Financial Information and Tuition Assistance
Please click on the “FACTS” logo to be taken to the FACTS landing page. From there, you can establish or access your Tuition Payment Plan Account, or you can apply for Tuition Assistance for the next school year. Both Catholic and Non-Catholic families seeking tuition assistance must utilize the same form. Please call the Business Manager, Mrs. Lori Quinn with any questions at (908) 722-0200 Ext.124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Information 2017–2018
Immaculata High School is a parish school, not a diocesan or private school. Its financial security depends on the timely and full payment of all tuition and the enthusiastic generous support of our Advancement Office and fundraising efforts. Alumni support and benefactors are vital to the financial stability of our school. The diocese provides a small financial subsidy on an annual basis; but, apart from this, we receive no financial aid.Business Office/Tuition Collection Policy:
All tuition must be paid as contracted either by FACTS or in full. All tuition payable through FACTS, both 2-pay plan of ½ in July ½ in December and the 10-month plan from July–April are due on the 5th or 20th of the month. BOTH PLANS start in JULY. The full (ONE-TIME) payment is due by July 15. (A $100 discount will be given for all payments received by July 15.)Rates and Fees:
Tuition for 2017–2018 School year: $13,500 for underclassmen; $13,700 for seniors. Technology Fee: $150 per student (due each July). Returning Student Re-Registration Fee: $150 per family (due each February).Other Freshman and Transfer Student Fees:
Registration Fee: $300 (due upon registration). Capital Reserve Fee: $325. Tuition Deposit: $400.Definitions:
Capital Reserve Fee: One time fee paid by all new students entering the school. These funds are set aside in a designated account that is tapped only for capital improvements in and around the school.Tuition Assistance:
Immaculata High School and the Diocese of Metuchen use the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment System to evaluate all assistance applications. The Grant & Aid System is paperless and available 24/7. You can access the system by clicking on the FACTS logo above. Please contact FACTS with any questions regarding Tuition Assistance at (866) 441-4637.Returned Check Policy:
Many people experience an occasional bookkeeping error or cash flow mis-step, this is understandable. Anyone whose check has been returned for non-payment, should immediately notify the Business Office (908) 722-0200 Ext. 113. We will ask that you replace the check plus cover the bank fees we incur. We discourage the issuance of bad checks as it costs the school time and resources to follow up. Please pay with cash, money order or bank check if you are uncertain as to your checking account balance. Your cooperation is appreciated.Non-payment of Tuition or Fees:
Failure to pay tuition in full by the end of April may lead to forfeiture of a seat for underclassmen. No seat will be reserved for a student whose tuition balance is not current. Failure to pay tuition and/or fees will lead to withholding of report cards, transcripts, and roster classes for the following year. Students whose balance is not current will be deemed ineligible for on-campus parking privileges. Failure by a senior to pay tuition in full by the end of April will prevent that student from participation in any senior activities, such as; the Senior Prom, Boat trip and from graduation exercises. Final transcript and diploma will not be sent.
Communication with the Business office is paramount. Please help us to help you in fulfilling your financial commitment to Immaculata.
Should a student withdraw prior to the end of school, a 2 month tuition retention will be due. For example, if the student leaves in the middle of November, the tuition should be paid through January. (November plus two month retention.)Financial Questions?
Mrs. Lori Quinn, Business Manager, Ext. 124; or contact Mrs. Lisa Patullo, Bookkeeper, Ext. 113.