For students enrolled in a Doctoral program, tuition is assessed by semester. For students enrolled in a Masters program, tuition is assessed on a per credit basis for each degree and certificate program. All programs have a minimum number of required semesters. Students pay the tuition charges plus applicable fees each semester they are enrolled. Please refer to the tuition schedules below for the minimum number of semesters in each program.
Total degree program costs will vary depending on the length of time spent in a program and whether the program requires a Master’s Project.
Tuition is due at registration and does not include the cost of field study fees.
Please Note: Tuition and fees charges are subject to change each academic year, for both continuing and new students, effective with the summer semester (June).
Tuition Billing and Payment Information
Once the registration has been submitted in myAntioch, the student should proceed to the “Pay On My Account” section and make the necessary payment. If a student is a financial aid recipient, payment should be made for any balance not covered by the NET aid award. The Student Accounts Office is available for assistance on this.
If payment of an outstanding balance is not completed by the Registration Deadline as noted in the Academic Calendar, the student registration will be administratively withdrawn from the semester. Seats in all classes will be forfeited. At that time, the student will be placed on financial hold and will need to contact the Student Accounts Office to make payment arrangements, including payment of Late Fees. Once payment arrangements are completed, access to registration will be provided and the student will need to re-submit their registration. There is no guarantee that seats for all courses will be available for re-submitted registrations.
Students that have not registered by the Registration Deadline will be placed on financial hold and registration access will not be permitted. Payment arrangements, including payment of late fees, will then need to be completed with the Student Accounts Office prior to accessing registration.
Students with an outstanding balance from a current or previous semesters will not be permitted registration access in a subsequent semester until the account is cleared.
Acceptable Financing of Outstanding Balances:
- Payment in full, either by check or credit card
- Payment deferment based on pending student loans to cover the total balance due
- Enrollment in tuition payment plan with Tuition Management Systems, Inc. (TMS)
- Approved payment from a qualified third party payor
In most cases, tuition reimbursement from employers is not considered an acceptable financing option. If you have specific questions about employer-paid tuition benefits, please contact the Student Accounts Office.
Registering for classes obligates the student for payment of applicable tuition, fees, and other charges on a student’s account. Failure to attend classes does not constitute withdrawal from Antioch or exemption from tuition payment.
A student is considered to be enrolled for the semester as of the first day of the semester (as defined by the academic calendar.) This date is separate from the first class meeting day.
Please Note: You cannot receive transcripts or diplomas until your account is clear.
Important Notice for Credit Card Users
In accordance with our credit card Merchant Agreement, any refund due to a student within ninety days of a credit card transaction must first be refunded directly to that credit card. Students will be notified via Antioch email if this should occur.
Tuition Payment Plan
Managed by Tuition Management Systems, Inc. (TMS), this interest-free monthly payment option allows students to spread each semester’s tuition over several months for a nominal per semester enrollment fee. All payments are made directly to TMS. This plan is available to all students unless they have applied for financial aid which exceeds their tuition and fee amounts. For further information, please contact TMS at 800-722-4867 or at www.afford.com/antiochne/
It is the policy of Antioch University New England that if your account is cancelled by TMS for any reason during two (2) consecutive semesters, your option to enroll with TMS for future semesters will be jeopardized.