Tuition, Fees, & Cost of Attendance

Below you'll find information about our current and prior tuition rates. Prescott College offers generous scholarship programs and have outlined tips for paying for college on the Financial Aid Homepage

Programs of Study

2019-2020 Academic Year

Minimum 120 credits required for bachelor’s degree. The per credit rate is currently $1,287*. Full time (12-16 credits) is charged at the 12 credit rate. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition and Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12-16 credits) $15,444.00 $15,444.00
Orientation Fee $1,075.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Freedom Education Fund Fee $30.00 $30.00
Activity Fee $100.00 $100.00
Total Tuition and Fees   $16,814.00 $15,739.00

 

Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses $329.00 $329.00
Estimated Books $180.00 $180.00
Student Insurance**   $1,670.00                           $2,324.00 (includes summer)
Total Indirect Costs   $2,179.00 $2,833.00
Total Estimated Costs   $18,993.00 $18,572.00

**Prescott College requires students to carry medical insurance while enrolled.  Students may opt out of the College’s policy if they have their own coverage by visiting the Insurance section of the Student Life website.

Estimated Living Expenses*** On-Campus**** Term One Term Two
On-Campus Village (double occupancy) $3,495.00 $3,495.00
Required Meal Plan $400.00 $400.00
Estimated Additional Meals $869.00 $869.00
Estimated Personal/Misc. $393.00 $393.00
Total On-Campus   $5,157.00 $5,157.00
Estimated Living Expenses*** Off-Campus**** Term One Term Two
Room and Board $4,081.00 $4,081.00
Required Meal Plan $438.00 $438.00
Total Off-Campus   $4,519.00 $4,519.00

***Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only.  Summer term off-campus living expenses for 3 mo: $2,721.00

****New students- both freshmen and transfers- are required to live on campus, unless exempted from this requirement by the Director of Residence Life.

 

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee. Food costs for field courses are usually shared with fellow students. Personal camping and backpacking equipment is required for most field courses. Certain Adventure Education courses require special personal equipment (e.g., cross-country ski boots and skis or a mountain bike).

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120 

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019 
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at 877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)  as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility.  For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

120 minimum credits required for a bachelor’s degree. The per credit rate is currently $598. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition and Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition $7,176.00 $7,176.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs   $7,341.00 $7,341.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses $860.00 $860.00
Estimated Books $271.00 $271.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,131.00 $1,131.00
Total Estimated Costs   $9,818.00 $8,472.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses** $7,346.00 $7,346.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.

 

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at 877-350-2100ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

 

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Resident Master of Arts is a 36 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $925. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition and Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits/term) $11,100.00 $11,100.00
Orientation Fee (estimated) $1,120.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Freedom Education Fund Fee $30.00 $30.00
Total Direct Costs    $12,415.00 $11,295.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses* $329.00 $329.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $725.00 $725.00
Total Estimated Costs   $13,140.00 $12,020.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses** $5,086.00 $5,086.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only.  Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $3,169.

 

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019 
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to mailto:finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Ph.D. Program is a 72 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $1,298.  Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition and Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $15,576.00 $15,576.00
Orientation Fee $260.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs   $16,001.00 $15,741.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses * $860.00 $860.00
Estimated Books $260.00 $260.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,120.00 $1,120.00
Total Estimated Costs   $17,121.00 $16,861.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only.  Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.

 

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Master of Arts is a 36 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $904. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $10,848.00 $10,848.00
Orientation Fee $0.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs    $11,193.00 $11,013.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses * $860.00 $860.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,256.00 $1,256.00
Total Estimated Costs   $12,449.00 $12,269.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses ** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.

 

Additional Costs: Equine-Assisted Learning Concentration

Equine-Assisted Learning Residential Intensives (4 times per academic year) 
Includes use of facility, instruction, herd of horses, and meals.

Explorations in Equine-Assisted Mental Health and Learning (MAEA/MAEQ 51031) :$650 
August 25-28, 2019

Equines in the Therapeutic and Learning Environment (MAEA/MAEQ 51032): $650
August 18-21, 2019

Group Process and Facilitation in Equine-Assisted Learning (MAEA/MAEQ 51033) : $650 
January Dates TBD

Best Practices Gathering on Equine-Assisted Learning (MAEA/MAEQ 51034): $650 
April Dates TBD   

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019 
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at877-350-2100ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Master of Science is a 60 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $904. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $10,848.00 $10,848.00
Orientation Fee $260.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs   $11,273.00 $11,013.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses* $860.00 $860.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,256.00 $1,256.00
Total Estimated Costs   $12,529.00 $12,269.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176

