Advance Deposits

 
 

Admissions Deposit

Undergraduate Students


Fall - The $100 deposit will be applied to the first semester's bill. If the student paid an advance deposit yet never enrolled, they can request a refund of the $100 admissions deposit by May 1 of the current year. Once enrolled, but prior to the start of classes, if the student decides not to attend, they can defer twice (there is no deadline as to date of deferral notice). After the second deferral, the deposit is forfeited and the student must reapply and redeposit. Once enrolled but after the start of classes, if student withdraws, the deposit is forfeited.

Spring - Deposits from transfer students who never enroll are not refundable. Student can defer until fall if they notify Admissions by May 1.

Graduate Students 

The $50 non-refundable deposit is good for the academic year for which the student plans to begin his/her studies, unless the student defers. The deposit will be applied to the bill within the academic year. If the student does not enroll and does not defer, the deposit is forfeited.

Physician Assistant Program Students

The $450 non-refundable advance deposit is good for the spring term of the academic year in which the student plans to begin his/her Physician Assistant Program graduate studies, unless the student defers. If the student does not enroll and does not defer, the deposit is forfeited.

Orthodontics Program Students 

Residents of the Orthodontics Program are required to pay a $5,000 non-refundable deposit that will be applied toward their tuition. Interns are required to pay a $1,000 non-refundable deposit that will be applied toward their tuition. Remaining tuition is due by June 20. Any intern who replaces a resident must pay any remaining balance due immediately.

Adult Degree Program Students

The $50 non-refundable advance deposit is good for the academic year in which the student plans to begin his/her studies, unless the student defers. The deposit will be applied to the bill within the academic year. If the student does not enroll and does not defer, the deposit is forfeited.

Housing Deposit 

Undergraduate, Graduate, Physician Assistant and Adult Degree Program Resident Students

Fall - The room deposit carries forward until the student graduates, or stays enrolled in classes but moves off campus. If the student is not enrolled for fall, he/she must send a written request for a refund to the Office of Residence Life by July 1. If the student is not enrolled and does not request a refund by July 1, deposit is forfeited. After a student graduates or moves off campus, if there are no housing fines, the deposit is either applied against current tuition charges or refunded.

Spring - The room deposit carries forward until the student graduates, or stays enrolled in classes but moves off campus. If the student is not enrolled for spring, he/she must send a written request for a refund to the Office of Residence Life no more than two weeks prior to the start of spring classes. If a student is not enrolled and does not request a refund two weeks before the start of spring classes, the deposit is forfeited. After a student graduates or moves off campus, if there are no housing fines, the deposit is either applied against current tuition charges or refunded.