Master of Social Work
The College offers several payment options. One option is to pay the balance, net of estimated financial aid, before the beginning of each semester (August 1 and January 1).
Another option, is to pay the balance in four monthly installments, net of estimated financial aid, per semester beginning August 1 through November 1, for the fall semester and January 1 through April 1, for the spring semester. The processing fee to participate in this plan is $40 per semester. In addition, a life insurance policy is included under this plan at no additional cost. The insurance covers the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the student; however, they must be under 65 years of age.
Graduate or part-time students may opt for a per semester payment plan. The processing fee to participate in this plan is $40 per semester.
You can view and pay your bill on-line at: http://commerce.cashnet.com/spfldcolpay.
For currently enrolled students, non-enrolled students, students who have been separated, dismissed, suspended, expelled, disciplined, withdrawn and/or are on a leave of absence, the College will withhold all official transcripts, access to registration for courses, selection of a residence hall room and the awarding of diplomas to any student whose account is not paid in full when due. A late charge of $75 will be assessed for each month that a payment is past due. The student and/or the party, who is responsible for the payment of the student account, shall be jointly liable to the College for all costs of collection and reasonable attorney’s fees incurred. The student is required to make full payment of all accounts prior to the deadline for Commencement (date established by the Registrar). Non-enrolled students with a balance on their account, will be placed in collections.
When a student registers for classes, he/she is responsible for the tuition charges and other College costs. Non-attendance in classes does not constitute withdrawing or dropping a class. Any changes to a student's course schedule requires the approval of an academic advisor.