Tuition, Expenses, and Scholarships

Integrative Health & Lifestyle program (IHeLp) tuition is $5,058.41. However, the total cost of the program is dependent on the time the holding fee is received. Below are the dates which define the change in cost. Tuition covers the entire 6-month online program.

Important Dates

IHeLp 2022: starting online January 10, 2022, 4-day educational retreat May 22-25, 2022, program completion in July 2022.
Eligibility to apply for IH Coaching certification that begins Fall 2022.


Fees and Expenses

Early Application: Now – August 2, 2021 | Holding Fee: $225.58

Regular Application: August 3, 2021  – December 2, 2021 | Holding Fee: $451.15

Late Application: December 3, 2021 – January 10, 2022 | Holding Fee: $902.31

  Early Regular Late
Application fee: This non-refundable fee is submitted along with the program application and, like other payments, it is made online. $59.04 $59.04 $59.04
Holding Fee: Once you are invited to join IHeLp, the non-refundable Holding Fee is due within 30 days after acceptance. $225.58 $451.15 $902.31
Tuition: Payment plans are listed below. $5,058.41 $5,058.41 $5,058.41
Total tuition and fees for IHeLp $5343.03 $5,568.60 $6,019.76

Payment Options

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 $5,058.41 - Total payment is due first week of program
2 payments $2,629.37 - Payment is divided by two. Initial half is due first week and remaining half is due the twelfth week of program (with fees)
6 monthly payments $893.12 - Tuition is divided into 6 payments. Each payment is due on the 20th of each month (with fees)


IHeLp 2022 Scholarships

Due to the generosity of our donors, the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine (AWCIM) is offering a limited number of scholarships up to $5,000 for the Integrative Health & Lifestyle program (IHeLp) to eligible health care professionals for our class which begins in January 2022.


As a Center, we value the contribution of students from varied communities.Not only does this promise to enhance our educational environment, but also translates into delivering integrative health knowledge to marginalized, under-represented, and under-resourced communities. We recognize the need for the insights and perspectives of health professionals who both come from and serve these populations. These voices are critical to addressing the inequities in health care, the growth of integrative health and medicine, and decreasing health disparities.

1440 Scholarship – Up to $5,000

The 1440 Foundation scholarships will be awarded to select healthcare professionals who come from an underserved background or marginalized community and currently work with underserved populations.

Grace Scholarship – Up to $3,000

The Grace Foundation scholarships will be awarded to select healthcare professionals who currently work with underserved populations. The Grace Foundation prefers that these scholarships also go to those who come from an underserved background or marginalized community.

IM4US Scholarship – Up to $1,500

As in the past, the Center is partnering with IM4US to offer two scholarships of up to $1,500 to members of IM4US in our efforts to support the training of those who work with the underserved and are passionate about integrative health and medicine.


These scholarships will be awarded to IHeLp eligible healthcare professionals who have been accepted to the matriculating IHeLp class, which begins online in January 2022

If you meet the qualifications for the scholarships and would like to join the next IHeLp class:

These scholarships cannot be combined with any other scholarships.

If you have any questions, please reach out to our admissions team at

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