Additional Costs  
Equine-Assisted Mental Health Residential Intensives (4 times per academic year)
Includes use of facility, instruction, herd of horses and meals.
$650 per intensive, nonrefundable, nontransferable = $2,600
Adventure-Based Therapy and Ecotherapy Residential Intensives (4 times per academic year) $650 per intensive, nonrefundable, nontransferable = $2,600
Expressive Arts Therapy Summer Institute
July 22-August 2, 2019
$2,300.00

 

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019 
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at 877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

The per credit rate for Master of Education is currently $598.  Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

  • The Educational Leadership/Principalship program is a 36 credit degree.
  • The Secondary Education program is a 35 credit degree.
  • The Elementary Education program is a 45 credit degree.
  • The School Guidance Counseling program is a 36 credit degree.
Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $7,176.00 $7,176.00
Orientation Fee $180.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Tuition and Fees   $7,521.00 $7,341.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses $860.00 $860.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,256.00 $1,256.00
Total Estimated Costs   $8,777.00 $8,597.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.00.

 

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019 
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to mailto:finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Master of Arts is a 36 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $294. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $3,528.00 $3,528.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs    $3,693.00 $3,693.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses * $396.00 $396.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,319.00 $1,319.00
Total Estimated Costs   $4,089.00 $4,089.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses ** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at877-350-2100ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

 

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Master of Business Administration is a 30 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $825. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $9,900.00 $9,900.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs    $10,065.00 $10,065.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses * $396.00 $396.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,319.00 $1,319.00
Total Estimated Costs   $11,384.00 $11,384.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses ** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at 877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at Online Tuition Payments.

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

2019-2020 Academic Year

The Master of Science is a 36 credit degree. The per credit rate is currently $725. Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $8,700.00 $8,700.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Direct Costs    $8,865.00 $8,865.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses * $396.00 $396.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,319.00 $1,319.00
Total Estimated Costs   $10,184.00 $10,184.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses ** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at 877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at Online Tuition Payments.

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to finaid@prescott.edu.

 

2019-2020 Academic Year

The per credit rate is currently $598.  Students should expect modest increases in tuition each year.

  • The Educational Leadership/Principalship program is a 36 credit degree.
  • The Secondary Education program is a 35 credit degree.
  • The Elementary Education program is a 45 credit degree.
  • The School Guidance Counseling program is a 36 credit degree.
Tuition And Fees Term One Term Two
Tuition (12 credits) $7,176.00 $7,176.00
Orientation Fee $180.00 $0.00
Sustainability Fee $50.00 $50.00
Technology Fee $115.00 $115.00
Total Tuition and Fees   $7,521.00 $7,341.00
Other Expenses You May Incur Term One Term Two
Estimated Travel Expenses $860.00 $860.00
Estimated Books $396.00 $396.00
Total Indirect Costs   $1,256.00 $1,256.00
Total Estimated Costs   $8,777.00 $8,597.00

*Travel expenses are estimated for travel to and from required Orientation and Colloquia and will vary depending on distance from campus and mode of travel.

Estimated Living Expenses** Term One Term Two
Estimated Living Expenses** $7,426.00 $7,426.00

**Estimated Living Expenses included for financial aid planning purposes only. Summer term living expenses for 3 mo: $5,176.00.

 

Miscellaneous Fees

In addition to the fees mentioned above, additional costs are sometimes associated with field courses, as well as art courses. Certain courses that require extensive travel or extra accommodation costs are assigned an additional course fee.

  • Late payment fee: $25 monthly
  • Late registration: $75 per occurrence
  • Graduation Fee (including video): $120

Payment Deadlines

Tuition must be paid in full or payment arrangements (payment plan or financial aid awards sufficient to cover tuition and fees) must be in place by for each term by the following dates:

  • Fall 2019: July 5th, 2019 
  • Spring 2020: December 6th, 2019
  • Summer 2020: May 8th, 2020

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll you will receive a bill from the Prescott College Business Office.

Students will not be permitted to participate in Orientation or matriculate from Prescott College and until satisfactory payment arrangements are in place.

Tuition Payment Plans

Should you wish to enroll in a tuition payment plan or have any additional questions about tuition payment, please contact our Student Billing Representative at877-350-2100 ext. 4000 or online at  Online Tuition Payments .

