Tuition & Payment
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Upon acceptance, 50% of the tuition payment must be received within ten (10) days to guarantee your place in the program. Once Steps has received this payment, an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility will be issued and mailed to you. Tuition balance must be paid upon arrival at Steps.
Tuition Cost and Schedule
- 3 month course of study (12 weeks with no vacation) $2,280
50% due upon acceptance-$1,140
As of February 6, 2012: 3 months = $2,355
- 6 month course of study (26 weeks including one (1) week vacation) $4,560
50% due upon acceptance-$2,280
As of February 6, 2012: 6 months = $4,710
- 12 month course of study (52 weeks including two (2) weeks vacation) $9,120
50% due upon acceptance-$4,560
As of February 6, 2012: 12 months = $9,420
Non-payment will result in delay or loss of position within the program. All rates are subject to change.
Methods of Payment for Tuition:
- Wire directly to Steps on Broadway bank account:
JP Morgan Chase
New York, NY 10023
Account # 771178944
Routing # 021000021
- After your deposit is made, fax a copy of the transaction papers to Steps on Broadway, 212-579-1479.
The student is responsible for all bank fees incurred.
- Credit cards – MasterCard and Visa only.
- Traveler’s checks made out in US dollars.
- Money orders in US dollars
- Cash upon arrival-do not mail cash.
- NO PERSONAL CHECKS PLEASE
- All application fees are non-refundable.
- A student whose application is refused by immigration will receive a refund for all tuition paid with the exception of a 10% processing fee.
- A student requesting a refund must submit their original I-20 and a copy of the letter from the U.S. Embassy stating reason of denial.
- No refund will be given for any absences not made up during the course of study.
- A student wishing to withdraw or transfer must notify Program Director in writing. No refunds will be given for early withdrawal or transfer.
- Dismissal from the program will not constitute a reason for any refund.
IMPORTANT DOCUMENT INFORMATION
I-20′s will be issued only after all the required documentation has been submitted to Steps on Broadway and 50% tuition has been received. Upon receipt of the I-20, the prospective student should take the I-20, the letter of acceptance from Steps on Broadway, and their financial documentation to the U.S. Consulate in their respective city to apply for an M-1 Visa. Remember an I-20 is not a visa! It is an application for a visa and does not authorize entry to the U.S. alone. The U.S. Consulate reserves the right to deny a student’s application for a visa should they be unable to prove their intention to return to their country of origin after the completion of their studies, or if their financial documentation is insufficient.