TUTION AND FEES OVERVIEW
Erikson’s mission is to educate and promote diverse leadership to serve the needs of all young children and their families.
The Board of Trustees at Erikson Institute annually sets the tuition and fees and typically announces them in March of each year for the following Fall, Spring, and Summer terms.
The actual cost of attendance may be less than you expect after you factor in funding awarded through grants, scholarships, loans and federal work-study programs. Your financial award may be different from others as it is determined by individual academic programs, and your scholarship and financial aid awards. Erikson’s admissions and financial aid advisors are here to answer your questions and get you started today.
|Master of Social Work||$990|
|Other Master’s Degrees||$1,135|
|Infant Specialist Certificate Program||$1,135|
|Other Certificate, Endorsement & Licensure Programs||$775|
Annual student fees covering library, technology, and activity costs are $600.
All students enrolled in graduate certificate, master’s, or doctoral degree programs are charged this fee, which is assessed in equal amounts in the fall and spring semesters.
M.S./PhD programs: $200
Child Life program (in addition to the above matriculation fee): $250
Certificate programs: $150
Field/Internship Fee: $50
Master’s degree programs: $175
$100 per course
$15 per semester
SPED S412 $12
EDUC T461 $10
INF I492 $10
INF I392 $15
INF I374 $7
TUITION PAYMENT PLANS
Worksheets for calculating monthly costs can be obtained in the student billing coordinator’s office. There is a $15 cost per term for this service and payments are due by the 15th of the month. Your account balance must be fully paid by the end of a term for you to register for subsequent terms.
Erikson Institute reserves the right to change without notice any statement on this site concerning, but not limited to, rules, policies, tuition, fees, curricula, and courses.