There’s no question that Act Five is a significant investment.
There is A TON of value packed into eight months. Consistently, our graduates demonstrate:
*In addition to what students pay, Act Five is heavily subsidized through the gifts of generous donors and partners.
What this includes:
Act Five students will be seen as volunteers on these trips through various charities, and they will be asked to fundraise in support of these charities and their service trip activities.
While Recognizing the high value of Act Five, we want to ease the barrier of costs as much as possible.
Thanks to the gifts of generous donors, Act Five is able to offer Financial Assistance based on individual need.
If you are applying to Act Five and want to be considered for financial assistance, please complete our Financial Aid Form by March 31st, 2023. *Limited funding will remain for later applicants.
Through church communities, family, friends or schools, several Act Five students are “sent” to Act Five by the communities behind them.
Act Five will work with incoming students to write letters, prepare presentations and facilitate conversations to garner support from their “sending communities”.
There are some awards available through different organizations for those participating in programs like this – you’ll just need to search for them!
A $500 deposit is due by June 1, 2023 and will be non-refundable after June 15th, 2023. $350 of this deposit will be credited to the student’s fall term balance, while $150 will be held as a Damage Deposit until the completion of the program’s second term.
Payments can be made to Act Five Initiatives with online banking, Credit Card, Pre-Authorized Direct Debit (PAD), debit, or cheque. Questions regarding payments can be directed to email@example.com.