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Bridge Program Financial Aid

Bridge Program Costs

The cost of each course is $389 per credit (books and materials are not included), which must be paid at registration by credit card, check, or money order to hold your place in class. Students who have applied for financial aid must pay upon registration. Students will receive a refund when the financial aid is applied to the student's account. For more information contact tareed@geneva.edu or phone 800-576-3111.

Internships beginning March 16, 2012 through March 15, 2013  are charged at $305 per credit.

Bridge Program Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

To find out more about financial aid in your individual case, contact tareed@geneva.edu or 800-576-3111.

Bridge Program Course Refund Policy

  Effective  May 31, 2005
  The following refund policy will apply for the Bridge Program:

  • 100% tuition refund is given up to 14 days prior to the start of the class. There is an additional charge to cover the cost of books and materials if not returned unmarked and in new condition.
  • 75% tuition refund is given from 13 days prior to the class start until the date of the first session. There is an additional charge to cover the cost of books and materials if not returned unmarked and in new condition.
  • 50% tuition refund is given through the second session less the cost of all course materials.
  • No refund is given after the second class session.

 

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