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CONTACT US


Center for Professional and Continuing Education
800.959.5376 or 209.946.2424
Office Location: 1776 W. March Lane Ste. 290, Stockton, CA 95207
Mailing Address: 3601 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95211
cpce@pacific.edu

Summer Fee and Payment Information

Tuition, Fees, and Refunds

Office of Student Accounts
Finance Center
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Email link Student Accounts
Telephone: 209.946.2517
Fax: 209.946.2468

 

Tuition and Fees 2014

Graduate and undergraduate courses tuition, per unit $685
Thesis, course 299 to 399 in any department, per unit $1,228
Individuals applied music lessons, per unit $744 (includes one unit tuition at $685 plus $59 for music lessons)
Re-registration fee $50
Petition Fee $25
Health Services fee, per session (required for all undergraduate students) $40
Late payment (per session) $50

Refunds

Students who officially withdraw or reduce their unit load may receive a tuition refund according to the schedule below. No refund will be issued without official notification by the student. The Office of the Registrar does not automatically drop students from their courses.

Summer Session I

May 12-14 100% (minus clerical charge of $30.00)
May 15-16 75%
May 17-193 50%
May 20-21 25%
No refunds after this date

Summer Session II

June 16-18 100% (minus clerical charge of $30.00)
June 19-20 75%
June 21-23 50%
June 24-25 25%
No refunds after this date

Summer Session III

July 21-23 100% (minus clerical charge of $30.00)
July 24-25 75%
July 26-28 50%
July 29-30 25%
No refunds after this date

Summer 2012 Payment Schedule

Summer Session I May 1, 2014
Summer Session II June 1, 2014
Summer Session III July 1, 2014

Payment Information

Payments by cash, paper check, money order, and cashiers check can be made at the Cashiers Office or Student Accounts in the Finance Center. Checks and money orders can be mailed to the address listed above. Please do not send cash by mail.

Payments can be made online through the "Manage Your Account" link which is accessed through insidepacific or through the Authorized User site. For more information, please go to our website located at www.pacific.edu/finance. Electronic checks/ACH must be made from personal savings or checking accounts. Commercial accounts and lines of credit cannot be utilized for online payments. The University also accepts payments via wire transfer. Please contact the Student Accounts Office for wire transfer information. Payments by cash, paper check, money order, and cashiers check can be made at the Cashiers' Office located in the Finance Center. Checks and money orders can be mailed to the Finance Center, 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211, attention Cashier's Office. Please do not send cash by mail. Please include the student's name and ID number on all remittances or correspondence. Student ID numbers will be written on all payments, if not included, when received.

The student must log into their insidePacific account and select the Manage Your Account option from the main page. Online payments utilizing your checking or savings account, excluding commercial accounts, can be made at this web location as well. Please include the student’s name and ID number on all remittances or correspondence. ID numbers will be written on all payments, if not included, when received. For more information, please contact the Student Accounts Office.

Financial Aid

Continuing Pacific students and new or returning students whose admission is effective in Summer 2013 may qualify for assistance in the form of a Federal Student Loan. However, because program regulations restrict students to a maximum annual loan amount, borrowing for summer usually results in reduced loan eligibility during the regular academic year. Undergraduate students who qualify for Federal Pell Grants may also be eligible for Summer Pell Grant payments. Please visit Financial Aid for more information.

Disclaimer

* The University reserves the right to change fees, modify its services, or change its programs at any time and without prior notice. It may cancel a student’s registration and other financial arrangements for failure to make payments as agreed. A payment returned by a financial institution constitutes the right of the University to cancel a student’s registration and other financial arrangements.