Tuition of $1,320 per course with no fees associated with course registration.
Registration is defined as the period when students may sign up for classes. Summer I registration is now open. Classes begin May 14, 2012. Deadline for regular Summer registration is April 30, 2012. Students may scan and email, fax, or deliver registrations to the M.Ed. office at Wilson.
Students, both degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking, must return a completed registration form to the M.Ed. Office, which must include the student’s and the M.Ed. Program Director’s signatures. For your convenience, registration forms can be delivered, mailed or faxed to the M. Ed. Director.
During this period, payment must be submitted with your registration form. Deferred payments will be accepted as payment with late registrations if applicable.
Payment of tuition or an appropriate payment arrangement is required at the time of registration. During the late registration period, students may ONLY register if payment is enclosed. Please note a late fee may be charged to returning students who register during this period.
Wilson expects payment of all tuition and fees, in one of three ways:
- Payment in full by cash, check, or American Express/MasterCard/Discover using Cashnet (on-line payment method for credit and debit cards). See payment deadlines below.
- FACTS Monthly Payment Option. Must be registered to enroll.
- Deferred payment: Available for Wilson College students whose employers do not reimburse for college courses until the course has been completed. Print a Deferred Payment Agreement, complete, and mail agreement to the M.Ed Office (it requires M.Ed. Director's signature). There is an upfront, non-refundable fee of $25 per course that must be submitted with this agreement.
May 14, 2012 for Summer I.
Non-degree students may enroll in any M. Ed. course for which they have the necessary prerequisites with the approval of the Director of the M.Ed. Program. A student must be formally admitted to the M. Ed. Program prior to enrolling in the fourth M.Ed. course in order for the prior coursework to count towards the degree.