The duCret School of Art accepts applications year round for the approaching year for both the full time and part time professional art career programs:  Fall Semester (September to Mid December) and a Spring Semester (Mid January to May).  Applicants can begin at the start of either semester.

Per Semester:

1   Class per week:       $   480.48
2  Classes per week    $   960.96
3  Classes per week:   $ 1,441.44                                                                              
4  Classes per week:   $ 1,921.92
5  Classes per week:   $ 2,402.40
6  Classes per week:   $ 2,882.88
7  Classes per week:   $ 3,363.36
8  Classes per week:   $ 3,843.84
9  Classes per week:   $ 4,324.32
10 Classes per week:   $ 4,804.80                              

Lab Fees:

Printmaking lab fee:   $67.60
Ceramics lab fee:       $52.00
Sculpture fee:             $67.60
Photo lab fee:             $52.00
Computer lab fee:      $52.00
Model Fee:                 $67.60
Jewelry fee:                $67.60                                                                                      
Stained Glass Fee:     $52.00
I.D. / Parking:               $16.00

Books and Supplies:

In addition to tuition, students should plan on the following approximate outlay for books and art supplies (including camera or computer equipment). Esitmated amounts for books and supplies are based on full time attendance. The amount for part time students will be determined by the number of classes taken.

Foundation Year: $1,200.00
Second Year: $1,000.00
Third Year: $900.00


Application Fee: $25.00 (non-refundable) (first time applicants only).
Parking Fee: $16.00

Full Time Students / Annual Tuition: $9,609.60 
Part Time Students / Annual Tuition: $4,804.80

Payment Options

It is the goal of the duCret School of Art to make enrollment possible for qualified students whose personal financial resources might not otherwise enable them to attend. Those choosing more than three classes per semester can inquire about a payment plan. duCret offers three payment plans to be discussed at your scheduled appointment. Please note: All payment options are made through arrangements with the Bursar. 

Eligibility for Payment Plans

To receive aid from the student aid programs, you must meet all of the following criteria:

• have financial need, except for some loan programs
• have a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certificate
• be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student working toward a Certificate
• be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen with a valid social security number
• register (or have registered) with Selective Service if you are a male between the ages of 18 and 25
• make satisfactory academic progress according to duCret School of Art standards
• must not be in default on a previously awarded student loan

Month to Month Plan
The tuition, plus a $50 surcharge, is divided by the amount of months while you are in school.  Tuition Per Semester ÷ 4 or 5 Months = Payment Per Month. 

Half and Half Plan
The tuition is divided in half. One payment is taken up front before the start of class and one payment is expected mid-semester.

 Grants & Scholarships                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
 If you receive a scholarship or grant from outside the school we will work with you to use these funds towards your tuition and supplies.

***Additional financing sources are also available for eligible students. Please contact duCret administrative offices at 908-757-7171, Mon - Fri, between 9 am - 4 pm for more information.