Registration and payment

For non-degree students enrolling in summer session courses and those enrolling in professional development programs, you must register for your course through the Office of Continuing Education by filling out this form.

There are two steps: registration form and payment. To be registered for the course we must receive both your form and payment.

Payments are best made by phone: Please call Colby at (617) 928-4751 between 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We accept MasterCard, Discover, Visa and bank debits.

NOTE: If you are a Mount Ida College student, you must register via MIWeb. Participants in the Senior Citizens Audit Program must register via the instructions in the Senior Citizens Audit Program section of this website.

Tuition

Current tuition rates are listed below:

Undergraduate/Academic Credit: Tuition is $450 per credit hour for 2014 summer sessions. Tuition is $850 per credit hour for 2014 fall and 2015 spring semesters.

Graduate/Academic Credit: Tuition is $TBA per credit hour for 2014 fall, and 2015 spring and summer semesters.

Professional Development Programs: Please see individual offerings as tuition rates vary.

Senior Citizens, Alumni Audit Fee: for seniors living outside of Newton and Needham, the fee is $100; for seniors residing in Newton or Needham and for Mount Ida Alumni, the audit fee is waived.

 

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