Tuition and Assistance

Our Adult Programming schedule for next year runs from 9 am – 5 pm, Mondays through Thursdays, and 9 am – 4 pm on Fridays.

2022-23 Academic Year Tuition & Fees

Full-Day = 36 hours of programming for 44 weeks

For first-year students and/or students who are not yet competitively employed or attending additional post-secondary options


Flex-Day = 18-22 hours of programming for 44 weeks

For students who are competitively employed and/or attending additional post-secondary options


Community Engagement Days = All-Day (~9am-4pm) Fridays*

$1,500 = 10 days

$2,500 = 20 days

$5,000 = all-year (~46 days)

*(Prices are doubled for non-participants)

A la carte = on a per class basis

Tuition Assistance

Franklin Capstone accepts students for admission without regard to their financial status. If assistance is needed, we base that decision on the amount of need and available funding.

Individuals who qualify for state and county funding may be able to use their funds towards the cost of tuition. In Minnesota, this is most often through the consumer-directed community supports (CDCS) or other comparable waiver supports. Contact for more information if you believe you may be eligible.

To help us objectively assess what a family is able to contribute toward education expenses for their child, we use TADS as a trusted third party. TADS provides an analysis of a family’s “Estimated Family Contribution” and is a critical component of our tuition assistance award decisions, however, it is just a start. To make our tuition assistance award decisions, we use TADS results as the baseline for our review, taking into consideration our total tuition assistance budget, other information we may have collected, our school’s policies and priorities, and the needs of the entire applicant pool.

Please visit the TADS website by clicking the button below. Create a new account and complete the financial assistance application process. Applications are due by April 15, 2023.

Click here to apply at