Viridis Graduate Institute

Ecopsychology and Environmental Humanities

Payment Process

VGI makes every effort to help students with their educational goals. All payments will need to be made according to the payment schedule you agreed to in order to remain enrolled and graduate.

To make your payment, click the button below your payment option, then scroll to the bottom of the page to see your shopping cart. Click the PayPal button to complete the secure checkout process. Your credit card statement will show payment to: VIRIDISINST.

Masters Program

Full Tuition Payment (due July 1 of the 1st year): $12,000

Annual Tuition Payment (due July 1 of  year 1 and 2): $6,000

Biannual Tuition Payment – 2 payments (due July 1 & December 1 of each year): $3,000

Monthly Tuition Payments (12 months beginning July 1, thereafter 1st of each month): $1,000

 

Doctoral Program

Full Tuition Payment (due July 1 ): $14,000

Annual Tuition Payment – (due July 1 of year 1 and 2 ): $7,000

Biannual Tuition Payment – 2 payments (due July 1 & December 1 of each year): $3,500

Monthly Tuition Payments (14 months beginning July 1, thereafter 1st of each month): $1,000

 

 

ReWilding Residency  Fee for Masters and Doctoral programs: (due August 1 & March 1 of each year) $375

Graduation Fee: (due March 1 in second year) $50

 

Executive Certificate

Full Payment: (Payment due 1 week before program start date)$3,000

Two Payments (Payment 1 due 1 week before program start date; Payment 2 due week 7): $1,500

Three Payments (Payment 1 due 1 week before program start date; Payment 2 due week 3; Payment 3 due week 6): $1000

 

 

Introduction Course (5 Week)

Single Payment: $300

 

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Tax Deductible Educational Expense

While a personal accountant or Certified Public Accountant can best advise students regarding tax deductions, it is important to remember that the United States Code of Federal Regulations, Title 26, Section 1.162-5, Expenses for Education allows for personal income tax deduction of educational expenses including tuition, cost of travel, meals and lodging, etc., so long as they: 1) Maintain or improve skills required by the individual in his employment or other trade or business, or 2) Meet the express requirements of the individual’s employer, or the requirements of applicable law or regulations, imposed as a condition to the retention by the individual of an established employment relationship, status, or rate of compensation.