Students must establish payment arrangements prior to the start of term. The payment deadline is determined by your living arrangements (on campus vs. commuting).
Students Living On Campus
For the 2020/2021 academic year:
- All students who plan to live on campus must complete their financial arrangements no later than Monday, January 4, 2021.
Students who fail to make arrangements prior to the deadlines listed above may lose their confirmed space and be moved to a “pending” list.
Commuting and/or Off-site Students
Students enrolled in a semester-based program must make financial arrangements no later than Monday, January 4, 2021 (one month prior to the start of the semester). If you are registered for January Interterm and not a full-time student for Spring Semester, please make your payment arrangements for January Interterm by Monday, December 21, 2020.
Students enrolled at the College of Law must make financial arrangements no later than Monday, December 21, 2020 (two weeks prior to the start of the semester).
Students enrolled in the Physician Assistant program must make financial arrangements no later than Monday, December 21, 2020 (two weeks prior to the start of the trimester).
Students enrolled in a term-based program must make financial arrangements no later than Monday, December 28, 2020 (one week prior to the start of the term).
All students who do not make financial arrangements by the deadlines outlined above will be assessed a late financial arrangement fee of $100 or may be dropped from classes for non-payment. Students who have not made financial arrangements after 30 days from the deadlines outlined above will be assessed an additional $200 late payment fee.
Financial Arrangements include, but are not limited to:
- Payment in full
- Deferred Payment Plan with a down payment
- Tuition Assistance or V.A. benefits
- Third Party payment
- Federal or State Financial Aid (awarded & accepted)
- Student Loans
- Merit Awards
- Institutional Aid, (only available to traditional undergraduate students, registered full-time and assessed the full-time tuition rate (12-18 units per semester, excluding January Interterm).
A student may be prevented from registering for a semester/term or trimester if there is an overdue debt from a previous semester or term.
Students who have not made the necessary financial arrangements may have their classes cancelled for nonpayment. The University offers the payment options listed below, which must be completed at the time of registration.
Payment in Full
Tuition, room, board, and any other fees are payable at the time of registration.
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 month to one week prior to the start of the term. All deferred payment plans require the completion of an agreement.
All deferred payment plans require a down payment 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 and will be included in the agreed installments.