Enrollment Packet- Post-graduate Program
The following documents are necessary to complete enrollment in the Post Graduate Diploma:
Enrollment and Tuition for the Basics in the Applied Study of Genealogy, An Accredited Program
Enrollment and Tuition for the Certificate Program - Four (4) Modules
Students who wish to enroll in the Program, should send the School the following documents:
Send information to President. You may write to us at American School of Genealogy, 306 Sycamore Street, Como, Mississippi 38619
Tuition for the Certificate:
You have options in paying your tuition:
Each module is calculated at $370 X 4 modules which is a total of $1480
The options are:
There is a $10.00 fee for late tuition payments.
Pay enrollment fee of $100. (To be included with the completed enrollment form).
This will be for the Review Committee to review your transcripts and CV and to determine if you will need proficiency exercises in genealogy before entering the Post Graduate Program. If you need proficiency exercises $50 will be applied toward the proficiency exercises. If not, the $50.00 will be applied toward your tuition with the second installment.
Tuition for the Post Graduate Diploma Program
The American School is now accredited in its postgraduate program and is therefore required to pay additional fees and dues to the College of Teachers.
We are only one of two schools in America that have an accredited postgraduate program in genealogy. Starting April 1, 2013 our fees are as followed:
Students can pay their tuition by selecting one of the following options
1. Monthly - $500
2. Quarterly- $,1500
3. 6 Months, paid in full
Students are required to complete each course or module in 16-20 weeks. If longer than this, students will be on probation. After 25 weeks, the student fails the course. Students are encouraged to take more than one module per session or 16 week period.
Late tuition payments (over 7 days) will be assessed $10.
Any questions on the enrollment requirements or tuition should be directed to Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren, President