Higher education is supposed to be about opportunity. An opportunity to advance professionally. An opportunity to grow as a leader. An opportunity to enhance your skills.
But when opportunity comes with a mountain of student debt, it doesn’t look much like opportunity anymore.
At American College of Education, we have a better way. The majority of ACE students are able to pay by the course. Most graduate without taking out student loans on their ACE programs.
That’s exactly how we’ve designed it to be. Keep reading to learn how.
If you’re ready to take the next step in your career, start your application now.
When it comes to cost, we don’t have anything to hide.
We clearly outline the total cost of attendance — tuition, fees, books and supplies (if any) — so there are no surprises.
For most of our master’s programs, the total cost of attendance is still under $9,500. Many other institutions can exceed $20,000 in tuition alone, never mind fees and all the rest.
Plus, our online programs don’t require travel or residency requirements, helping you save even more.
Paving the Way Forward, Without Federal Funding
Sure, you may wonder why ACE costs less. But a better question might be, why does everyone else cost more?
ACE is unique in higher education because while we are fully eligible to accept Title IV funding, we choose not to. Why? Because not accepting Title IV helps keep our costs — our students’ costs — as low as possible.
We are committed to a model that is based on the real costs of what it takes to create and deliver a world-class education.
Find the plan that’s right for you
Even without federal loans, there are plenty of ways to finance your education at ACE.
When you’re ready to invest in yourself, explore our flexible payment and financing options. Our Student Services reps are available to help you create a workable plan whatever your financial circumstances.
American College of Education reserves the right to adjust tuition and fees at any time with prior notice. For more information regarding our tuition policies, please refer to the College Catalog.