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If you have not yet submitted the FAFSA, please do so at your earliest convenience. You cannot qualify for any federal or institutional need-based aid if you do not file a FAFSA.
Once you receive your package, you will be contacted by a member of our Admission staff to answer any questions. If you would like to accept your award, simply sign the form and return it to the Office of Financial Aid.
Step 1: Submit your commitment deposit.
To reserve a spot in our incoming class you must pay a deposit of $200.
All deposits must be paid in full and are not covered by financial aid. Refunds of deposits are issued at the discretion of the Business Services and Admission offices.
The commitment deposit form is available one week after an admission decision has been made and is accessed through our application system.
To access the form: Log in with the same user name and password that you created when you completed the application. Click on the "decision" link.
Step 2: Complete and return the following forms:
The Residential Life application is located on the same system as our Application for Admission. Use the same user name and password you created when you applied for admission. Select "Residential Life application" at the welcome screen.
Note: Once you pay your residential deposit, your spot in our residential community is reserved. Although you are guaranteed a bed upon payment of deposit, the Residential Life application is required to place you in a specific unit with compatible roommates. You may pay the residential deposit by credit card or check when you have completed the Residential Life application.
CSF form (International students only)
F-1 Student Transfer Release form (International students currently studying in the US on an F-1 Visa only)
These forms must be submitted to the University before enrollment.
You will receive notification about our registration dates by email and will be able to register on your VIP information page. If you are unable to receive email, please contact the Admission office at (310) 303-7311.
If you have taken the SAT, ACT, TOEFL, IELTS or AP tests, we ask that you submit your scores to the Office of Admission (if you have not already done so) by no later than one week before your selected registration date.
Standardized test scores, though optional, are used to place students into math and English courses.
NOTE: If a student does not submit test scores, he or she must sit for our placement exams on the selected registration date.
If the test scores submitted do not meet the threshold for placement into college-level course work, the student may opt to sit for placement testing. This may or may not result in placement into a higher-level course.
Students will be notified of their placement or their need to test before their selected registration date.
Step 4: Payment of tuition
Tuition may be paid in full, or you may enroll in a payment plan.Payment Plan
We have a four-payment plan that covers the fall 2013 semester. The plan is available with no interest and is administered through Tuition Management Systems (TMS).
There is a one-time enrollment fee of $40 due with your first payment.
Payment in Full
Payment can be made by cash, check, money order, wire or credit card (VISA, MasterCard and Discover).
Step 5: Submit your official, final high school transcript showing your date of graduation.
Your official, final transcript must be sent by your school to our Admission office in a sealed envelope. You will not be allowed to enroll in classes until this document is received.
Step 6: Attend Orientation
Read more about the schedule on the 2013 Orientation Page
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