Our experienced staff is here to help with all financial questions related to your time at Antioch University New England. Student Financial Services includes the offices of Financial Aid and Student Accounts. Our counter is located on the first floor of the campus building and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Come to us with questions about tuition, financial aid, federal work-study, and scholarships.
Assessment of Tuition and Fees
For students enrolled in master’s programs, tuition is assessed on a per-credit basis for each degree or certificate program. For students enrolled in doctoral programs, dependent upon the program, tuition is assessed on a per-credit basis or is assessed by semester. Each program has a minimum number of required semesters. Students pay tuition plus applicable fees each semester they are enrolled. Please refer to tuition and fees 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, Master’s Thesis or Dissertation.
Tuition is due at registration and does not include the cost of field study fees.
Please Note: Tuition and fee charges are subject to change each academic year, effective with the summer semester.
Tuition Billing and Payment Information
Students are expected to be enrolled full time and follow the course curriculum outlined in their programs. Tuition and fees are based based both on the program and on the number of credits a student registers for. Once the registration has been submitted in AUView, the student should proceed to the Make a Payment section and make the necessary payment.
Financial aid recipients should only pay the balance not covered by the net aid award as noted in AUView / Account Activity. Please contact the Office of Student Accounts if you have questions.
Acceptable financing options of outstanding balances are:
- payment by check, echeck or credit card online in AUView / Make A Payment
- payment deferment based on pending student loans to cover the total balance due;
- enrollment in tuition payment plan; or
- approved payment from a qualified third-party payor
In most cases, tuition reimbursement from employers is not 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. 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 rather than on the first scheduled class meeting day.
The Tax Relief Act of 1997 (TRA 97) provides an excellent opportunity for many of our students to receive significant tax savings. You may be eligible for the Lifetime Learning Credit and/or the Student Loan Interest Deduction. The Lifetime Learning Tax Credit enables eligible students to claim a tax credit for up to 20% of the first $5000 of qualified tuition and educational expenses. The Student Loan Interest Savings provides a tax credit of up to $1000 of eligible student loan interest.
The Student Accounts Office annually provides a 1098-T Tuition Statement reflecting those qualified tuition and educational expenses for the prior year. For specific tax advice or more information, please contact your tax advisor or the Internal Revenue Service.
Students can elect to receive their 1098-T Tuition Statement electronically. Proceed to AUView / Financial Information / 1098 Electronic Consent.
It is the policy of Antioch University New England that all tuition/fee costs be paid in full by the Registration Deadline for each semester.
However, if a Third Party Payer has agreed to pay all or a portion of your tuition and fees, payment of the covered tuition/fee costs may be deferred. The Student Accounts Office requires you to submit a letter from the Third Party Payer authorizing all or part of your tuition and fees and stipulating:
- What amount is the responsibility of the Third Party and what remains the student responsibility. Any portion that is the responsibility of the student must be paid in full by the Registration Deadline for each semester.
- Verification that this payment will be made directly to Antioch University New England within the first 6 weeks of the semester unless other contingencies are specifically defined and have been accepted by the Student Accounts Office.
The letter must also include:
- Third Party Payer address, contact and phone number
- Student’s name/program
- Tuition/fees amounts covered by Third Party
- Reimbursement to Antioch procedure (ie: Company PO required, Tuition bill required, etc.)
- Additional requirements for reimbursement to Antioch (ie: Course descriptions, Final grades, etc.)
Participation in the Third Party Payment Program constitutes authorization for the Student Accounts Office to discuss your account with your designated Third Party Payer.
Third Party reimbursement is accepted by Antioch University New England, only if the payments are made directly to Antioch University New England in a timely manner. No balance will be permitted to be carried over from one semester to the next. All balances must be paid in full before the next semester’s registration deadline.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Student Accounts Office by email at Student Accounts or by phone at 603-283-2490. Our office is open from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday for your convenience.
Antioch University New England offers direct deposit of your student refunds and students are expected to receive their refund in this format.
Sign up is easy!
- Use a browser other than Google Chrome
- Collect your bank account information (nine-digit routing number and your checking or savings account number. Contact your bank if you do not know what numbers to use). Direct Deposit is for delivery to only U.S. banks at this time.
- Log in to AUView
- Go to Student Menu
- Under Financial Information, click “Non-Payroll Bank Information”
- Enter your banking information
- Read and check I agree to the Terms and Conditions
- Click Submit at the bottom of the screen to finish up
Once you’re signed up, financial aid refunds and other student non-payroll payments processed through your student account will be electronically deposited to your bank account.
It is your responsibility for maintaining up-to-date bank account information. You can add, change or delete your banking information in AUView at any time.
NOTE: Direct Deposit is available and students are expected to receive their refund in this format. All refunds are processed from Antioch University in Ohio and all notifications of completion of direct deposit will be forwarded from that campus. Any refunds not processed via Direct Deposit will be subject to processing delays.
No. Contact the Human Resources office to establish or change your payroll direct deposit. This Direct Deposit is for financial aid and other non-payroll refunds; you must register for this direct deposit service separately.
Antioch University New England does not provide health insurance for students. It is the responsibility of the student to arrange private health insurance through an outside carrier.
Alternative student health insurance providers can be found online and at healthcare.gov