Babson Summer Study 2017 Deposit and Payment Information
|April 7, 2017||Students notified of admissions decisions including financial aid and scholarship awards. |
|May 1, 2017||First Deposit of $600 Due|
Enrollment Form Due
International students - Form I-20 Request Deadline
|June 1, 2017||Total Payment Due|
|July 6, 2017||Students arrive to campus for program|
|August 4-5, 2017||Students check out of the program by noon, August 5|
Program fee including tuition, room and board, insurance and activities: $7,900
A nonrefundable deposit of $600 is required by May 1, 2017 after receiving your admission notification to hold your place in the program. View the 2017 Deposit Tutorial for detailed instructions.
A second nonrefundable deposit of $2,000 is included in the balance due on June 1.
Massachusetts State law requires all students who are enrolled in a full-time program to show proof that they have health insurance meeting certain coverage requirements from a U.S. based company while attending a college or university in Massachusetts. The Student Health Insurance Plan for Babson College students is underwritten by Blue Cross/Blue Shield and managed by University Health Plans. This plan exceeds the state requirements. All students will be enrolled in this plan. Tuition covers the cost of the plan.
Methods of Payment
You can send checks and money orders to Student Financial Services. Please make payable to Babson College and mail to:
Student Financial Services
P.O. Box 57310
Babson Park, MA 02457.
ePay and Wire Transfer
You can pay online with Tuition Management Systems. You can make payment from a checking account, savings account, or with one of the following credit cards: MasterCard, American Express and Discover. A 2.99% convenience fee is added to the credit card payment amount. View the
2017 Deposit Tutorial or follow these steps to do so:
- Go to
- Scroll to “Make a One Time Payment”
- Select “Babson College - Undergraduate Students”
- Provide the information requested and confirm payment
We accept cash, checks, and money orders in person at Student Financial Services, third floor, Hollister.
If the student is unable to attend the program for any reason, please refer to the following schedule for our refund policy.
By June 1, 2017
|Full refund less $600 nonrefundable deposit (first deposit)|
|By July 1, 2017||Full refund less $2,600 nonrefundable deposit (first and second deposit)|
|By July 6, 2017||50% refund|
|After July 6, 2017||No refund will be issued|
* Students who are dismissed from the program for policy violations will not receive a refund of any amount.
Email Joseph McNamara, Youth Program Coordinator or call 781-239-6320.