|Bachelor of Arts||$242 per unit|
|Bachelor of Science||$242 per unit|
|Master of Arts||$278 per unit|
|Master of Divinity||$278 per unit|
|Master of Arts in Information Technology||$378 per unit|
|Master of Business Administration||$500 per unit|
|Certificate in ESL||$17.3 per hour|
|Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology||$500 per unit|
Ph.D. ProgramThe Ph.D. program is a single-fee program payable (1) in full at the time of matriculation, (2) in four annual installments at the beginning of each academic year, or (3) by permission in monthly installments for four years. Students who do not complete the program within the eight-year time frame will be charged the Ph.D. Program Continuation Fee per year from the ninth year.
The fee applies to all Ph.D. candidates who complete the program in eight years or less.
Tuition would be reduced proportional to transfer credits allowed toward the degree. The maximum allowable is 20 credits of total 60 units, therefore maximum reduction would be one third of total tuition due.
|Four-Annual Installments||Years 1 to 4: $9,550 per year|
|Ph.D. Program Continuation Fee||Year 9+: $2,500 per year|
D.Min. ProgramThe D.Min. program is a single-fee program payable (1) in full at the time of matriculation, (2) in three annual installments at the beginning of each academic year, or (3) by permission in monthly installments for three years. Students who do not complete the program within the six-year time frame will be charged the D.Min. Program Continuation Fee per year from the seventh year.
The fee applies to all D.Min. candidates who complete the program in six years or less.
|Three-Annual Installments||Years 1 to 3: $4,000 per year|
|D.Min. Program Continuation Fee||Year 7+: $2,000 per year|
|Three-Annual Installments||Years 1 to 3: $6,750 per year|
|D.Min. Program Continuation Fee||Year 7+: $2,000 per year|
|Oral Defense Fee||$300|
|Advanced Deposit for Leave of Absence||$200 per year|
|Students who request a one-year leave of absence are required to pay a non-refundable $200 Advanced Deposit for Leave of Absence. The fee will reserve their space for guaranteed enrollment and will be applied directly toward the students' tuition account.|
|Continued Leave of Absence Request fee||$100 per year|
|D.Min. Program Extension Fee||$250 per year|
|If the student requests and is approved for an extended time limit to complete their program, the student must pay a non-refundable $250 D.Min Program Extension Fee per year, plus an additional Continuation Fee required for the longer program.|
|Auditing, doctoral degree program||$100 per unit|
|Colloquium Registration Fee||Charged prior to the event|
|Fee is assessed and charged prior to the event. The fee does not cover travel, lodging, and other incidental expenses. Students are responsible for their own personal expenses.|
|Application for Admission / Re-Admission||$75|
|Applied Music Fee||$25 per course|
|Transcript Issuance||$15 per copy|
|Enrollment Verification||$15 per copy|
|Third Party Forms with specialized information||$15 per copy|
|The Registrar Office will complete and certify third-party forms that require information different from current enrollment verification form.|
|Customized Verification Documents||$50 per copy|
|The Registrar Office will create a customized document other than an official documents|
|Diploma Replacement||$30 per copy|
|Expedite Service Fee (Rush Processing)||$25|
|Transcript Evaluation Fee||$50|
|Student ID Card||$15|
|Advanced Standing Examinations||$20 per exam|
|Comprehensive Exam||$50 per exam|
|Auditing, Master's and Bachelor's degree||$50 per unit|
|Late Registration Fee||$50|
|Course Add/Drop Fee||$15 per course|
|Advanced Deposit for Leave of Absence||$150 per quarter|
|Advanced Deposit for Leave of Absence: Students who request a one quarter leave of absence are required to pay a non-refundable $150 Advanced Deposit for Leave of Absence. The fee will reserve their space for guaranteed enrollment and will be applied directly toward the students' tuition account.|
|Continued Leave of Absence Request fee||$100 per quarter|
|Transfer Credit Fee||$80|
|Late Payment Fee||$75|
|Late Financial Aid Application Fee||$25|
|Installment Late Payment Fee||$25 per occurrence|
|Installment Payment Sign-up Fee (3 months)||$25|
|Installment Payment Sign-up Fee (4 months or more)||$50|
|Graduation Fee for Doctoral Program||$200|
|Graduation Fee: A non-refundable Graduation Fee is assessed to all students at the University each time a student applies to graduate. It is used to defray the cost of processing candidates for graduation, printing diplomas, and conducting the commencement ceremonies. The Graduation Fee does not cover the cap and gown fees.|
*Olivet University reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time.
Installment Payment Plan for Bachelor's and Master's Program
Olivet wants to help students budget for the cost of their education cost by offering them an equal and interest-free installment payment option. Payment plans available are a three-month plan (for fall, winter and spring) or two-month plan (for summer). A $25 fee will be charged during sign-up for an installment payment plan. If a student fails to pay the first installment, he or she will be terminated from the installment plan and the remaining balance will be due immediately.
Installment Payment Plan for D.Min. Program
Students may request three-annual installments, three quarterly installments or ten-month installments payment plan. A $25 fee will be charged during sign-up for three quarterly installments payment plan and a $50 fee will be charged for ten month installments payment plan. No sign-up fee will be charged for the three-annual installments payment plan.
All financial obligations are to be paid on or before the due date and an account is considered delinquent the day after the financial obligation is due. It is the student's responsibility to keep his/her account current. If accounts are delinquent, the following fees or restrictions will be applied:
Student Account Disputes
All disputes concerning student accounts should be directed to the Student Finance Office. Contact staff by email at email@example.com
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Student's Right to Cancel: A student who cancels the enrollment agreement within seven days (until midnight of the seventh day excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays) after signing the agreement will receive a refund of all monies paid except the non-refundable application fee. A student who cancels after seven days but prior to the student's first lesson and materials are received will receive a refund of all monies paid except for the nonrefundable application fee. All requests for cancellation by the Student must be made in writing and mailed or hand delivered to the Registrar, Olivet University, 36401 Tripp Flats Rd, Anza, CA 92539. Cancellation is effective on the date written notice of cancellation is sent. A withdrawal may be effectuated by the student's written notice or by the student's conduct, including, but not necessarily limited to, a student's lack of attendance. If the institution sent first lesson and materials before an effective cancellation notice was received, the institution shall make a refund within 30 days after the student's return of the materials.
Refund Policy: Students officially withdrawing or leaving from Olivet University may receive a partial or full refund of tuition. Regardless, a $15 drop fee will be applied per course drop fee. All other fees are non-refundable. Refunds will be based on the total charge incurred by the student at the time of withdrawal or leave, not the amount the student has actually paid. Students must complete a Student Withdrawal Form or Leave of Absence Form and submit it to the Registrar's office. The effective date is the date that the student files the form. Refunds will be made within 30 calendar days of the notification of an official withdrawal or leave of absence.
Refund schedule for Bachelor's, Master's Program and Certificate Program
Fall, Winter and Spring quarter:
Refund schedule for D.Min. Program
*Partial Refund is based on the tuition billed for the quarter in which the student withdraws, according to the following formula: Tuition billed for the quarter - tuition / total program hours program hours x course completed hours = refund due. For the purpose of this calculation, the total program hours equals the number of hours scheduled for the term.