Tuition and Application

Program Tuition

The next session of the Mediation in Healthcare program will be held for four days in the fall: October 17 & 18 and 24 & 25, 2014. Please click here to find out more information about registration.


Tuition includes all meals, materials, and a $100 enrollment deposit due at the time of registration.

$1,375 is the full price tuition.
$1,100 is the tuition for alumni and students of Sarah Lawrence College's Health Advocacy Program: Use discount code HAPALUM during checkout

Early Bird Discount: pre-register by August 15, 2014 and receive 10% off the full tuition. (not applicable to those who are using the HAP alum discount.)

Payment Information

There is a $100 Non-refundable Enrollment Deposit due at the time of registration, but you are welcome to pay the entire tuition up front. 

Full tuition is due by September 15, 2014. 

If this date is prohibitive for your financial situation, please contact Katrina Brown at your earliest convenience for information about alternate payment arrangements. 

For registration questions, contact Katrina Brown: or 914-395-2205

Continuing Education Credit

This program will provide 29 Continuing Legal Education transitional/non-transitional Skills and 4.5 Ethics and Professionalism.  CLE credits are awarded by Pace Law School.

Pace Law School is certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in New York State.

Register Now

To register online for the Mediation in Health Care program, access our secure registration page by clicking here. You can also register over the phone: please call (914) 395-2205 or e-mail her if you have any questions about registration.

For More Information

For questions or more information about the program, please call Crystal Greene at (914) 395-2602 or e-mail her at

For assistance with registration, please call Katrina Brown at (914) 395-2205 or e-mail her at

Learn more about the Sarah Lawrence College Health Advocacy graduate program. Visit the Health Advocacy site»