Tuition and fees are incurred at the time of registration. It is important to note that the billing statement is only a reminder of a payment due and that all payments are expected by the due date regardless of whether a statement is received. If you are nearing a payment due date and have not received a statement, please contact Student Accounts at (630) 829-6503 for assistance to determine the amount due and to verify our records of your mailing address.
Winter 2013 tuition
Graduate Quarter Tuition is due seven (7) calendar days after the first day of class.
Spring 2013 tuition
Traditional Undergraduate & Graduate Semester Tuition is due Monday, January 21, 2013. Since January 21st falls on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, payment can be made on Tuesday, January 22nd without penalty.
- Adult & Graduate Quarter Tuition is due seven (7) calendar days after the first day of class.
- PhD (OD and VDL Programs) and Alt Cert Program Tuition is due according to signed Financial Arrangement Agreement with the Student Accounts Office.
- Spring Online Session 3 Tuition is due Monday, January 14, 2013.
- Spring Online Session 4 Tuition is due Monday, March 11, 2013.
Failure to make payment or have other accepted payment arrangements in place by the deadline will result in a late payment fee of $100 and a financial hold placed on the student's account. Financial holds restrict all academic activities, which include course registration, transcript release, participation in graduation, and diploma release.
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Payments made by personal check, business check or online by ACH will be subject to a 14 day hold to allow for clearance of funds. This hold will not be lifted until 14 days have passed, regardless of your scheduled registration date. Any holds on your account must be satisfied before registration for the upcoming term will be allowed.
If you have questions regarding an outstanding balance or a financial hold on your account, please contact the Student Accounts Office at (630) 829-6503.
All financial obligations, including graduation fees, must be settled prior to pick-up of cap and gown.
WARNING! Acceptable methods of payment include Cash, Cashier's Check, Money Order, Visa, MasterCard or Discover only. Personal checks will no longer be accepted to remove holds prior to commencement.