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Admissions Policy:

The Applied Scholastics Educator Training Institute (the “Institute”) provides a diverse selection of courses that are appropriate for educators of all types, whether professional, avocational or parents wanting to take a more active role in their child’s education.

If you are interested in applying for admission to the Institute, we invite you to schedule a phone call with our Registrar, or if local to the area, a tour of our campus to become acquainted with the educational opportunities available.

 

To make an appointment and learn more contact the Campus Registrar at (314) 355-6355 or fill out this form below.

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The Applied Scholastics Educator Training Institute Campus

For full information on all policies of the Applied Scholastics Educator Training Institute you may request a Course Catalog from the Registrar.

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Course & Program Start Dates:

New courses begin frequently. For the start date of a particular course, please contact the Institute.  Specific class times will be determined prior to the beginning of each course and will vary, based in part on student selection.

Qualifications:

Prospective students seeking admission are required to complete an interview with a school official, either in person or by telephone, depending upon the applicant’s distance from the Institute.

The possession of a United States high school diploma or its equivalent is not required for students to be admitted. However, applicants less than 16 years of age will be admitted only in special circumstances, and at the sole discretion of the Institute. A reading literacy test also may be required and administered depending on the course or program chosen by the applying student.

If accepted, prospective students will be guided through the enrollment process, to include review of appropriate disclosures and signing of an Enrollment Agreement.

Tuition & Fees:

Tuition and fee charges for each course and program can be obtained by the Campus Registrar. For each student, an estimate of the total course or program costs to be charged is set out in the student’s Enrollment Agreement.

 

The actual total course or program cost may vary depending on (1) the length of time it takes the student to complete the course or program or (2) changes to the price of materials that occur over the course of the student’s enrollment.

Students are required to purchase their materials from the Institute. The Institute’s bookstore maintains stock of all of the books and supplies that students will need for successful study. Charges for materials are those in effect at the time they are received by the student. 

Payment:

Course and program costs are charged by the course and are due and payable prior to the start of each course. Responsibility for meeting such cost rests entirely with the individual student. Neither federal financial aid nor institutional financing is available to students attending the Institute. Special circumstances that may warrant other payment terms are granted at the sole discretion of the Institute (e.g., exceptions might be made where a student’s employer is paying for the course and issues a purchase order to the Institute guaranteeing payment).

 

Students may pay in advance for one or more courses, or for an entire program. Student accounts will be charged $25.00 for returned checks. 

 

The Institute accepts payments made by cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover Card, bank wire and ACH.  For banking information needed to initiate a bank wire or ACH please contact the Registrar.

School age students are welcome to enroll on introductory Study Technology courses in the campus Learning Center, a facility dedicated to the academic acceleration and remediation (tutoring) of students. 

More information on these services can be found on the Applied Scholastics Learning Center website:

 www.appliedstudyskills.org

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