Tuition and Fees
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You can find current tuition and fees listed for each program on the Student Accounts website:View Tuition & Fees »
Tuition is due and payable on or before the first class meeting, unless you have made alternative payment arrangements. Late payment fees are assessed on delinquent accounts. Students with delinquent accounts cannot register for the new term until fees for the prior term have been paid. All financial obligations must be met before academic records (diplomas, grade reports and transcripts) will be released.
Employer Reimbursement Plan
Students who receive tuition reimbursement from their employer may delay payment for up to eight weeks from the end of the term. To take advantage of this plan you are responsible for:
- Submitting a confirmation letter or company plan for reimbursement from your employer.
- Submitting a completed Employer Reimbursement application the term you begin your enrollment and annually (fall term) thereafter
- Accessing your electronic statement through TouchNet
- Accessing your grades through WebAdvisor
If the above steps are not completed by the end of the second week of the semester, a $50 late transaction fee will be assessed.
If your employer does not provide 100% reimbursement, you are responsible for paying the difference prior to the first class meeting. If your employer reimbursement plan has a maximum annual limit, CLU will cancel your deferral when that limit is reached. You will be responsible for payment of all tuition charges exceeding your policy limit prior to the first class meeting.
Applications are available on campus on the Student Accounts web page under "forms". The form may be downloaded and faxed to 805-493-3886 or completed online and transmitted electronically to the Student Accounts Office.
Students are ultimately responsible for payment of their fees, tuition and costs. Payment of your account is expected when your employer reimburses you or no later than eight weeks after the end of the term.
If full payment has not been received within eight weeks from the end of the term, interest of 1.25% will accrue monthly on the unpaid balance. A hold will be placed on your account to prevent future registrations until your balance has been paid in full.