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REGISTRATION DETAILS

1st, 2nd or 3rd year students taking one or two courses:
$275 per course, plus *registration fee.

1st, 2nd or 3rd year students taking three or more courses per semester:
$250 per course, plus *registration fee.

*Registration fee is $75 per semester.

Fee for late enrollment or late payment (including partial payment) is $75 per semester. Students not enrolling in courses must pay a $75 NON-REGISTRANT FEE per each semester not enrolled in courses.

There is a $25 fee (plus additional bank charges) for returned checks.
1 Course = 8 Weekly Sessions. Classes meet on Mondays at 6:30 and 8:30pm unless otherwise noted.

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION

Fall and Early Winter: September 23rd, 2018.

Late Winter and Spring: February 2nd, 2019.

Please be sure to have your entire tuition and registration fee paid by the registration date to avoid a late penalty. We reserve the right to cancel any course offerings that are under-enrolled. Your cooperation in registering as early as possible is appreciated. A late fee of $75 will be assessed for any amount still outstanding after enrollment.

NEW STUDENTS
In addition to completing the registration form, new  students must apply either for full admission to the Institute or for the Non-Matriculant Program.  Individuals who wish to take only selected courses are welcomed by IEA so long as they meet the Institute’s standards of admission.  A maximum of three courses may be taken in the Non-Matriculant Program.  Credit for these courses is applicable to subsequent matriculation status.

 

REFUND SCHEDULE
Students who are registering for courses, canceling enrollment in courses, or changing their registration in any way must do so in writing.  All registration correspondence should be sent to info@ieanyc.org.

 

WEEKEND COURSES
Cancellation 2 weeks prior to starting date = 90% refund; cancellation 1 week prior = 50% refund; cancellation after 1st session = No refund (except in case of emergency, to be determined by the Executive Committee).

 

QUESTIONS?
Call Isaac Shamah, Dean of Training, (845) 641-9041, for questions about arranging a program or qualification to enroll in a particular course.  Email info@ieanyc.org for questions about the curriculum or course content.

NOTICE OF POLICY OF NONDISCRIMINATION
The Institute for Expressive Analysis admits candidates of any race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to candidates at the Institute. IEA subscribes to NAAP’s Ethical Guidelines.