Acceptance Deposit (undergraduate students)
A $100 acceptance deposit is required when the student is officially accepted into a program of study at Goldey-Beacom College. The acceptance deposit is applied toward the student's total tuition cost upon registration. Since the course scheduling and final registration may not be completed until the acceptance deposit has been paid, the student is encouraged to submit the deposit as soon as possible to ensure a place in each of the courses desired. The acceptance deposit is not refundable after May 1 for the fall semester. All deposits are requested by May 1.
For the current tuition rate and fees, students are refer to the website, www.gbc.edu/admissions/affording.html.
Textbook and Supplies
Footnotes, the Campus Store, is your on-campus stop for Goldey-Beacom College insignia clothing and giftware. School and office supplies, greeting cards, stamps, health and beauty aids, candy and snacks are all also available for purchase in the store.
Footnotes has partnered with MBS Direct to offer the Goldey-Beacom College Online Bookstore for all your textbook purchases. You can conveniently order textbooks online or over the phone by calling 1-800-325-3252.
No parking fee is charged to faculty, staff, students or guests of Goldey-Beacom College for the privilege of parking on campus. However, a Parking Permit is required and can be obtained from the Office of Student Affairs. Those individuals who park on campus should understand that they do so at their own risk: the College cannot be held responsible for any damage or theft.
A graduation fee is required of students who petition for graduation in anticipation of completing the requirements of the program of study. This fee is applied toward the cost of the student's diploma, cap, gown, and other expense relating to graduation. All future Registrar's Office services such as copies of academic transcripts and employer degree verification are also covered by this fee. The graduation fee is nonrefundable but if the student delays completion of his program requirements, the fee will be maintained for up to five years on the student's account until all degree requirements are fulfilled. For the most recent fees information, consult the website at www.gbc.edu.
Tuition Refund for Dropped Courses or Withdrawal from the College
Students who officially drop a course (reduce course schedule) or officially withdraw entirely from the College during the fall, winter, spring or summer semester may be entitled to a tuition refund. Please refer to the Drop/Add Policy on the College website, www.gbc.edu.