Tuition is $300 per 3- and 5-week, noncredit online course.
Tuition is $500 per 10-week noncredit online course.
Supplies are not provided for online courses. Instructors will prepare a list that includes common household art-making materials with some items to be purchased. Supply lists for courses can be found at the link below one week prior to the first meeting or sooner. Supplies vary by class and can range from $30-$120.
Financial Assistance is available in the merit-based Joanne Alter Scholarship, and employee tuition remission.
The Joanne Alter Scholarship
The Joanne Alter Scholarship is a merit-based fund that will benefit one Middle School Program student each fall and spring semester. The scholarship will cover 100 percent of tuition for one 10-week course.
Employee Tuition Remission
Employee Tuition Remission forms are due at the time of registration. Take the following steps to register using tuition remission:
- Download and send your Employee Tuition Remission form to firstname.lastname@example.org (staff) or email@example.com (faculty).
(This will be returned to you with a signature of approval.)
- Download and complete a registration form.
- Email your completed Tuition Remission form and registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: A signed Consent Form [PDF] is required to participate in the Middle School Program at SAIC; failure to submit a signed Consent Form prior to the first class may prevent participation.
Questions regarding tuition remission eligibility should be directed to Human Resources at 312.629.3379 or email@example.com.
Third-Party Billing and Sponsored Students
Third-party billing is when a company or government/outside agency has established special billing arrangements to cover tuition and/or fees for students that it sponsors. Continuing Studies must receive an authorization from the sponsoring agency before third-party billing can be processed. All billing authorizations—which may be a letter, purchase order, or voucher—must be on official agency letterhead and signed by an officer of the organization. Payment by the sponsor must be made directly to Continuing Studies; agreements where payments are sent to the student cannot be honored. All authorizations must include the term that the authorization is in effect. Continuing Studies cannot accommodate any restrictions or contingencies on the authorization. For instance, if the agency requires transcript information before payment, Continuing Studies cannot authorize third-party billing.
All sponsored students are required to complete a Tuition Repayment Agreement (promissory note) in order to be registered for the class and to initiate third-party billing. In the event of nonpayment or partial payment by the third-party agency, the student will be charged for the unpaid amount. Third parties are invoiced after the class is confirmed to run. Payments must be made within 30 days of billing. If payment is not received within 30 days, the agency and the student will be notified, and the student will be billed for the unpaid amount as authorized on the Tuition Repayment Agreement. Any charges that are not paid by the sponsor are billed to the student. See Forms and Downloads for a copy of the Tuition Repayment Agreement.