Tuition is $6,800. A $500 non-refundable deposit is due within two weeks of acceptance, with the remaining $6,300 due by the tuition (registration) deadline. You should plan on spending approximately $250 on books and supplies.
The TESOL Certificate Program is an investment in your future career. However, we understand that paying for this investment is an important consideration.
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Private Student Loans
TESOL Certificate Program students are not eligible for federal loans because of the non-degree nature of the program. Admitted students should not fill out the FAFSA.
Admitted students are able to apply for private student loans to cover tuition and eligible living expenses. These loans are arranged between the student and a lender of his/her choosing and are not federally subsidized. The TESOL Certificate Program does not promote or work with one particular private loan lender and the choice of a lender is ultimately your decision. Here are some of the lenders to get you started:
Private Student Loan Application Process:
Third Party Sponsors
Students who will be receiving funding from a third party (such as the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award from AmeriCorps) should note they will be responsible for the full tuition amount when registering for classes. They will then receive a refund check for the amount provided by the third party once the funds have been received by Teachers College. To avoid a delay in receiving these funds, admitted students should begin the funding request process with their sponsor soon after confirming their enrollment in the program.