Empowering our students is our number one goal. And offering affordable tuition without sacrificing quality is a big part of making that happen. The majority of our students graduate without student loans from their ACE programs, and most pay their
tuition course by course.
Additionally, our online degree programs are accessible to individuals in under-served fields and communities. Working professionals can continue their education and make a difference without having to leave their states or regions. View tuition by program to see the affordable education opportunities we offer.
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Our online programs are some of the most affordable available. The online format enables us to provide high-quality, relevant instruction at a lower operating cost, and we pass the savings straight to our students. Just compare the value of American College of Education to some other common choices:
The following tuition refund policy applies to all students except those who reside in Indiana, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, and Wisconsin. Residents of those states should refer to the state-specific refund schedule below.
Students are monitored during the first week of each course for signs of activity such as downloading readings, posting to discussion boards, submitting assignments, and completing quizzes and tests. Students who do not demonstrate activity in their courses during the first week are administratively withdrawn and the effective day will be the 5th day of the course. Students who are administratively withdrawn from the course for non-participation will receive a 100% tuition refund. This refund does not include the non-refundable Application, and Payment Processing fees and Technology fee. Refunds will be issued within 30 business days.
Participation in courses is the responsibility of the student. If a student remains enrolled in a course after the Drop Date (Friday 11:59 p.m. PST of the first week of the course), he/she will remain enrolled in the course through the end of the term. Students are financially and academically responsible for their enrollment in courses if they are active beyond the first week.
If the student withdraws or is terminated from any program course or program and the College has received any monies for tuition or fees in excess of the student’s obligations, the College will refund such excess to the appropriate party(ies) to eliminate any outstanding balances for any student financial aid received by or with respect to the students account.
American College of Education reserves the right to adjust tuition and fees at any time with prior notice to current students.