Tuition and fees for the current academic year at the University of La Verne are outlined by college and program. The online student account serves as the official student bill and will reflect the charges, credits and amounts due. The student is responsible for the payment of any outstanding balance on his or her student account. All tuition, fees, and room and board charges are due by the deadlines listed below. Students who register after the due date are required to pay at the time of registration.
Please Note: The tuition charged to a student will be the rate which is current for the program in which the student is enrolled, regardless of the course in which the student enrolls. The university reserves the right to make changes to all published rates of tuition and fees at any time without prior written notice.
Financial Arrangements are due one week prior to the start of each session for all students with the exception of the following Programs: Traditional Undergraduate, College of Law and Public Service and Physician Assistant.
Traditional Undergraduate students who are registered in Semester and/or Session 1 are required to make financial arrangements no later than one month prior to the start of the semester. Fall Payment Deadline: July 23, 2023. Spring Payment Deadline: January 02, 2024.
Traditional Undergraduate students who are registered in Session 2 only are required to make financial arrangements no later than one week prior to the start of the session. Fall Session 2 only Payment Deadline: October 16, 2023. Spring Session 2 Payment Deadline: March 25, 2024.
College of Law and Public Service or Physician Assistant are required to make financial arrangements no later than two weeks prior to the start of the semester/trimester.
Students who do not make financial arrangements by these deadlines may be assessed up to $300 in late fees
Financial arrangements include payment in full or enrollment in a payment plan. No student is allowed to register for the next term if there is an overdue debt from a previous term. Please go to our Important Dates page for more information.