Rivermont Collegiate uses a process called Continuous Enrollment, which means a student’s enrollment continues year to year until graduation, or the family informs us of intent to withdraw. Continuous Enrollment simplifies the process because there are no forms to fill out. Enrollment is automatic. In April, a $250 enrollment deposit is charged to every returning family that has not notified the school of its intent to leave. Families then have until May 1 to notify the school of their intent to leave. After May 1, families are committed to enrollment for the following year.
Families who receive tuition assistance must re-apply every year. There are limited funds available for tuition assistance, and it is awarded based on eligibility until funds are exhausted. Unless a family experiences a large financial change during the year, they can expect the same award (or very close to it), year to year. For this reason, families re-applying for tuition assistance should pay close attention to deadlines for submitting their financial aid applications and tax returns. Complete instructions for re-applying for tuition assistance can be found on the Tuition/Financial Aid page of this website.
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Apply For Financial Aid
February 17 – March 15
Families are encouraged to apply for financial aid by March 15, so they know what their tuition and fees will be before the May 1 withdrawal deadline.
$250 Tuition Deposit Due
Families will be billed a $250 tuition deposit through their FACTS account. This deposit is refundable until the May 1 withdrawal deadline.
Last Day to Withdraw
Families have until May 1 to withdraw without penalty. Families choosing to withdraw after May 1 may be subject to the terms of the Tuition Protection Plan.
First Tuition Payment Due
First tuition payment is due in July whether you opt to pay full tuition up front, the 60/40 option, or monthly.