The University is pleased to announce that it is one of the few universities in the country that allows students to attend classes before their initial tuition and fee payment must be made. There are two payment options available.
A Student Payment Agreement and Disclosure Statement are required to be completed as part of the admissions process. Contact the Business Office for additional information.
Extended Payment Plan:
|First payment: 1/4 of the account balance by||Sept. 19th||Feb. 19th|
|First payment: 1/3 of the account balance by||June 19th|
|Second payment: 1/3 of the account balance by||Oct. 19th||March 19th|
|Second payment: 1/2 of the account balance by||July 19th|
|Third payment: 1/2 of the account balance by||Nov. 19th||April 19th|
|Third payment: all remaining balance by||August 19th|
|Fourth payment: all remaining balance by||Dec. 19th||May 19th|
If a student elects to make payments over the term of the semester a FINANCE CHARGE of 1.1% per month (13.2% ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE) is assessed on the monthly unpaid balance.
End of Term Payment Plan:
The university recognizes that many employers reimburse their employees for tuition and fees at the end of the semester. The End of Term payment plan is available to students that do not receive financial aid, and whose employer reimburses him/her for at least 50% of the tuition balance based on receipt of a grade report for the corresponding term.
Under this plan, no tuition payment is required until the end of the term (see the schedule below for specific due dates). The student will incur a 1.1% FINANCE CHARGE each month on the unpaid balance throughout the semester. As mentioned above, this rate is lower than most credit card rates. To avoid this finance charge, the student may pay the full balance at the beginning of the term.
The payment schedule under this plan is as follows:
|Full payment is due||Feb. 19th||July 19th||Sept. 19th|
|To avoid a finance charge, full payment is due||Sept. 19th||Feb. 19th||June 19th|