At Larkin University, the Bursar Office is the centralized billing and collection location for students’ accounts and registration fee payments. All students are reminded of the following responsibilities and terms and conditions. Students who would like to submit tuition and fees payment online may do so by clicking on the button below.
Statement of Responsibility
In consideration of acceptance for enrollment at the University, the student and/or guarantor guarantees the payment of all costs for tuition, fees, room, board, and all other financial obligations incurred while in attendance at the institution. In addition, all financial obligations to the school must be met as a condition of graduation and participation in commencement ceremonies.
Terms and Conditions
The following terms and conditions are financial requirements of your education related to registration:
- Registration constitutes a financial agreement between you and the school. Tuition, fees and other charges you incur.
- Students assume responsibility for all costs incurred as a result of enrollment at Larkin University.
- It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of their account balance and maintain current valid postal address information at all times to ensure receipt of all school correspondence in a timely manner.
- Larkin University recognizes the school e-mail system as the primary electronic communication between the student and the school.
- Students are expected to check their e-mail on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with school-related communications.
Information on Credit Balances
When there are credit balances on student accounts due to overpayment of Institutional charges, students may request a refund of the balance.
Refunds / Withdrawal
The Institute refunds in full tuition for classes dropped by the last day of the Drop/Add period. There is no refund of tuition for individual courses dropped after the last day of the Drop/Add period. The Drop/Add period is the first week (5 business days) of the term.
Refunds for Withdrawing from Registration:
Withdrawal is defined as the dropping of one’s entire program in a given term as differentiated from dropping some, but not all, of one’s courses. Students who withdraw from a term are charged a $75 withdrawal fee and tuition and fees are charged according to a schedule set by the Registrars’ Office. Application fees, late fees, and research fees are not refundable.
|Week 1||Through the end of the drop/add period: 100% tuition and fees|
|Week 2||90% tuition refunded, no fees refunded|
|Week 3||80% tuition refunded, no fees refunded|
|Week 4||70% tuition refunded, no fees refunded|
|Week 5||60% tuition refunded, no fees refunded|
|Week 6||50% tuition refunded, no fees refunded|
|Week 7||40% tuition refunded, no fees refunded|
|*Note||All students who withdraw will be charged a $75 withdrawal fee|
A student is considered registered until the date on which written notice of withdrawal is received by the Office of the Dean.
If there is a debit balance after calculation of all anticipated charges and payments, students should make payments for the balances by the appropriate deadline (3RD week of term). Payments must be completed online through the payment portal. After the payment due date is past, a one-time late payment charge ($150) and late payment fees (1% per month) may be assessed on the unpaid balance.
Fellowships and loan proceeds are credited to student accounts following the registration period. Late payment charges or late fees may be assessed on remaining charges not covered by fellowship or financial aid.
The Bursars’ office has automated the process of issuing refund checks. All credit balances generated by financial aid will be automatically issued and mailed to your preferred address in the Registrar’s system. Please make sure your address is correct with the Office of the Registrar to ensure you receive your checks. Refunds are disbursed within 14 calendar days from when the credit balance has been created or 14 calendar days from the start of the term whichever date is later.
Note: If a credit card payment was made to your account within 90 calendar days of the refund date, funds will be issued to the credit card first. Any additional credit that remains will then be issued to you. The refund of a credit balance is not intended as a final accounting of all charges incurred on your account.