Student Tuition and Fees

 


Payment of Tuition and Fees

Unless payment arrangements have been made with ETI, tuition and all fees for each term are due and payable by the first day of attendance.

Any student who fails to make payment within 10 days after the payment is due will be charged a delinquency fee. Continuing failure of a student to meet their financial obligations to the school may result in the student not being allowed to attend classes.

The cost of tuition, registration and any other fees are listed in the school catalog.

Protection of Students’ Financial Interest

The Tuition Reimbursement Fund of the State of New York is designed to protect  the financial interests of students attending proprietary schools. If a school closes while you are in attendance and prior to the completion of your educational program, then you may be eligible for a refund of all tuition expenses that you have paid. If you drop out of school before completion and file a complaint against the school with the New York State Department of Education, you may be eligible for a tuition refund if the State proves your complaint is valid and that the school is in violation of New York State Education law. Please refer to the Grievance section of the catalog for contact information for the New York State Education Department.