Office of the Bursar
2013-2014 Tuition & Fees Due Dates
Fall '13 Returning Students: Friday, July 5
Fall '13 New Students: Wednesday, July 31
Spring '14 All Students: Friday, December 6
Spring '14 New Students: Friday, January 3
Graduate, Credential, Nursing, and Adult Degree Programs: Tuition is due prior to the beginning of each class.
Location & Hours
Summer Office Hours (May 6th through August 2nd):
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a..m to 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
North Grimm Hall Bldg., 1st Floor
1530 Concordia West
Irvine, CA 92612-3203
Phone (949) 214-3075
Fax (949) 214-3073
Welcome from the Office of the Bursar
The Bursar's Office is here to provide you with your direct cost of attendance, payment information, refunds, financial holds and alternative payment options at Concordia University. We interact with students, parents, faculty, staff and administrators along with outside agencies either in person, by phone, or by email. Our goal is to make your experience at Concordia as financially feasible as possible, provide outstanding service while maintaining a high level of integrity, honesty, and professional ethics.
The information below will assist you in making timely payment of your tuition, room and board. We encourage you to manage your account online through MyRecords. After you log in select "My Student Bill" to view your student bill.
Your direct cost of attendance includes: tuition, fees and room and meals (if applicable). These charges are reflected on your student bill along with financial aid (grants and scholarships) and payments. Bills are sent to the address you have entered in MyRecords prior to the beginning of each semester.
Fines such as housing fines and library fines must be paid in full by the departmental deadline. Fines not paid or appealed within this time period are considered delinquent, and the amount of the fine will be added to the student's account. Should you have questions about fines, please contact the appropriate department.
Payments must be received by the due date (see above), whether you receive a Student Bill or not. It is the sole responsibility of the student to adhere to payment deadlines of his/her tuition and accommodation fees. If you make changes resulting in increased costs (after the payment deadline), you are required to make full payment of the difference when the changes are made. Tuition charges and fees are assessed when the student registers. Room and board charges are assessed upon assignments. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all necessary documents are submitted and approved by the correct department to allow housing and meal charges reflect on the tuition bill. All tuition, fees, housing and meal costs are due by the payment deadlines to avoid a $100 late fee.
Payments can be mailed in, made in person or online. We accept cash, check and e-check, money order, cashier's check and credit card. We accept MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Student refunds generated from excess student aid may be requested after the first day of classes. All financial aid requirements and documentation must be completed and approved before your refund is requested.
A student who has past due debt to the University will be assessed a financial hold. They will not be permitted to register in any program at the University. Holds are released when payment is received.
Alternative Payment Options
We provide monthly Payment Plans, Alternative Loans, and Parent PLUS Loans as alternative payment methods. We will work with you to find the best option for you. If you enroll with Tuitionpay, our payment plan provider, you will carry a balance until all payments are made. It is the responsibility of the student to verify that the remaining payments through Tuitionpay will pay off their semester or annual balance. Payment plan accounts are subject to a financial hold at the discretion of the University. A late payment fee of $100 will be assessed to your account if there is an outstanding balance after the designated due date.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Recipients
If your financial aid and/or scholarship(s) do not cover your semester charges it is your responsibility to seek alternative payment options for the amount of tuition remaining.The Credit/Anticipated Credit section of the bill reflects any aid that the University has received on your behalf. If you are aware of aid not reflected on your bill please contact the party responsible for your aid:
- CUI Scholarships, Federal & State Financial Aid, and Loans: contact the CUI Financial Aid Office.
- Outside resources: contact the source of your scholarship or grant
It should be noted that students must register Full-Time to receive Financial Aid. It is the student's responsibility to notify the Financial Aid Office if the student registers below 12 units. Please visit Financial Aid or The Bursar's Office for further information.
Please use this website as a resource, as the information provided is intended to help answer questions quickly and effectively regarding your University charges and credits. If, after searching our website you do not find the information you need, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone, email or come visit us on campus. We are here to be a resource to the families and students of Concordia.
We wish you a successful academic year,
Edgar Lόpez, MBA