Payment of all balances can be made by cash, check, e-check, or credit card. Notice for Credit Card Users: Any refund due to a student with 90 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.
Payment may also be made via Stafford Loan and/or Perkins Loan funds. Stafford funding is available to ALL graduate students who are not in default or who do not owe a refund on any prior federal loans. Students may be eligible for up to $18,500 each academic year ($30,500 each year for Clinical Psychology students), with a portion of those funds being subsidized (meaning you are not accruing interest). Perkins loans are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to those students who demonstrate a high level of need.
Loan funds are normally received via Electronic Funds Transfer and are applied directly to a students account upon receipt. Loan funds disbursed via check are delayed in processing, since they may require the signature of the student before they can be applied to the student’s account. Students are notified regarding the receipt of any funds. Credit balances in excess of $2 will be refunded by check.
Students can request to utilize a payment plan to pay all or a portion of registration costs during a term. Payments are due on the 10th of the month beginning the month in which the term begins. There is a $40 non-refundable set up fee each term a payment plan is utilized. Complete the Payment Plan form and return it to the Student Services Office for processing.
Check with your employer to see if there are employee reimbursement opportunities.
AUNE is approved by the State Approving Agency for Veterans Benefits under the Veterans Assistance Act. If you are a veteran with GI Bill® funding left, talk to your recruiter. You may be eligible to receive benefits for your graduate education.
If your tuition/fee costs will be sponsored in part or in full by an outside resource, please review the Third-Party Payment Procedures to determine whether payment can be deferred.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
The Federal Work Study Program provides paid employment possibilities and is awarded to financial aid applicants with the highest level of need.
We have a limited number of scholarships and fellowships available to our students. These include funding for Waldorf Teacher Education, Jonathan Daniels Scholarship, and Reader’s Digest and Bender (Dance/Movement Therapy program) fellowships.
Notable sites for financial aid students are http://www.finaid.org or http://www.fastweb.com. Here, students will find not only free searches for grants and fellowships, but also Expected Financial Contribution (EFC) calculators, estimated repayment calculators and federal aid information.
In addition, you should talk to your local librarian about graduate funding publications and other resources
Are you affiliated with any organizations that might have funds for education? Are any of your family members? Many organizations award scholarships or grants to students who are connected to them either directly or indirectly.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/