Fees and Timetables
Registration to join LEAD is open through the year. New students launch in July and January.
Registration for a launch weekend will close 2 months before the launch month. The last month of registration is called Regular Registration and requires a $49 application fee. Anytime before Regular Registration is called Early Registration and has an application fee of only $29.
A response to applications on entry into LEAD will be within 30 days of submission.
In the Case of Overdue Tuition Payments
There are currently three payment plans available for LEAD Students for tuition fees.
Any student that is is more than 30 days overdue on their tuition payment (regardless of which payment plan they have chosen) will have their access to the Canvas online classroom suspended until payment is made.
Upon receiving payment, students will regain access within 3 business days.
Dropping from the LEAD Program
Students that desire to drop from the LEAD Program must fill out the form available HERE. A student is officially considered dropped from LEAD on the day that the form is completed and submitted.
Students wishing to drop from the LEAD Program are encouraged to drop before the beginning of the subsequent semester.
Students that drop by the first cohort gathering of the semester will be refunded 80% of their tuition for that semester.
Students that drop by the second cohort gathering of the semester will be refunded 50% of their tuition for that semester.
Students that drop after the third cohort gathering of the semester will not be refunded any of their tuition for that semester.
*Students enrolled in a payment plan will still owe the difference that is due, depending on their drop date.
Reentry into the LEAD Program
Students that have begun the LEAD program and then have dropped or been removed from LEAD, are able to reenter the program under the following guidelines.
- The student must have a zero balance on the past LEAD tuition account.
- The student must begin with a new cohort at the most recent retreat that they attended.
- The student must participate fully with the assignments and schedule of the new cohort.