The submission of an enrollment form does not register the student for a course. Tuition must be paid in full prior to beginning a course. The enrollment form will be kept on file for a month without receiving payment before it is discarded. After this time, please submit another form. Online courses are not eligible for payment plans.
Taylor University does permit consortium agreements. These agreements are arranged by the student's home institution and state that the home institution will pay Taylor the full cost of tuition. The online course will then be added to the student's semester load with his/her home institution, which allows financial aid to apply to the cost of the course. Students interested in pursuing a consortium agreement should check with the financial aid department of his/her home institution prior to approaching Taylor.
Please find tuition information here for the Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration, and Transition to Teaching programs. Scholarship and financial aid information is listed on the linked pages as well.
Dual Credit Students
High school students receive a reduced tuition rate for online dual credit courses.