Tuition, room and board, and fees are billed each semester approximately sixty days before the start of each semester. Please see our Refund Policy for information on return of tuition and fees.
To assist students and their families with the cost of education, the college offers several payment plans. Any alternative to standard payment arrangements must be made in consultation with the business office.
Our college-funded work-study program provides students the opportunity to receive on-campus employment. Priority is given to those students who demonstrate financial need by submitting a complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). There are placement opportunities in various departments, with an assigned number of hours students are expected to complete.
Students seeking additional funding to cover the balance due may want to consider private loans. We work with a number of lenders for students pursuing this option. A Lender Comparison Tool is available on our ELM Resourcessite, allowing a side-by-side comparison of lenders along with contact and application information. Please call the financial aid office for more information about these loans.