All applications are subject to review and approval of the Admissions Committee. Prior to admission the student must submit the following:
- Completed application form
- Letter of recommendation from the CEO or a senior officer of the organization that is sponsoring the student. Applicants will be notified by mail of the Admissions Committee decision.
Applications are normally processed within three weeks of receipt. Early applications take priority.
Funds from the School’s endowment are used to provide substantial tuition subsidies for all students in each year of the program. The actual cost per student is approximately $3,600 per year, and the annual subsidy per student is over $2000. This year’s tuition is $1,595
- Actual cost per student (approximately) $3,600
- Less subsidy per student (approximately) -$2,000
- Actual Tuition charged per student: $1,595
There is an additional third year fee of $150 for the bank management simulation course, for a total third year tuition of $1,345. Tuition includes registration, instruction, all instructional materials, meals and other program fees.
Housing is available on the Christian Brothers University campus in apartment buildings. Each apartment includes four private bedrooms, two baths, a living room, kitchen and laundry room. (Male and female students will share separate apartments.) If hotel accommodations are preferred, contact the School staff.
Paul W. Barret, Jr. School of Banking encourages all students to reside on campus to achieve the full benefit of the program, including opportunities to interact with other students on a professional level as well as socially. However, the Board recognizes that it may be more convenient for some local students to reside at home and commute to school. Attendance requirements are the same for students who commute and those who reside on campus.
On-campus housing costs $310.
Payment and Refund Policy
Payment Policy – Invoices for students already enrolled in the program will be sent in early December prior to the residency session in May. Payment is due by January 31. First year students who register after December 1 will be billed when accepted into the program.
Refund Policy – Written notification of withdrawal from the program is required for any refund. The refund amount will be based on the date of the written request.
A fee of $50.00 will be applied if a student withdraws before March 31. The remainder of the amount paid will be refunded. A fee of $250.00 if a student withdraws after March 31 and before May 1. The remainder of the amount paid will be refunded. There will be no refund for a student who withdraws after May 1 or fails to appear for the residency session. Substitution of another employee for the withdrawing student will be considered upon written request.