|TUITION & FEES (2012-2013 Academic Year, beginning Summer 2012 Semester)|
|Evening, Weekend, Accelerated, Intersession & Summer Courses|
|Undergraduate Evening & Online per credit||$500.00|
|Bridge program (day classes)per credit||$765.00|
For a listing of fees, please go to the Student Service Center site.
You may pay tuition by means of check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. If you are being sponsored by your employer or religious community, you must have a letter on the sponsor's letterhead and signed by a company official or religious superior to present to the Financial Assistance Office at each registration. This letter should include your name and ID number, as well as the number of courses or credits the sponsor is authorizing. Payment must not be based on passing grades. Payment is due upon receipt of tuition bill.
- Be currently employed by an organization which maintains a qualified tuition reimbursement program
- Be accepted and enrolled in an SJU PLS or Graduate Program
- Return the form along with the non-refundable participation fee of $35.00 by the original due date shown on your tuition invoice along with a signed copy of your Tuition Repayment Promissory Note. Educators must show letter from principal of school stating that the school district will pay the school directly for tuition balance. Refer to Employer Tuition Deferral form for more complete details.
DEFERRED PAYMENT PROGRAM
Saint Joseph's University offers a Deferred Payment Plan (DPP) alternative to making large, lump sum payments each term. This enables you to budget for the cost of tuition and fees over four months for the Fall, Spring or Summer Term and two months for Summer Session I or Summer Session II only. Participation does not affect your eligibility to receive financial aid. To enroll in this program, you can download the application or:
- Go to MySJU and log in to secure area
- Click on School Services
- Administrative Services
- Student Services & Financial Aid
- Student Records & Payments
- Payment Plans
- IPP-HES 4 month Deferred Payment Plan
If you must withdraw from a course, the Student Service Center must be notified in writing either by completing the appropriate withdrawal form or by letter. A refund of tuition will be based on the date on the withdrawal form or the postmark on the letter. Refunds for students with Financial Aid may differ from the established refund policy of the University. Consult the Financial Aid Office for further information. In extraordinary circumstances, such as serious illness or injury, when a student is forced to withdraw from classes after the refund period has ended, a written appeal may be made to the Student Account committee at the Student Service Center requesting special consideration. Appropriate documentation is required with such an appeal.