Financial Information

Interns may apply for private loans for the program. Private grants or scholarships, as well as low-interest loans, may be available from corporations, community, civic groups, religious or professional organizations, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the California Dietetic Association, and CSUSB Foundation. These organizations set their own deadlines for applications so please go to their websites to obtain information and application.

Scholarship eligibility criteria for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics are usually published in the September issue of the AND Journal

ISPP Program Expenses

Program costs and estimated expenses can be found in the Program Brochure.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

Students must officially notify the College of Extended and Global Education in writing and prior to the tuition fee deadline to request a withdrawal and a refund of any tuition fee payments made, minus the $500 nonrefundable deposit. The tuition fee deadline can be found in the current year ISPP Brochure. 

In the event of a cancellation of the program because of insufficient enrollment or for other reasons, a full refund of fees will be made. An ISPP intern who decides to withdraw from the dietetic internship and is not planning on completing the internship program at CSUSB prior to the start of the supervised-practice may receive a refund if the slot vacated can be replaced by another intern. However, the ISPP application fee and program deposit will not be refunded.

To contact the College of Extended and Global Education in writing, email the ISPP Program Manager or