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2018 - 2019 TUITION AND FEES

TUITION 2017-2018

Theatre Foundations $7,800 or $3,900 / term
Mentorship level 1 $7,800 or $3,900 / term
Mentorship level 2 $7,800 or $3,900 / term
Mentorship level 3 $3,200 or $1,600 / term
Individual Courses $260 per credit
Practicum $180 per credit
Non-credit or Audit $180 per credit
Tuition Deposit  $250
Charged to all students
Completion Fee $165 per month
Charged on a monthly basis to students in Mentorship Level 3 as they complete their programme beyond the winter term.

 

FEES 2018-2019

Application
$175
Application fee includes costs for Scout Week
Theatre Alberta $25 (one year membership)
Charged to Theatre Foundations and Mentorship Level 3, fall term
Theatre Alberta $40 (two year membership)
Charged to Mentorship Level 1, fall term
Library $130 or $65 / term
Student Aid $150 or $75 / term
Emerge Audition $40
Charged to Mentorship Acting level 3, winter term
Key Deposit $30
Cash deposit collected at key pick up and refunded upon key return
Study Trip (West Coast) $1,400 or $700 / term
The West Coast theatre trip is mandatory for all students in Theatre Foundations
Study Trip (London) $3,400 or $1,700/ term
The International theatre trip to London, UK is mandatory for all students in Mentorship Level 1 and 2
Shows Prepaid $360 or $180 / term
Textbooks Prepaid $360 or $180 / term
If shows or textbooks exceed this amount, students will be invoiced for the overage, while left over funds will be reimbursed at the end of the school year
Retreat $75-$175
Retreat fee is charged when applicable.
Conference $100 - $200
Conference fee is charged only when applicable
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THEATRE FOUNDATIONS TUITION AND FEES 

Tuition   $7,800
Fees   $1,705
Theatre Alberta $25  
Library $130  
Student Aid Fee $150  
Study Trip $1400  
Supplies   $720
Textbooks $360  
Shows $360 ______
TOTAL   $10,225
     
Fall Term $5,125  
Winter Term $5,100  
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MENTORSHIP LEVEL 1 (MP1) TUITION AND FEES

Tuition   $7,800
Fees   $3,720
Theatre Alberta $40  
Library $130  
Student Aid Fee $150  
Study Trip $3,400  
Supplies   $720
Textbooks $360  
Shows $360 _______
TOTAL   $12,240
     
Fall Term $6,140  
Winter Term $6,100  
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MENTORSHIP LEVEL 2 (MP2) TUITION AND FEES

Tuition   $7,800
Fees    $3,680
Library $130   
Student Aid Fee  $150  
Study Trip $3,400  
Supplies   $720
Textbooks $360  
Shows $360 _______
TOTAL   $12,200
     
Fall Term $6,100  
Winter Term $6,100  
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MENTORSHIP LEVEL 3 (MP3) TUITION AND FEES

Tuition   $3,200
Fees   $345
Theatre Alberta $25  
Emerge $40  
Library $130  
Student Aid Fee $150  
Supplies   $540
Textbooks $180  
Shows $360 ______
TOTAL   $4,085
     
Fall Term $2,125  
Winter Term $1,960  
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Note: A Completion Fee is charged after the winter term of $165 per month
     

FEE POLICIES

Payment Due Date
September 4, 2018 Fall term tuition and fees
January 8, 2019 Winter term tuition and fees
June 30, 2019 Tuition Deposit for 2019-2020 school year

Payment Method
Reception Desk: cash, cheque, MasterCard, Visa. Cheques made out to Rosebud School of the Arts.
Box Office: debit, MasterCard, Visa.
eTransfer: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Send a separate email with password.

Payment Deadline
Accounts must be paid in full by the following dates to avoid penalty charges:
Fall term – September 29, 2018
Winter term – January 31, 2019

Receipts
Receipts are issued upon request for payment made. Tax receipts (T2202, T2202A) are issued in the student’s name before the end of February for authorized tuition and fees assessed and paid during the previous tax year. No receipts are given for any funds which are still outstanding until these are paid in full.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION AND FEES

Details available under INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS.

OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS

The policy for late payment applies to tuition, fees, and any other cost owed to RSA.

  1. Dismissal from the programme unless a payment plan is set up.
  2. For each successive month that the account has not been paid in full, interest will be charged on the total amount owing of 2.5% the first month and 1% every month thereafter.
  3. Students with outstanding accounts will not be allowed to register in subsequent terms.
  4. Students with outstanding accounts will not be allowed to attend the study trip.
  5. Official acknowledgment of programme completion is withheld until outstanding fees and other accounts with Rosebud Centre of the Arts are paid in full.
  6. Transcripts and evaluations will not be released until outstanding accounts have been paid in full.

PAYMENT DEFERRAL

A student who presents evidence of a sponsorship, scholarship, or student loan is eligible for payment deferment. Evidence must be presented each term.

Failure to provide this confirmation on or before the payment deadline (each term) may result in the cancellation of the student’s registration. If granted a deferral, interest will still be charged.

A partial deferral may occur if monthly post-dated cheques are presented on or before the deadline date for tuition and fee payments for each term. If granted a partial deferral, interest will still be charged.

REFUNDS

If for whatever reason, a student is dismissed or needs to withdraw from the programme, tuition and fees will be reassessed for the term in which the withdrawal occurs. Fees and tuition will be refunded as follows: 

 Start of semester to end of first month   75% of tuition and fees returned
 Start of second month to end of second month   50% of tuition and fees returned
 Start of third month to end of term   0% returned

Mandatory fees and study trip fees will not be refunded.
Credit on the Show and Textbook Account will be refunded.

ESTIMATED PERSONAL EXPENSES

Accommodation   $450 x 8 months = $3,600
Clothing and Supplies   $250 x 8 months = $2,000
Recreation $35 x 8 months = $280
Food     $250 x 8 months = $2,000
TOTAL Personal Expenses   $7,880