Students must complete their financial arrangements no later than one week for Term based programs or two weeks for Semester based programs prior to the start of the term/semester. Students who do not make financial arrangements one week (term) or two weeks (semester) prior to the start of the term/semester will be assessed a fee of $100 or may be dropped from classes for non-payment. Students who have not made financial arrangements after 30 days from one week (term)or two weeks (semester) prior to the term/semester will be assessed an additional $200.
New students living on campus must complete their financial arrangements no later than 30 days prior to the start of the term/semester. Continuing students living on campus must complete their financial arrangements no later than June 25th. Students living on campus who fail to make arrangements prior to the deadlines listed above will lose their confirmed space and be moved to a “pending” list.
Financial arrangements include payment in full or enrollment in a payment plan. No student is allowed to register for a semester/term if there is an overdue debt from a previous semester or term. Students who register after the due date are required to pay at the time of registration. The University offers the payment options listed below.
1. Payment in Full.
Tuition, room, board, and any other fees are payable at the time of registration.
2. Deferred Payment Plans.
Payment plans are available for courses lasting eight weeks or more. Short-term courses of up to five weeks in length must be paid in full one week (Term based programs) or two weeks (Semester based programs) prior to the start of the term. All deferred payment plans require the completion of an agreement. If the student is under 18 years of age, a cosigner is required on the agreement.
All deferred payment plans require the payment of a fee at the time of registration or at the initiation of the monthly payment contract. The fee is based on the program in which the student is enrolled, as follows:
- Semester Based Programs … $75
- Term Based Programs … $50
All students electing a deferred payment plan who do not meet their payment dates will also be assessed a monthly late payment fee of $30. The University reserves the right to impose finance charges on all unpaid balances.
3. Payment Methods.
The University of La Verne accepts payments by cash, check, credit card, money order, traveler’s check, wire transfer, or by electronic check through the web at MyLaVerne. Accepted form of credit card payment include: VISA, MasterCard, and Discover. No payments are accepted at the Regional Campuses.
The tuition charged a student will be the rate which is current for the program in which the student is enrolled, regardless of the course in which the student enrolls. The University reserves the right to make changes to all published rates of tuition and fees at any time without prior written notice.