Important Tuition Facts
Making a Payment
All payments must be made through TCWEB and QuikPay. QuikPay is updated every 24 hours. Any current changes made to your account will be apparent with the following update.
Cash/Foreign Checks/Third Party Checks are not accepted. Bank Checks/Certified Checks/Money Orders are the only forms of payment that will be accepted in the office.
For Questions about QuikPay: Call us or email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to assist you.
To pay by personal check, please use the "e-check" option.
Please note that any student who bounces a check more than once will no longer be permitted to pay by personal check. The fee for a bounced check is $40.00.
Touro University accepts VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
Debit cards will be denied by your bank if the amount owed is over its allowed daily limit.
Please consider the following when paying by credit card:
Your name must be embossed on the card to be an authorized user. The authorized user must be present at time of payment. You may add an authorized payer to your TCWEB QuikPay account.
Payment of Tuition
Tuition is due the first Friday after your classes begin. Students have a grace period until the last day of that month to pay tuition in full without any penalties.
Students with an outstanding balance past the grace period will be assessed a late payment fee of $100.00 per month until the balance is paid in full.
Tuition and fees must be paid in full for the current semester in order to register for an upcoming semester.
Students wishing to be considered for Financial Aid must file a Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) form as soon as possible by logging onto the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. For more information please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Applying for Financial Aid does not constitute deferment of tuition payment.
Tuition Refund Schedule
A student wishing to withdraw from classes must notify the office of the Associate Dean of Student Services and fill out a Request for Withdrawal form. Upon approval of a Request for Withdrawal the following tuition refund schedule will apply.
Before the opening of class: 100% of tuition
During the first week of classes: 90% of tuition
During the second week of classes: 75% of tuition
During the third week of classes: 50% of tuition
During the fourth week of classes: 25% of tuition
After fourth week of classes: No refund
*The administrative fee is non-refundable.
Under certain circumstances, the above schedule may be superseded by federally mandated refund calculations.
If the student has not paid full tuition and fees for the term in which the withdrawal takes place, he or she must pay the proportionate amount noted above before leaving Touro University. The withdrawal date is the date that the Associate Dean of Student Services receives written notice of withdrawal, i.e., a completed Official Withdrawal Form. In cases of academic dismissal, tuition paid in advance for the term immediately following the dismissal date will be 100% refundable.
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