Graduate Admissions
Finances

Payment Plans

  • We make every effort to assist you in meeting out-of-pockets costs. If a payment plan is necessary, required forms should be submitted and arrangements should be made through the Student Financial Services office in advance of the beginning of the quarter.

    Payment Plan A (monthly)

    An annual, nine-month payment plan is available through Seattle University. It offers a way you can incorporate the cost of college into your family budget for nine months. This is not a loan and no interest is charged. A $50 annual non-refundable enrollment fee is required.

    Each quarter, the plan takes the estimated total cost less verified financial aid and divides the remaining balance into three monthly installments. Installments will be due by the 1st of each month starting in October and ending in June.

    The plan is an excellent way for students to prepare for tuition costs and to spread payments over the course of the academic year, thereby giving you lower monthly payments instead of the alternative—a lump sum payments at the start of each quarter.

    Payment Plan B (quarterly)

    Plan B is a three-month payment plan that is available each quarter. This is a short-term, sixty-day extension that may be used to cover one quarter’s tuition and fees. One-third of the tuition/fees balance plus a $30.00 non-refundable handling fee is due on the tuition due date. Another third is due thirty 30 days after the academic quarter's official tuition due date. The remaining balance is due sixty days after the academic quarter's official tuition due date.

    Payment Plan C (deferred)

    Plan C is a one-month payment available each quarter. This offers a short term forty-five day extension that may be used to defer your quarterly tuition and fees for one month following the academic quarter's official tuition due date. A $30.00 non-refundable enrollment fee must be paid by the tuition due date on your quarterly billing invoice. The tuition balance is due by the assigned due date.

    Employer Deferred Payment Plan

    This option assists students who are reimbursed by their employer after they complete the courses. The university agrees to defer full or partial payment of tuition and fees based upon a promise from the student's employer to pay directly to the student. The student will make payment to the university within 30 days after final grades are posted. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee.

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