Financial Aid

If you expect to have financial aid cover part or all of your tuition and fees, you are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. Prescott College makes every attempt to ensure that all qualified students can attend and assists them in finding financial aid, given individual eligibility. For more information, contact the Prescott College Financial Aid Office at 877-350-2100 ext. 1111 or 928-350-1111. Inquiries by email may be addressed to mailto:finaid@prescott.edu.

Please find tuition and fees for 2018-2019 here.

 

Please find tuition and fees for 2017-2018 here.

Important Information Regarding Withdrawals, Refunds, and Title IV Funds

Withdrawals/Leave of Absences

Withdrawal from Courses Students may elect to withdraw themselves from a course by the published student-initiated withdrawal date for a given term. See the Academic Calendar for specific dates for each term.

  • There will be no refund for “withdrawn” credits/courses.

  • To withdraw from a course, students must complete the Drop/Add/Withdraw form available on the website or from the Office of the Registrar. After the student- initiated withdraw date, students will receive their earned grade per the instructor (credit/letter grade, no credit), or be withdrawn. 

  • Withdrawing or being administratively withdrawn from a course may affect academic standing.

  • Leave of Absence (LOA)/Withdrawing from a Term Students wishing to take a break from their studies or to further educational or personal goals may request a leave of absence (LOA). Students wishing a LOA must submit a written, signed notification (Application for Leave of Absence) to the Office of the Registrar, and comply with all required procedures stated on the form.

    • The effective date of the LOA is the date that the written notice is received in the Registrar’s Office.

    • The effective date of withdrawal will determine whether or not a student is entitled to a refund.

    • A LOA extends for one term.

    • A student may request and be approved for an additional term, for a maximum of two consecutive terms of LOA. No more than two consecutive LOAs will be permitted.

    • Students requesting a LOA after the term in which they are currently enrolled has started but before the term has ended, are considered to be “withdrawing from the term.”

    • The effective date of LOA/term withdrawal will determine whether or not a student is entitled to a refund of “refundable/not-attempted” credits.

    • Military personnel who leave the College in order to perform military service may take a LOA for up to five years; the student must reapply. Please see Veterans Admissions.

    • Forms for Leave of Absence/Withdrawal can be found on the College’s website.

  • A student will be determined to be withdrawn from the College if she/he has not been continuously enrolled. 

  • New students have until the end of New Student Orientation to give written notice of their intent to withdraw.

  • Application and orientation materials fees will not be refunded.


Refunds

Students may be eligible to receive a tuition refund only when a decrease in credit hours changes the students’ number of enrolled credits. The effective date is when a written request (Drop/Add form or Leave of Absence/Withdrawal form) is received in the Office of the Registrar. All refunds are based on the date of the written request to drop credits, calculated as per the schedule below. There will be no refund for “withdrawn” credits/courses. See Calendar for specific drop/add dates per session.

Students who believe that individual circumstances warrant exceptions to this published refund policy may file a formal, written appeal through an exceptions request. The College reserves the right to refuse an appeal of the refund policy.

Students who are considering dropping or withdrawing from school or from particular courses are strongly urged to contact the Financial Aid office to discuss the potential financial ramifications in addition to consulting with their academic adviser for enrollment options. Failure to attend or complete classes and/or withdrawing or dropping courses may result in a recalculation of financial aid eligibility levels and a possible return of financial aid.


Return of Title IV Funds

When a student receives financial aid funds to attend school, the US Department of Education assumes the student will complete the enrollment period for which they have received funding. If a student officially withdraws or unofficially withdraws (stops attending without formally notifying the school) after beginning courses, they are subject to the US Department of Education’s Return to Title IV (R2T4) policy. This policy requires a calculation to determine the amount of funding the student received compared to what the student actually earned based on the portion of the enrollment period the student completed. This calculation may result in a financial obligation for the student. Such financial obligations may include immediate repayment of student loan funds to their lender/bank, a balance owed to Prescott College, and/or a debt owed to the US Department of Education. Upon withdrawal, the financial aid counselor will complete the necessary calculations and notify the student in writing of any obligations within 45 days of the school’s date of determination that the student withdrew. The R2T4 policy is mandated by federal regulation and cannot be appealed.

When it is determined that a student has failed to start a course or courses, and/or a student chooses to drop a course prior to the drop/add deadline, Prescott College will redetermine the student’s enrollment level for financial aid purposes. As a result, students may lose full or partial financial aid eligibility which may result in a financial obligation for the student. Such financial obligations may include immediate repayment of student loan funds to their lender/bank, a balance owed to Prescott College, and/or a debt owed to the US Department of Education.