Infant, Early Childhood, and Family Mental Health Capstone Certificate Program
Tuition and Scholarships
A $500 deposit is required upon acceptance into this Capstone Certificate Program.
Tuition for a Capstone Certificate is based on the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health, Health Professions Tuition.
Wisconsin Resident Tuition
Tuition information for non-residents is available at the Registrar.
Scholarships may be available to help reduce the cost of tuition. Applicants should indicate they would like to be considered for a scholarship on their Capstone Certificate application. Scholarships are awarded based on availability and priorities for the funding. The Faculty Program Director and Co-Director will work with individual applicants to pursue potential scholarship opportunities.
Additional expenses may include books, lodging, travel, and WI-AIMH Conference registration (June).
Enrolled students may be eligible for non-federal, private student loans.
Continuing Education Grant: Some applicants to this Capstone Certificate Program may be eligible to apply for these Continuing Education grants. Application deadline for Fall Term 2015 is July 1, 2015 (application available in early May).