FINANCIAL INFORMATION

 

All tuition and fees must be paid in U.S. dollars ($). Students are required to pay tuition and fees at the time of registration in each semester.

 

Tuition Information              (Subject to annual revision)

ESL program                    Student is charged tuition for each level

 Cost is $500 for each level of instruction.

 

Program

Per Unit Cost

Per Semester

Full Time Tuition Cost

Per Semester

Pre-School Teacher /

Director Program

$150

$1800

Bachelor Program

$200

$2500

Master and Doctoral

Programs

$250

$3000

     

 

Students in the degree programs and Pre-School Teacher and Director Programs are charged tuition on a semester basis or per semester unit Basis. ESL students are charged tuition based upon the number of levels Needed to complete their program. The maximum cost for the ESL Program is $4500.

 

Fees

Library Fee per Semester all programs

Graduation Fee - Undergraduate programs

Graduation Fee - Masters Degree

Graduation Fee – Doctoral Degree

Masterí»s Level Advisory Fee

Doctoral Level Dissertation or Project Fee

Doctoral Continuation Fee per Quarter

Matriculation Fee: Degree Programs only

Application Fee (non-refundable)

Registration Fee for each Semester (non-refundable)

Late registration Fee applicable for each Semester

(non-refundable)

Transcript Copy Fee (first 5 free)

Degree/Diploma Replacement Fee

 

$ 10

$ 50

$100

$150

$100

$200

$200

$100

$ 75

$ 25

$ 25

 

$  5

$ 25

 

Auditing Course (not for credit): (Non-refundable)----------------------------------- $ 100.00

Certificate Fee:     Single issue --------------------------------------------------------------$  10.00

Student ID Card Fee: (Non-refundable)---------------------------------------------------$  10.00

 

Non Refundable Changes

Return Check Fee:  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------$  25.00

Course Drop/Add/Change Fee---------------------------------------------------------------$  20.00

 

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICES

 

Cancellation and Refund Rights

The Student has a right to cancel their contract for school and receive a full refund less the non-refundable registration fee of $50 up to and including the first class day of instruction.

Cancellation is done by written cancellation and must be received at the school no later than the first class day of instruction. Cancellation must be done by written notice and it need take any form but need only state that the student wishes to cancel their contract for enrollment. The student will receive a refund of any tuition paid less the non-refundable registration fee of $50 within 30 days of cancellation.

 

If a student drops or withdraws from the course, the student will receive a pro-rate refund, less the non-refundable registration fee of $50, for all tuition paid for which instruction was not received up to 60% completion point of the course. Students who drop or withdraw from the course after the 60% completion point are not eligible for refund. Students show do not show up for class and who do not cancel their contract will be deemed as having withdrawn on the first class day and will be charged the non-refundable fee of $50. Refunds will be calculated and sent to the student within 30 days of dropping or withdrawing from the class. Absences are counted as attempted hours for purpose of calculating refunds.

 

Example Refund Calculation

The following is an example of how the instruction will calculate a refund. The refund is based upon a student attempting 15 hours of instruction and pre-paying $300.

 

1. Total Cost: $400 - $50 (non-fundable registration fee) =$300

2. Divide %595 by 40 to find the cost per hour of instruction = $7.29 per hour

3. Multiply the amount in line 2 times the total hours attempted ($7.29 X 15 hours = $109.38)

This is the amount of tuition earned by the institution.

4. Subtract the amount in line 3 from the amount the student has paid, minus the non-refundable registration fee $50. If the total amount is a positive number, this is the amount to be refunded to the student. If the total amount is a negative number, this is the amount the student still owes for the instruction.

   $300(paid) - $50(registration fee) = $250 - $109.38 (tuition earned) = $140.62

(Refund owed to the student)

5. Any refund on tuition paid by third party, will be refunded to the third party and not student.

 

WITHDRAWING OR DROPPING AFTER COMPLETING 60% OF THE COURSE WILL NOT RESULT IN A REFUND.

 

 

Financial Information for M.S.A.A.M. program

 

Tuition Payment Policy

Full payment of tuition and fees is due by the registration deadline, which is posted each quarter. Payments may be made in cash, check or credit card (Visa, Master Card).  A payment plan is offered to students whose tuition exceeds $650 per quarter, in which case payment can be made in two or three monthly installments.  All fees owed for any reason must be paid in full before registering for the following quarter unless other arrangements have been made with the Registrar. Please contact the Registrar for specific details.

 

* An audit course may be taken for half tuition cost if the student has successfully completed the course at another institution. The student must decide within the first two weeks of the quarter if the course will be taken for credit or as an audit course.

NOTE: No transcript request will be processed ifthere is an outstanding financial obligation to the University.

 

Limitation on Cost

The University makes every effort to avoid increases and to hold costs to a necessary minimum.  Normally, tuition and fee changes are announced at least one full term before becoming effective. With the constant changes in the economic picture of this country, the University reserves the right to change tuition/fees when necessary without notice.

 

Tuition Refund Policy

Tuition refunds will be made consistent with applicable state and federal requirements. Students wishing to cancel their enrollment must notify the registrar of their intent in writing. The effective date of cancellation is the date the notice is postmarked or handed to the Registrar (or to an approved University administrative officer).

Tuition refund policies also apply to any student who may be stopped from the program by the administration. The tuition refund for any given course, quarter or special session is based on the pro-rata percentage of course hours conducted by the University before official cancellation of enrollment until sixty-percent of the course has been completed. For refunds, please refer to the following:

 

Percent of Attendance Time

Up to 10% of class attendance hours:

Over 10% - 25% of class attendance hrs.:

Over 25% - 60% of class attendance hrs.:

Over 60% of class attendance hours:

Maximum Amt. of Refund

90%

75%

40%

No refund

 

An enrollee may cancel enrollment before or on the first day of class in any given quarter or special session and receive a full refund of all tuition and refundable fees paid toward that quarter or session.

Students wishing to withdraw from individual classes after the beginning of class must complete the Drop/Add Form which must be approved by the Academic Dean. The form must be handed to the Registrar. There are no refunds for needles, herbs, books or other supplies.