Tuition & Financing
In order to secure a place in the program, admitted students must pay a nonrefundable deposit to the university by the deadline stated in the acceptance letter. The deposit is credited toward the student's tuition upon matriculation. Under no circumstances can the acceptance deposit be waived. Students who fail to submit their deposit by the deadline forfeit their place in the entering class. Students who make deposits but do not enroll on the agreed date lose their deposits.
Tuition and fees may be subject to change and approval by the Board of Trustees.
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This listing is intended to summarize possible charges that could be incurred against a student's account. Certain charges depend upon specific circumstances, as noted. Fees that are not billed to the student account, such as course fees or placement test fees, may be required but are not listed here.
Financing continuing and professional studies is a major investment in a student's future. The Office of Student Affairs, in conjunction with the Office of Student Financial Planning, helps each student to understand and meet the financial needs of their program.
Withdrawal & Tuition Refund
Students who plan to withdraw from the University should carefully read all information about financial considerations, the withdrawal procedure, and tuition refunds.
We want to make sure that the cost of your continuing education and professional studies do not stand in the way of your goals.