Mandatory student fees vary per class. Tuition fees do not include the cost of books, which range from $250 to $500 for the entire program. Tuition fees do not include housing. A $50 Application Fee is required for all students. This fee will be refunded if the student is either not admitted or has not signed an enrollment agreement.
All payments can be made online. Currently, only credit cards are accepted through the online billing system. If payment must be made in another form, please contact us.
Once you have been accepted into the program, you must reserve your space by enrolling online and paying one of the offered options, which may include paying the deposit, first installment, or payment in full.
Students will be assessed a late fee of $50 if payment is received after the due date. Students may not begin any class until the appropriate tuition has been paid. Late enrollment is occasionally permitted, depending upon space availability.
Note: Tuition and fees are subject to change. Candidates and students-in-training are given as much advance notice as possible of any changes.
All returned checks will be assessed a $50.00 returned check fee.
The Dr. Ida Rolf Institute accepts major credit cards (MC, VISA, DISCOVER, AMEX), personal and traveler’s checks, and money orders.
Please see the full Refund Policy in the Student Policies.
During their stay in Boulder, students typically rent rooms from community members at a cost of $400 - $600 per month. A local, private referral list is available to students upon enrollment. This housing referral list includes pertinent contact information, along with details on location and distance from The Rolf Institute.
Many of the living situations are within walking distance or a short bike ride or a short drive to The Rolf Institute. The bus system throughout Boulder and Denver is quiet convenient. A local bus route (#205) drops students off just a block away from the school. Click here for RTD (Regional Transportation District) website.
Note: The Rolf Institute is not responsible for the availability, inventory, or pricing of these vendors. The Rolf Institute does not receive financial restitution for any sales.