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Field school cost

Students participating in a field school will be expected to cover the following costs:

  • Concordia tuition: Regular Concordia tuition based on the number of credits for the field school (3, 6 or 9 credits).

  • Program fee: Program fees help cover the additional costs required to offer the course, which can include things such as housing, workshop materials, registration fees for festivals, local transport, etc. Program fees vary depending on the location, length and activities of the field school. Program fees will be clearly listed on each field school’s web page. 

  • Personal travel costs: Students will also be responsible for paying for personal travel costs. This can include, but is not limited to, transportation to the field school location, mandatory health and travel insurance, the cost of any required travel documents, meals, and other potential expenses not covered by the program fee. 

  • Deposit: Admitted students must make a $500 deposit on their Concordia student account towards the cost of the program to hold their position in the field school. If you withdraw from the program, the $500 deposit will be credited to your student account and applied against your future tuition.

For more information on the cost of field schools that are currently being offered, visit the Summer field schools website.

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