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Payment Options and Due Dates

At the beginning of each term you must choose a payment option. If no option is chosen by the last day of the term's Add/Drop period, you will be assigned to the Simple Payment Option.

Students with a history of delinquent accounts must use the Simple Payment Option.

The Two and Three Payments Options can only be used for tuition & room/board charges less any financial aid.

To select the Two or Three Payments Options, go the Student Center in Wavenet (https://wavenet.pepperdine.edu), in the Finances section, Click on the "Account Inquiry" link and then select the Payment Plan tab on the next page.

See the following schedule for applicable terms/explanations and due dates:

Simple-Payment Option: Balance due in full by the 1st day after the add/drop period for the term.*

Two-Payment Option: Tuition & room/board charges, less any aid, are divided into two payments to be paid by due dates listed below. A non-refundable fee of $25 will apply.

  • 1st Installment: Due 1st day after the add/drop period for the term*
  • 2nd Installment: 30 days after 1st payment due date

Three-Payment Option: Tuition & room/board charges, less any aid, are divided into three payments to be paid by due dates listed below. A non-refundable fee of $50 will apply. This option is not available to students in the Online MA in Clinical Psychology program.

  • 1st Installment: Due 1st day after the add/drop period for the term*
  • 2nd Installment: 30 days after 1st payment due date
  • 3rd Installment: 30 days after 2nd payment due date

* Add/drop dates and tuition rates for each term are listed in the GSEP Term Handbook and Academic Catalog.

Company Tuition Reimbursement Form

Some companies have benefits plans that include tuition reimbursement for qualifying courses/academic programs for employees. Students are encouraged to contact their employer's human resources department to find out if they are eligible for this benefit. For more information click HERE.

Financial Aid

The Graduate School of Education and Psychology offers a financial aid program that provides assistance to more than 75% of the student body. For specific information about the types of financial aid available, the financial aid application process and the status of your financial aid, please visit the Financial Aid site.

Penalties on Late Payments and Unpaid Balances

Students are responsible for viewing their student accounts online, for noting their account balances due, and for making the appropriate arrangements for payment to be made by the due date. Finance charges will accrue daily on any past due balances at a rate of .027%.