Cancellation & Refund Policy
Cancellations must be received in writing prior to a program’s start date.
|In-Class & Online Programs|
|Time Period||Refund Policy|
|7-14 days prior||85% refund or 100% transfer credit with no fee|
|6-1 days prior||No refund, 100% transfer credit with no fee|
|Start date||No refund, no transfer|
|Time Period||Transfer Policy|
|3 days prior to start date||100% transfer credit with no fee|
|1-2 days prior or on/after start date||No refund, no transfer|
|Time Period||Transfer Policy|
|Prior to start date||100% transfer credit with no fee|
|Up to 30 days after start date||100% transfer credit, additional fee will be charged (up to $750*)|
Transfer requests must be received in writing. Please note that 100% of the full tuition will be forfeited if one of the following occurs:
- The registrant does not enroll in another program within one year of the original start date.
- The registrant has not requested a refund within one year of the original start date.
- The registrant transfers more than once.
RBSEE reserves the right to make changes in programs or to cancel programs if enrollment criteria are not met or when conditions beyond our control prevail. Every effort will be made to contact each enrollee. Our liability is limited to refund of tuition only.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do RBSEE programs qualify for tuition reimbursement?
The Rutgers Business School Executive Education (RBSEE) Mini-MBA programs are approved for company tuition reimbursement. In order to obtain academic credit, there is an optional exam at the completion of the program. If the participant receives a passing grade, they will receive a 3 credit graduate elective waiver for Rutgers Business School. Although many other colleges have accepted our credits as transfer credits towards a masters degree, we cannot guarantee other universities will accept the credits.
Do you offer financial aid or financial assistance? Do you provide financing? Do you provide payment plans?
Currently, our programs do not qualify for financial aid or assistance. Also, we do not provide any in-house financing or payment plans. However, the Rutgers Credit Union does offer Continuing Education Loans for qualifying students seeking to take our Mini-MBA programs. To apply, please see the following application: https://www.rutgersfcu.org/home/loans/apply-for-a-loan-app. To view loan rates, please visit:
Also, our programs are approved for financing through Sallie Mae's Smart Option Loans. To see if you qualify for a loan through Sallie Mae, please apply using the following link: http://www.salliemae.com/00262993. Our school code is 00262993.
What are the first steps in obtaining a DOL grant?
Your first point of contact for the grants offered by the Department of Labor is your local One Stop Career Center.
For more information on the Department of Labor (DOL) programs, please click here. The County One Stop Career Centers are the first stop to find the information on training grants. The telephone numbers and addresses for the One Stop Career Centers are found on the link provided above.
Which RBSEE programs qualify for DOL grants?
Most of our programs that are titled "Mini-MBA" or "Online Mini-MBA" are approved for funding. For more information, please contact our Grant Coordinator, Deborah McDermott at by email at email@example.com or by phone at 848-445-9431.
Where are the programs held?
Programs for individuals are held at a variety of locations depending on the program. Current program locations include Piscataway, New Brunswick, and Newark. RBSEE also offers several of the Mini-MBA programs online.