Tuition and Fees

College of Social Sciences Programs

Programs 2016-2017 Annual Tuition (in $USD) Per Semester Fee for Residential Conferences (in $USD) New Student Residential Orientation Fee (1st term only)
M.A. Management $ 1,025 per credit $ 1,150 $ 450
M.A./Ph.D. Organizational Systems $ 24,296 $ 1,150 $ 450
M.A. Counseling $ 972 per credit $ 1,150 $ 450
M.A. Psychology, Counseling Specialization (Residential Seattle only) $ 972 per credit $ 462 N/A
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology $ 24,296 $ 1,150 $ 450
M.A./Ph.D. Human Science $ 24,296 $ 1,150 $ 450
M.A./Ph.D. Psychology $ 24,296 $ 1,150 $ 450
Ph.D. Psychology, Psychophysiology Specialization $ 972 per credit $ 1,150 $ 450
M.A./Ph.D. Transformative Social Change $ 24,296 $ 1,150 $ 450

College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences Programs

Programs 2016-2017 Annual Tuition Per Semester Fees for Residential Conferences New Student Residential Orientation (1st term only)
M.S. Mind-Body Medicine $ 1, 088 per credit 1 day RC Event: $ 175
2 day RC Event $ 350
5 day RC Event: $ 850
$225
M.S. Integrative & Functional Nutrition $ 972 per credit 1 day RC Event: $ 175
2 day RC Event $ 350
5 day RC Event: $ 850
$225
M.A. Integrative Wellness Coaching $ 1, 088 per credit 1 day RC Event: $ 175
2 day RC Event $ 350
5 day RC Event: $ 850
$225
Ph.D. Mind-Body Medicine $ 1,088 per credit 1 day RC Event: $ 175
2 day RC Event $ 350
5 day RC Event: $ 850
$225

Dissertation Fees

Students in dissertation are charged a fee in lieu of tuition at the point indicated below.

College 2016-2017 Fee (in $USD) When Fee is Applied
College of Social Science $ 7,500 per semester Applied the semester after the proposal is approved
College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences $ 2,176 per term Applied when the student is registered in MBM 9501 or MBM9601

Non-degree Students

A non-degree student takes credit-bearing course(s), but is not degree-seeking. Non-degree students register for classes on a space available basis. Non-degree students must demonstrate course pre-requisites and may need approval from the Dean of the respective program. Except as otherwise noted below, the non-degree course fee for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,088 per credit plus a non-refundable $100 per semester enrollment fee.

Non-degree Certificate Students

Saybrook University’s certificate programs offer a variety of topics relevant in today’s world. These certificates are available to non-degree students (although degree seeking students also have the option of completing them as part of their existing coursework without additional cost). Tuition and fees are due in full before the start of the semester. Some courses offered through the College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences require one or two day attendance at the Residential Conference held at the beginning of the semester. Please see above for Residential Conference costs and contact your Admissions Counselor for specifics on which courses require conference attendance. All tuition and fees are subject to change. The tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,088 per credit plus a non-refundable $100 per semester enrollment fee.

Saybrook University Standard Fees

Please note that all fees on this page are only for the current catalog year and may change in the future. All fees are reviewed annually and may be subject to increase by Saybrook at any time.

Fees

Application Fee (Degree-seeking Students) $50
Application Fee (Non-degree Students) $25
Graduation Fee – M.A. 1 $100
Graduation Fee – M.S. 1 $100
Graduation Fee – Ph.D. 1 $250
Graduation Fee – Psy.D. 1 $250
Regalia Fee 1 $75
Graduation Postponement Fee 2 $1,000
RC Late Cancellation Fee 3 $225
Transcript Fee (Standard Mail) $10
Transcript Fee (Priority Overnight/International) $35
Late Payment Fee $50
Payment Plan Fee $100
Returned Check Fee 4 $30
Wire Transfer Fee (US) $25
Wire Transfer Fee (International) $50

Additional Fees

Students should be prepared to meet additional costs of their degree program. These can include travel, accommodations, food, textbooks, learning guides, course readers, conference call charges, dissertation editors, computer software and hardware, courses at other institutions, commercial database searches, professional meetings, conferences, and workshops.  Learning consultants or other editors are the sole responsibility of the students using their services.

Application Fee Policy

All application fees are non-refundable. An application fee is required with every application. If an applicant is unable to fully complete the application form for the intended semester, he or she can request that the application review be extended until the next semester.  Such a one-time, one-semester extension of application review will incur no additional application fee.  If an applicant is unable to complete the application materials prior to the second Residential Orientation, the file will be closed by the Admissions Office and the applicant will be required to complete a new application and submit a new application fee if he or she still wishes to pursue an education at Saybrook.