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IHeLp Tuition

Integrative Health & Lifestyle Program (IHeLp) Tuition and Expenses

To be eligible to apply for a scholarship...Application deadline: Monday, November 30, 2015
If NOT applying for a scholarship, applications can be submitted up until December 14, 2015

NEW! IHeLp Scholarships - IHeLp 2016 Summer class starts January 11, 2016. See the IHeLp Scholarship page for details.

Integrative Health & Lifestyle program (IHeLp) tuition is $5,500, enrollment costs include the holding fee and deposit. Tuition covers the entire 6-month online program and attendance of the Tucson education retreat (travel/hotel and some meals are not covered and are the student's responsibility).

Tuition Details
Application fee: This non-refundable fee is submitted along with the program application and, like other payments, it is made online.
Holding fee: Once you are invited to join IHeLp, the non-refundable Holding fee is due within 15 days after acceptance.

Deposit: Your Deposit (non-refundable) is due 60 days from acceptance. Should you be accepted less than 60 days prior to the class start date, your Holding fee and Deposit will be due immediately upon acceptance.

Tuition: We offer three payment options so you can plan and budget accordingly for the 6 months of study. Payments may be structured in one of the following ways:

1 payment $4,950 Due first week of program
2 payments (fee included) $2,575 Due first week and twelfth week of program
6 monthly payments (fee included) $875 each, made on the 20th of each month
Total estimated expenses for IHeLp $5,555 (if single tuition payment plan selected)
Additional Expenses

Other expenses: there are other costs not included in tuition: computer hardware and internet access charges, recommended and optional text books, and lodging and travel expenses for retreat in Tucson, for example. (Breakfasts, lunches and some dinners are covered by tuition.)

The following illustrates potential retreat expenses:

Hotel stay for 4-nights: $600
Travel expenses: $300-$600
Additional meals: $40