I suggest you add this feature to Studioware 2.0...

set monthly tuition based on a custom field.

If a specific custom field (for example, "PerformanceGroup") is set to "true", the monthly tuition for that student is set to a specific amount.

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    Tony Palomino shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    completed  ·  AdminStudioware Support (QuestWare, LLC Owner, Studioware) responded  · 

    This enhancement has been completed in Studioware 2.0 (www.Studioware2.com).

    More information about Studioware 2.0: http://support.studioware2.com

    Class Tuition: https://support.studioware2.com/kb/a11/how-do-i-define-class-tuition.aspx
    Student Custom Field Tuition: https://support.studioware2.com/kb/a64/tuition-type-student-custom-field.aspx

    Thank you,
    Studioware 2.0 Support
    email: support@studioware2.com

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      • Jason commented  · 

        I hope the studioware folks assess all these ideas and combine where necessary. There are many ways of solving this problem (which we also have). The multiple tuition schedule suggestion would help us with this problem. I do think this idea would help too but I like the multiple tuition schedule suggestion better.

      • Jonathan commented  · 

        Yes I need to be able to customize my tuition for my students. Some of my students are on Company and their rate is different from those who are taking 5 classes normally. Same for my Hip Hop Crew, they take 3 classes but the rate for that is different from 3 classes.

        Right now I have to make changes on each student and their rate which is long and tedious.

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