, is returnable as a matter of right upon a student’s withdrawal from the College. Where illness, physical disability or extraordinary circumstances require a student to leave, he/she may file with the Director of Graduate Enrollment a written statement of the causes of such withdrawal, accompanied by a statement from the registrar giving the date of withdrawal.
The “date of withdrawal” is the date on which the student has actually notified the department. Refunds on tuition will be made according to the following schedule:
Withdrawal prior to the 1st class session ...............100%
Withdrawal prior to the 2nd class session ...............90%
Withdrawal prior to the 3rd class session ................50%
Withdrawal after the 3rd class session ......................0%