Education is an investment and involves some of the most important decisions a person will ever make. Therefore, enrollment counselors at Atlantis University are willing to guide interested students through their questions about estimated total costs, personal financing options, and strategies for reducing tuition expenses through credit transfers, installment plans and other programs.
Registration costs and requirements
When applying for registration, every student at Atlantis University must pay a non-refundable $50 fee and turn in a payment-plan agreement previously and completely filled out and signed. Students enrolling in a degree program must also fill out an Enrollment Agreement, a Semester Schedule Selection, as well as a Tuition Worksheet. This worksheet allows students to specify the tuition and fee schedule they would like to use.
Payments PlansPayments PlansStudents can choose from two kinds of payment options according to their preference:Plan 1) Fees may be totally paid at the beginning of the semester, prior to the first day of class.
Plan 2) Fees may be paid in three installments spread out over the course of the semester. The initial payment must be made prior to the first day of class. For those students choosing the installments plan, all tuition fees must be received no later than Thursday of the fourth week of the course session. Unpaid balances will cause finance charges, as well as late payments will yield late-payment fees. Spread out your tuition payments or get help from your employer.
Students who wish to postpone their tuition payments or are capable of getting education funding from their employers, should interview with an Enrollment Counselor to discuss the various payment options available at Atlantis University.
If a person applies and qualifies for more than one of the payment programs offered, Atlantis University will assume is interested in accepting that which offers the greatest reduction in semester cost. If the student prefers to take part in another of the benefit programs (for which is qualified), must confirm in writing which alternate program has chosen, prior to the beginning of classes.