Under $8,000 for Master of Education tuition
American College of Education offers some of the most affordable online graduate programs available to educators and other working professionals. With the online format, ACE is able to provide high-quality, relevant instruction at an affordable cost and pass the savings on to students.
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Important tuition information
The ACE Tuition Promise
Tuition will remain the same for all students in good standing who are continuously enrolled in a degree program for its duration.
Right to change tuition
American College of Education reserves the right to adjust tuition and fees at any time with prior notice to current students. Students leaving the College and later returning will be charged the tuition and fees in effect at the time of the return.
Visit the Bursar's Office
The Bursar's Office is available to assist you with managing your financial relationship with the college.
Making It All Work
Prior Student Loan Deferment:
For students* in ACE programs, prior federal student loans may be deferred while attending ACE. Prospective students who want to find out if their ACE program of interest qualifies should contact an enrollment counselor at 1-800-280-0307.
Current students in ACE programs should contact their federal student loan lender to request deferment forms. Once you have completed your portion of the forms, please send them to email@example.com or send hard copies to:
American College of Education - Registrar
101 W Ohio Street, Suite 1200
Indianapolis, IN 46204
ACE will complete its portion of the forms and return them to you. You must then return them to your lender. In some circumstances, ACE may send the completed forms back to your lender directly, depending on your lender's instructions. You will find mailing instructions on your lender's forms.
*Current students must be in ‘Active’ status to apply for deferment.