FAQs

If you have a question that is not addressed on our page here, go to our Contact page and send us an email or call.

What programs do you offer?

Each university that joins the Consortium brings a different set of programs and specialties. Browse through a university based to see what options that specific school offers.

How can I get into your schools?

Each school has an application and slightly different application process. If you are an international student you can apply using that information. If you are a domestic U.S student looking to attend a U.S school you’ll simply go to their website. Check out the individual school pages for easy access to the applications.

Do I need to have previous college background?

No, depending on the degree or certificate you don’t need to have previously gone to college. Contact us with questions about which program might be right for you, or if you have questions about transferring credits.

How long is it going to take me to get my bachelor’s degree?

How long it takes you to complete your program of study depends on whether you attend on a full-time or part-time basis, the number of courses transferred in, and availability of required courses. Visit the “Programs” page for detailed information on the program you wish to pursue.

Are your schools accredited/ what is your accreditation?

Each of our schools is regionally accredited and individual programs are either accredited or in the process of being accredited by the suitable agencies. If you wish to know more about specific accreditation for a school you can learn more on their website.

When do classes start? How long do they last?

There are various intake dates for each school .Typically classes start every 6-8 weeks and last about 12 weeks. Dates and length vary according to school and program of study.

When can I start?

The Universities accepts applications continuously. Speak to an admissions advisor to determine how soon you can begin classes.

What are the costs?

Costs are based on your program of study. For general information on tuition and fees, speak to an admissions advisor.

Where do I send my transcripts?

You can send them to emma.strong@lindeneducation.com or to the specific school that you are applying for. (See their website for information).

Attention to: Academic Records

Has the university received my transcripts?

Please contact the Coordinator that you sent them to, to find out if they have received your transcripts.

Do I qualify for Financial Aid?

Each university offers scholarships and Financial Aid to qualifying students. To see if you qualify, visit the university website. Merit based scholarships are available directly through the university. Boutique does not award scholarships or hold information on how scholarships are offered.

Can I get a student loan if I don’t qualify for grants?

Additional information on the various forms of financial aid available to students can be found on the Financial Aid page of each school.