Tuition

Tuition fee information is available from the office.  Tuition fees are evaluated on a yearly basis and families will be notified of any changes before re-enrollment for the next school year.  All programs offer 5 full days, 3 full days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) and 2 full days (Tuesday, Thursday).  Hours are 7am – 5:15pm.

 

Tuition is based on a 40-week contract.  Families are required to make an advance two-week tuition payment and to remain one month ahead always.  Bills for the two-week advance payment are sent out by the Bursar’s office in July.  Payments should be mailed to the address noted on the bill.  Payment of this advance is required for fall entrance.  This advance payment is applied to the last two weeks of the Center operation.  If your child’s schedule changes, the advance payment will be adjusted accordingly.

Families of children entering the program later in the year must submit a two-week advance payment, as well as the regular payment, at the time of entrance.

Payments must be made by check or money order, payable to Plymouth State University.  CASH PAYMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Attendance fees are determined on an annual tuition basis.  Families must sign a schedule contract stating days, sessions, and fees for their child at the Center.  The tuition fees reflect the actual cost of providing services to each child.  Each child has a guaranteed space.  Therefore, it is necessary that all families are aware that payment is made for every scheduled day regardless of whether the child is present.

Please note: As stated in the tuition contract, “Tuition is determined on an annual basis and represents a total program.  At times a holiday may fall on your selected day.  There are no rebates on these holidays or for personal vacation or sickness.”

Payments may be sent directly to the Plymouth State Student Account Services.  All statements of accounts will be issued through the Student Account Services office.  Their office will then adjust your account in accordance with the new schedule.  Please note the policy about schedule changes described in the section of this handbook entitled “Center Schedule”.

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