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UCAP | Tuition and Aid

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2011-2012 Tuition (Beginning Fall, 2011)
UCAP (5 and 10 week classes with 20 classroom hours)
$508 per credit hour
Tuition Deferment (per 15 week semester) $25
Course Fees (per 15 week semester)
All Independent Study Courses $75
All Catalogue Courses Taken Independently $75
Art Courses $40
Lab Fees: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Science $50
Microcomputers (per credit hour) $5-15
Ursuline Studies $40
Credit by Examination (Test-outs)
Per Credit Hour $35
Prior Learning Assessment
Application Fee $25
Per credit hour awarded $50
Other Fees
UCAP Application Fee $25
Graduation Fee $100
Schedule Change (Drop Fee) $15
CLEP Transcript Transfer Fee $10
Transcripts (No Charge for First One) $3

Tuition Deferment
If you receive tuition reimbursement from your employer, Ursuline College allows you to defer your tuition payment until 30 days after the semester ends. To participate in the deferment, please provide a copy of your employer's educational reimbursement policy and a $25 fee.

Students must fill out and sign a Tuition Deferment Form before each semester. This agreement represents a financial obligation between you and the College.

Financial Aid
In order to receive financial aid (grants, scholarships and/or loans), you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Ursuline College code is 003134. A FAFSA must be completed each academic year. Once your FAFSA application is processed, a Student Aid Report (SAR) will be generated from the Department of Education. When Ursuline College receives your SAR, and your admissions file is complete, an Award Notification package will be generated. This package will include federal grants, state grants, federal loans and any outside scholarships you may be receiving.

Financial aid may be used toward costs for travel abroad, if connected to a course. Please meet with a representative in financial aid to see if you qualify.

Course Cancellation or Drops
If your class is cancelled, a UCAP representative will contact you prior to the start of your class. Your advisor will help you choose an alternative course or you will receive a full refund for the cancelled class.

If you wish to drop a course, you should contact the UCAP office as soon as possible. Students are not permitted to withdraw from a class after the 3rd class session. If you are receiving financial aid, you will need to notify the Financial Aid Office at 440 646 8329; dropping a class may affect your award.

Refund Schedule for 5 or 10 Week Courses
Before the 2nd class - 100% refund
Before the 3rd class - 50% refund
After the 3rd class - 0% refund