Financial Aid

Payment Plan Options

*Payment Plan Options and Policy Domestic Students:

Westcliff University offers three payment plans to assist students with their financial needs. As a student at Westcliff University, you are free to choose from any one of these options: Payment in Full: Tuition is due by the start date of the 1st course of the semester. 

Two Installments Deferred Payment Plan: This Westcliff University Deferred Payment Plan is available where deferrable charges, such as tuition and certain fees, are paid in two installments. The total fees for the semester are divided into two equal payments. The 1st payment is due prior to the 1st start date of the class, and the 2nd installment is due by midnight Saturday of the 8th week of the semester. There is a $50.00 fee for the two installment deferment plan. Three Installments Deferred Payment Plan: This Westcliff University Deferred Payment Plan is available where deferrable charges, such as tuition and certain fees, are paid in three installments. For three installments, the total fees for the semester are divided into three equal payments. The 1st payment is due prior to the 1st start date of the class, the 2nd installment is due by midnight Saturday of the 5th week of the semester, and the 3rd installment is due by midnight Saturday of the 10th week of the semester. There is a $75.00 fee for the three installment deferment plan. To request a deferment plan, please reach out to the Billing Department. The request must be submitted to the Billing department prior to the start date of the 1st class for approval.

*Payment Plan Options and Policy International Students:

Full Program Payment Option (1 payment prior to program start)
Students may elect to make a full payment for the entire program. Payment is due one week prior to the start of the program.

Per Semester Payment Plan (1 payment prior to each semester start)
Students may pay the semester tuition in full, along with applicable fees, four weeks prior to the beginning of a semester. Tuition is assessed in accordance with the student’s enrollment agreement.