Rates below apply only to students enrolled in online degree programs for the 2013-14 academic year. Please refer to your catalog for detailed information on tuition and fees; student health and accident insurance; and books and supplies. Charges are assessed once a student registers.
Per 1.0 credit hour: $324Per 4.5 credit course: $1,458
The online programs for the BS in Culinary Arts & Food Service Management and BS in Baking & Pastry Arts and Food Service Management require a residency of 5 days on a JWU campus to complete the FSM4061 Advanced Food Service Operations Management course. Students are expected to pay for their own travel, lodging and meals. Expenses are estimated at $1,200 to $1,500.
Payment OptionsRepresentatives are available to discuss your balance and available payment options. Your payment plan must remain in good standing, including prior to the payment deadline, in order to avoid a hold and/or schedule deletion.
Making an online payment is quick and easy. We have partnered with Tuition Management Systems (TMS) to provide this service. You may make a one-time payment, a term payment, or set up a monthly payment plan.
Company ReimbursementThere is no advance payment if your employer(s) offers tuition reimbursement. Contact your human resources department to determine your eligibility.
Veterans BenefitsJWU is approved for the training of veterans in accordance with the rules and regulations administered by the US Veteran’s Administration. Eligible veterans should contact the Department of Veterans Affairs. Those living in the US should look in the Government Listings section of the Verizon White Pages to obtain the telephone number for their state’s Department of Veterans Affairs office.
Payment DeadlinePrior to each term payment deadline date, you must select (or maintain) an approved payment plan. Failure to satisfy this requirement will result in the immediate and permanent deletion of your schedule and a financial hold will be placed on your account. A student who does not meet this deadline will be able to (re)schedule for available courses (a previous schedule cannot be guaranteed) only when a payment plan has been established and all holds preventing registration are clear.
A variety of payment options are available and representatives are available to help you satisfy the payment deadline requirement. The effective administration of this policy will allow you to begin classes in a prepared and timely fashion, and will allow the university to plan adequately for services and resources on your behalf.