Tuition and Fees Summer 2012 - Spring 2013
Per-unit tuition below represents the tuition charged for students enrolling in class in a given category. That is, tuition is based on the level and school and department of the class, not the program of the student. For example, if you enroll in a 500-level School of Theology class, you pay the rate for 500-level classes in that school, no matter what program you are in. If you enroll in a 500-level School of Psychology class, you pay that rate, no matter what your program is.
Please note that 500-level rates may be different in each of the three schools, and may be different at Regional Campuses or for Distance Learning than in Pasadena.
|School of Theology |
|500-level (MA, MDiv, ThM): Pasadena |
|500-level (MA, MDiv, ThM): Regional Campuses |
|500-level (MA, MDiv, ThM): IDL, Online |
|700-level (DMin Korean Program)|
|800-level (ThM, PhD)|
|School of Intercultural Studies |
|700-level (DMin Korean Program)|
|School of Psychology |
|800-level (Clinical PsyD, PhD)|
|800-level (Marriage/Family PhD)|
|Continuation Fees(Required when not registering for classes except Summer quarter) |
|Intercultural Studies PhD/DMiss (per quarter)|
|Psychology PhD MFT|
|Psychology PhD MFT dissertation continuation|
|Psychology PhD, PsyD|
|Psychology MS MFT practicum continuation|
|All Seminary Council Fees (Pasadena campus only) |
|Fall-Winter-Spring 8 units or more (per qtr)|
|Fall-Winter-Spring 7 units or less (per qtr)|
|Summer 8 units or more|
|Summer 7 units or less|
|Special Fees |
|New Student Fee*|
|Parking (per quarter - Pasadena)|
|Additional Vehicle (per quarter - Pasadena)|
|Late Payment Fee|
*Charged on the Pasadena campus only, the first time you register for a course for credit at Fuller
** Fuller Seminary reserves the right to change tuition and fees at at time.
Tuition Refund Policy
Pasadena Campus. For ten-week classes dropped between registration and the end of the day Friday of the first week of classes, the refund is 100 percent. For those classes dropped by Friday of the second week of classes, the refund is 75 percent; for those dropped the third week of classes the refund is 50 percent; for those dropped the fourth week of classes the refund is 25 percent. No refund is made for courses dropped after the fourth week of classes. Courses are added at the full rate. There is no refund of audit charges.
For courses offered in one-week intensive sessions, there is a 100 percent refund if the course is dropped by the end of the first day; a 75 percent refund on the second day; and a 50 percent refund if dropped on the third day. No refund will be made thereafter. Courses are added at the full rate. There is no refund of audit charges.
For courses offered in two-week intensive sessions, there is a 100 percent refund if the course is dropped by the end of the day Tuesday of the first week; a 75 percent refund Wednesday; a 50 percent refund if dropped Thursday; and a 25 percent refund if the course is dropped on Friday of the first week. No refund will be made thereafter. Courses are added at the full rate. There is no refund of audit charges.
For courses offered in the five-week intensive sessions, there is a 100 percent refund if the course is dropped by the end of the Wednesday of the first week; a 75 percent refund through Monday of the second week; a 50 percent refund through Wednesday of the second week; and a 25 percent refund through Monday of the third week. No refund will be made thereafter. Courses are added at the full rate. There is no refund of audit charges.
Regional Campuses. A separate tuition refund policy applies to classes offered at Fuller's regional campuses. To meet these deadlines, any registration or course change must be done in Portico by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on the day indicated below.
Ten-week classes (including all courses which do not have a regular meeting schedule, such as field education and directed studies)
- 100-percent refund: Friday, 1st week of the quarter
- 75-percent refund: Friday, 2nd week
- 50-percent refund: Friday, 3rd week
- 25-percent refund: Friday, 4th week
Weekend classes (meeting for a series of weekends, Friday night and Saturday, or just Saturday)
- 100-percent refund: Wednesday after the 1st weekend
- 50-percent refund: Friday of the 2nd weekend
- 100-percent refund: Tuesday, 1st week
- 75-percent refund: Wednesday, 1st week
- 50-percent refund: Thursday, 1st week
- 25-percent refund: Friday, 1st week
- No refund: Friday, 1st week
- 100-percent refund: Monday (1st day)
- 75-percent refund: Tuesday (2nd day)
- 50-percent refund: Wednesday (3rd day)
- No refund: Wednesday (3rd day)
Government Loans and Tuition Refund. Students who have received government loan monies (i.e., Perkins, Stafford, and HEAL) for quarters in which they drop below half-time enrollment may owe a refund to their lender. Contact the Student Financial Services Office for details.
Tuition Payment Policy
Fuller Seminary requires either full payment or completion of specific provisions for payment within seven calendar days of registration. These provisions include the remaining balance being covered by verified Fuller financial aid, a Fuller Tuition Payment Plan with two or three payments (depending on your program), or a combination of both.
The seminary accepts cash, check, debit (ATM) cards, electronic check (ACH), and MasterCard and Visa credit cards for payment. Arrangements to use VA or GI Bill benefits for payment must be made with the Student Financial Services Office prior to registration.
Option 1: Full Payment (no Fuller Financial Aid Expected). Pay any prior balance before registering. Pay all new tuition and fees by 4:00pm PST the first Monday of the quarter (or DMiss term or DMin class). Additional charges incurred after this deadline are due immediately.
If you are not registering for classes, but you have Fuller student health insurance and/or an unpaid balance, the seminary requires full payment of health insurance and any other charges (such as continuation fees, etc.), as well as any previous balance, by the first Friday of the quarter.
Option 2: Full Payment by Fuller Financial Aid. If payment of all tuition and fees for the term is to be made by Fuller grants, scholarships, and/or federal student loans, you must pay any previous balance due prior to registering. You must have a current and fully processed Fuller financial aid application on file in order to use this option. If your Fuller financial aid is not sufficient to pay your tuition and fees in full, you must either pay the difference or enroll in the Fuller Tuition Payment Plan by 4:00 pm Pacific time of the first day of the quarter (or DMiss term or DMin class). A $250 Late Payment Fee will be assessed if your balance is not paid in full or you are not enrolled in a tuition payment plan by this deadline.
Option 3: Tuition Payment Plan. If you cannot pay in full at registration and would like the convenience of making monthly payments, you may sign up for a Fuller Tuition Payment Plan (FTPP). Plans are administered directly by the Student Financial Services Offices. If you choose this option, you must pay any previous balance in order to register. A $250 Late Payment Fee will be assessed if your balance is not paid in full or you are not enrolled in a tuition payment plan by 4:00pm PST the first Monday of the quarter (or DMiss term or DMin class).
Payment Plan Details. Signing up for a FTPP allows you to pay that quarter’s tuition and fees in monthly installments over a period of one or two months, depending on when you register and sign up for the plan. The nonrefundable quarterly fee for this service is $40, and no interest is charged. Payments are made directly to Fuller via automatic withdrawal, mail, or online. Payments are due on the 5th of each month and a fee of $35 is charged for each late payment.
Overdue Accounts Policy
Students whose tuition, housing or bookstore accounts are not current will not be able to register for the next quarter, receive diplomas, or have transcripts issued. The seminary, in accordance with its goals of maintaining only current student accounts and encouraging faithful financial stewardship among students, may turn any student account that is delinquent 45 or more days over to professional collection agencies.