ORIENTAL MEDICINE PROGRAM TUITION
Acceptance Fee (separate from tuition) $500.00
Full-time (at least 19 credits per semester) $7,875.00/semester ($15,750.00/yr)
Students not following the standard full-time curriculum (ie: half-time or transfer students) for their cohort are charged $375.00 per credit. Students repeating courses or enrolling in courses in addition to the full-time curriculum for their cohort are charged $375.00 per credit for the extra courses in addition to full-time tuition.Non-Degree Seeking Students are charged $375.00 per credit.
Tuition payments are due July 15 for fall and January 10 for spring.
*The tuition and fees listed apply to the 2013-2014 academic year. Tuition rates are set annually and are subject to change. Please refer to the catalog for a complete list of fees and the college refund policy. Fees, books, and supplies are non-refundable. [Supplies are considered 100% expended upon purchase. Books are special ordered for registered students.]
Receiving an education can be a costly endeavor. Planning ahead and applying for financial aid and scholarships can help you obtain an education that might otherwise be outside of your financial reach. Financial Aid Code of Conduct
Federal Financial Aid
Daoist Traditions participates in the U.S. Department of Education's Direct Loan Program, which includes Stafford loans and Graduate PLUS loans.
Click here for information on Federal Financial Aid and to apply.
Daoist Traditions is approved for Veterans and Military Educational benefits. There are four education assistance programs administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs that you can apply for at Daoist Traditions. Visit www.gibill.va.gov for complete details and required forms.
• Chapter 30 - Montgomery GI Bill - Active Duty
• Chapter 31 - Vocational Rehabilitation
• Chapter 35 - Survivors' and Dependents' Educational Assistance
• Chapter 1606/1607 - Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve
Daoist Traditions is an approved provider of training for clients of the North Carolina Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (NCDVRS). NCDVRS may assist qualified applicants needing rehabilitation training with the cost of education, supplies, and equipment in order to complete the Oriental Medicine program. To determine your eligibility, you must first contact the NCDVRS directly. Visit www.ncdhhs.gov/dvrs. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
Daoist Traditions recognizes that every bit helps when financing your education. We strive to provide students with current information on available scholarship opportunities. Click here for scholarship information.
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