Enrollment Policies

Tuition Payments

The full price of a Tuck Executive Education program is $12,500. For the Tuck Diversity Business Programs, this price is charitably underwritten by donors and Tuck, and all participants receive a scholarship from Tuck that covers more than half the program price. The participant fee covers the balance of tuition and materials. For in-person programs, Tuck covers the cost of accommodations and most meals, but the participant must cover their own travel. We do everything we can to keep this participant fee low, in order to make our programs accessible to the widest audience possible.

It is the responsibility of the participant to secure financing for program participation, whether through an outside sponsorship or their professional development budget.

The participant fee is due in full 45 days before the program begins. If we do not receive your payment in full by then, you will not be able to enroll in the program. For participants who show early interest, payment plans are available leading to full payment 45 days before the program.

Cancellations and Refunds

Cancellations and deferrals are permitted according to the following policies. All notification of cancellations and deferrals must be received in writing. Please submit your request via e-mail to tuck.diversity.programs@tuck.dartmouth.edu or via mail to Tuck Executive Education, 100 Tuck Hall, Hanover, NH 03755.

Participants and sponsors are entitled to a full refund if they notify Tuck of cancellation more than six weeks before the program start date. Participants who cancel within six weeks of the program start date will receive a tuition refund but will be charged for the full cost of the hotel room for the entirety of the program. There are no refunds after the partipant has matriculated into the program.


Participants who cancel more than six weeks from the program start date can reapply for a future program. Please note that participants who receive scholarships may not be guaranteed a scholarship for a future program, as scholarship dollars are typically specific to a program not to a participant. It is entirely up to the participant to secure a source of financing for participation.

Questions? Please contact us.

Learn more about the Tuck Diversity Business Programs