- President's Message
- Prospective Students
- Application for Admission
- Leave of Absence Form
- Course Withdrawl Request Form
- Transcript Release Form
- Transcript Order Form
- Application for Replacement of Diploma
- Diploma Request Form
- Name Change Request Form
- Grade Appeals Form
- Course Redo Form
- Course Extension Request Form
- Enrollement Verification Form
- Release of Information Request
- Add or Drop Course Request
- Incomplete Grade Form
- TDLI Re-admission Form
- Student Declaration Form
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Student Fee Structure
Each student can sign up at anytime to begin their studies. Upon commencement of student approval for formal studies, the student enters into the semester program. Each semester lasts 10 weeks, and each student may enroll in a maximum of 2 courses per semester. As such:
Semester 1, Semester 2, Semester 3, Semester 4...
Domestic Tuition, per semester:
TUITION FEE: $1100
MATERIALS AND ADMIN FEE: $100
All fees are due in Canadian Funds.
International Student Tuition Fees, per semester:
TUITION FEE: $ 1550
MATERIALS AND ADMIN FEE: $200
Graduation Certificate Fee: $50
Graduation Diploma Fee: $75
Graduation Degree Fee: $100
Graduation Masters Fee: $200
Graduation Ph.D. Fee: $300
Graduation Ph.C. Fee: $400
One Year Professional Board of Hypnotherapy Membership Fee: $150 per year.
Lifetime Professional Board of Hypnotherapy Membership Fee: $550, one time fee. Specialized certificate fee $50, one time fee.
AGAIN ALL FEES ARE DUE IN A TIMLEY MANNER IN CANADIAN FUNDS.
THE NATURE OF DISTANCE AND ONLINE INDEPENDENT LEARNING STRUCTURES AT TRAFALGAR DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTE:
Online education involves the use of the internet to access student services, make requests, apply, and sign up for courses, access learning materials. And to, interact with your student services advisor and other learners, via our online groups. All students will need access to a computer and the internet.
Distance learning may be facilitated through online learning or make requests for distance learning materials to be sent to them. Other modes of communication involve the telephone, email, fax, face to face instruction at specialized seminars at various sites in many different cities world wide. There may be and will be when available, access to audio and or video conferencing, home study programs, and or other forms of instructional learning as determined by you and your student services advisor.