Office of Student Accounts
47 Sever Street
Worcester, MA 01609
The Becker College Be Affordable Program is a freeze on tuition and Becker institutional financial aid for traditional undergraduate students.
We understand that the pursuit of a college degree can represent financial uncertainties and challenges. The Be Affordable Program is designed to markedly ease these concerns so Becker remains an affordable reality.
For fall 2013 entering traditional undergraduate students, their tuition and institutional financial aid will remain unchanged for their four years at Becker. Returning sophomore student tuition and institutional aid will remain unchanged for three years, and returning junior student tuition and institutional aid will remain unchanged for two years. The Be Affordable Program is available only to the College’s traditional undergraduate students.
According to the College Board, across the United States the total cost of attendance averages $43,289. In comparing our tuition to a number of other private colleges, and then factoring in the guaranteed tuition and institutional financial aid for a period of up to four years, this makes Becker College more affordable in cost comparisons with other institutions of similar size for the coming years.
To learn more about the Be Affordable Program and the four-year price guarantee, click here. You can also contact the Office of Admissions at 877.523.2537.
During the school year, nursing students will be involved in clinical settings. Clinicals are normally secured by the College. Many of the affiliating facilities are not in the immediate Worcester area, so travel by public transportation or personal car and parking is necessary. The student will be responsible for any additional expenses, in addition to their uniforms.
**Becker College reserves the right to correct and amend this document and its contents when appropriate and as necessary.
Students will be charged for tuition and fees (as well as room and board for resident students) by Becker College when registering for their classes. In the event that they do not pay their tuition and fees and the college finds it necessary to send any unpaid balance (tuition, room, board and any other related fees) to a collection agency or attorney for collection, the student will be charged the collection fees and/or legal fees and court costs associated with the collection. These fees/costs will be added to the outstanding balance due to Becker College.