Graduate Students receiving employer reimbursements for tuition may be eligible for deferred payment of up to 90% of tuition if:
- The student's employer reimburses 100% of tuition at the end of each term.
- The student's account is current.
What's needed to apply
- An Employer Reimbursement Deferment Request completed by the student.
- A letter from the student’s employer, indicating the terms for reimbursement.
Note: A new Employer Reimbursement Deferment Request and Employer Letter must be provided each term.
How it works
To initiate the deferred payment process, the student should:
- Completed the Employer Reimbursement Deferment Request here.
- Upon receipt, the Cashier’s Office will notify, via e-mail, the student of their approval and provide next-step information for completing the process, which, if approved, will include:
- Up-front payment of the first 10% of tuition for the term, 100% of term fees and other non-tuition charges, and a $75.00 Deferred Payment Plan Fee.
- The remaining 90% of tuition will become due on the final billing statement of the term.
Payment Dates by Term
|Term||10% Tuition plus Non-Tuition Charges||90% Tuition|
|Fall Semester||September 10||December 10|
|Spring Semester||February 10||May 10|
|Summer Sessions||Not Offered|
|Summer Quadmester||July 10||September 10|
|Fall Quadmester||October 10||December 10|
|Winter Quadmester||January 10||March 10|
|Spring Quadmester||April 10||June 10|
Failure to pay
Per the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement, the student is fully responsible to pay for all tuition, room and board, fees and other charges incurred by the student or assessed as a result of registration and/or receipt of services or fines. Balances left unpaid on the student's account are subject to standard billing and late fees, registration holds, transcript/degree holds, and collection agency actions.