The College Internship Program (CIP) is a full-year program with fall, spring, and summer terms. Each new student is fully assessed during the admissions process to determine an appropriate Level of Support.
Incoming CIP students are assessed into an entry Level of Support of either “Core” or “Plus”, depending on their needs.
Enrolled CIP students who have met certain benchmarks have the opportunity to transition to CIP’s off-campus support option – Graduate Living Community (GLC). Participants can retain the key supports to help them be successful in their next steps after CIP.
*Note: Tuition information is subject to change.
In order to maximize the individualized support we provide for our students, CIP’s core curriculum falls within Levels of Support.
In addition to CIP’s individually tailored core services, each student chooses to pursue one of the following areas of focus:
Tuition for enrollment in a college, university, vocational program, or other certification program varies and is separate from CIP’s costs.
Not inclusive in the annual tuition are living accommodations, food, personal expenses, and spending money. In addition each incoming student receives a community orientation program which also bears an expense.
In order to secure an accepted student’s place in the program, a signed contract, non-refundable enrollment deposit, and orientation fee are due upon acceptance. CIP uses FACTS Tuition Management to collect all payments. Each financial sponsor can enroll in one of three convenient payment options:
Options II and III are available to all families, regardless of financial need. There is an annual fee of $45 due to FACTS Tuition Management at the time of enrollment for Options II and III.