Submit Your Deposit
Submit Your Deposit
The $100 admissions deposit will be applied to the first semester's bill.
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Fall Semester - If you pay your admission deposit but never enroll, you can send a written refund request (postmarked by May 1 of the current year) to the Office of Admissions.
Spring Semester - Deposits are nonrefundable.
Physician Assistant B.S./M.S. Program Students
An $800 deposit is required of all students accepted into the B.S./M.S. Program and is applied to your tuition at the graduate level of the program.
The $50 nonrefundable deposit is good for the academic year for which you plan to begin your studies, unless you defer, and will be applied to your bill. If you do not enroll and do not defer, the deposit is forfeited.
Physician Assistant M.S. Program Students
The $1000 nonrefundable advance deposit is good for the spring term of the academic year in which you plan to begin your Physician Assistant Program graduate studies. If you don't enroll, the deposit is forfeited.
Orthodontics Program Students
As a resident of the Orthodontics Program you pay a $5,000 non-refundable deposit that is applied to your tuition. (Interns pay a $1,000 non-refundable deposit that is applied to tuition.) Remaining tuition is due by June 20. Any intern who replaces a resident must pay any remaining balance due immediately.
The housing deposit carries forward until you graduate, or stay enrolled in classes but move off campus. After you graduate or move off campus, if there are no housing fines, this deposit is either applied against current tuition charges or refunded.
Fall Semester - If you do not enroll for the fall semester, you must send a written request for a refund to the Office of Residence Life by July 1. If you do not enroll and do not request a refund by July 1, the deposit is forfeited.
Spring Semester - If you do not enroll for the spring semester, you 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 you don't enroll and don't request a refund two weeks before the start of spring classes, the deposit is forfeited.