The entire Level I – III program tuition cost is $10,000. We require and initial payment of $5,000.00 which is partially refundable up to 30 days after the first class date. A $400.00 refundable book and table deposit is required along with the student’s initial payment and is returned contingent upon student’s completion of Level 3 of the program. The deposit is non-refundable if the student drops early but they may keep the materials.

$5,000.00 initial tuition payment
400.00 book and table deposit
25.00 application fee
$5,425.00 balance due before attending class

Remaining balance is paid in 11 monthly payments including:
  The first 7 monthly payments of $455.00 each
 + The last 4 monthly payments of $355.00 each ($400.00 deposit returned)

We cannot accept credit cards. All tuition is required to be paid before graduation date posted on schedule.

ALTERNATE PAYMENT PLANS: INT will accept a minimum initial tuition payment of $2,600 + $400 deposit and $25 app fee totaling $3,025.00 before class starts. The remaining $7,000.00 will be due in in 11 payments which 7 payments are $636.00 and 4 payments of $537.00. Enrollees are welcome to keep their monthly payments low and choose any payment plan of choice that exceeds the minimal $3,000 initial minimum payment requirement. For example, if you submit an initial tuition payment of $6,000 your monthly payments would be about $365.00 for 7 months and $261.00 for the last 4 payments.

Complete Enrollment Defined: Interview completed and ALL materials and documents, and minimum initial payment received at the school by the date required (not simply post marked). Please be sure to have everything turned in well before the due date. When you have been informed of your acceptance at INT, this is defined as “complete enrollment”. All application documents are required to be submitted and received by the school on or before the due date in hard copy (not electronic) to qualify for “complete enrollment”. There are no exceptions.

Tuition Incentive Discounts: We would love to help you lower some tuition cost.

May 1 Enrollment – be completely enrolled by May 1, 2016, and your tuition fee is $7,200 the 2015 flat rate cost plus be able to apply 2015 initial payment plans. Excluding any posted 2015/2016 discounts.

$1000.00 May 1 Enrollment – Be completely enrolled before May 1, and your tuition fee is $9,000.00
$800.00 June 1 Early Bird Enrollment Discount – Be completely enrolled before June 1
$500.00 August 1 Early Bird Enrollment Discount – Be completely enrolled before August 1
$200.00 Pre-Pay Total Tuition when you meet the early enrollment discount dates.
$500.00 Pre-Pay Total Tuition Discount – After August 1st and before September 1st when completely enrolled.

Only one discount is eligible for each enrollee. Discounts cannot be applied to initial tuition payment or monthly payments before Level III at which time discounts are distributed back to the student in the form of a tuition credit. Complete enrollment and full initial payment, deposit and application fee are due finalized before the discount dates to be eligible. Early bird discount dates, May 1, June 1 and August 1. Pre pay and family discounts and all other discounts privately arranged are due by September 1. We will not accept e-mailed documents, phone calls and correspondence on the due dates to qualify enrollees for the discounts. After September 1, all discount eligibility is voided.

Family and Other Discounts
We also offer discounts for families, parent/children, or spouses when enrolled simultaneously. We often consider other situations. All family and needs-based discounts are determined on an individual basis. Contact the director, Hal Rudnianin, to discuss if you qualify for this discount or tuition reduction.

Financial Aid – The Michigan Rehabilitation Corporation offers up to $9,000 in Student Loans for our students. Call (800) 835 – 0650 and ask for Lisa Howell or go to and click “download”, or stop by INT for a loan application. These people are very helpful and offer fairly easy to obtain low interest student government student loans. A cosigner is required for those with insufficient credit history.

INT is eligible for funding from your personal bank loans, (not federal guaranteed student loans from banks) Veterans Rehabilitation, MI Rehab, MI Works, and Tribal funding. INT is a non-accredited, nontitle 4 school; therefore, not eligible to receive funding from Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, Guaranteed Student Loans, or any form of taxed based federal backed scholarship funds or loans.

Refund Policy
The tuition and fees paid by the applicant shall be refunded if the applicant is not accepted by the school before enrollment or does not attend class. The application fee of $25 is non-refundable. All tuition and fees other than the application fee which were paid by the applicant shall be refunded if requested within three business days after signing a contract with the school. All requested refunds shall be returned within 30 business days. Once the three business days have elapsed, the following policies will apply:

  1. All cancellations must be received in writing.
  2. Students will receive a 90% refund of prepaid tuition if enrollment is cancelled before 4:00 p.m. on the first day of attendance. If books and tables are turned back to the school in new condition on that day, the book/table deposit will also be refunded.
  3. Books/tables are non-refundable after adjournment of the first weekend of scheduled class.
  4. Students will receive a 50% refund of prepaid tuition if enrollment is cancelled before midnight of October 15th of any program year. There are no tuition refunds distributed after October 15th of the program year the student has enrolled in.
  5. Students who enroll in the levels separately can receive 90% refund of prepaid tuition if enrollment is canceled before the end of their first scheduled class weekend. There are no refunds after that. Test fees, transfer fees, reentry fees are all non-refundable.
  6. Students who enroll and attend later classes are subject to all refund deadlines whether or not they availed themselves of the first scheduled classes.

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