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Tuition And Fees Schedule For Undergraduate Programs

The following schedule of tuition and fees applies to all undergraduate students of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.. Academic Year consists of three consecutive academic periods called terms from August to July.

TUITION PER CREDIT - HOUR
TOT CODES DESCRIPTION

FISCAL YEAR
2010-2011

TEN TUITION ENGINEERING $185.00
TBA TUITION BUSINESS ADM. $170.00
TGN TUITION GENERAL COURSE $170.00
TAR TUITION ARCHITECTURE $195.00
GENERAL FEES
(per trimester – 12 weeks)
DESCRIPTION UNDERGRADUATE FEES FISCAL YEAR
2010-2011
ATL ATHLETIC FEE $30.00
CTI TECHNOLOGY FEE $75.00
LIB LIBRARY $60.00
REG REGISTRATION $35.00
STA-UG STUDENT ACTIVITIES $25.00
OTHER FEES
ADB APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION $30.00
ADF APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS $50.00
REA READMISSION $25.00
TRA TRANSCRIPTS $6.00
CER CERTIFICATIONS $4.00
RRC COPY OF REGISTRATION REPORT $2.00
ADC DROP COURSE FEE (per course) $15.00
DPC DEFERRED PAYMENT CHARGE $25.00
DSG ARCHITECTURE DESIGN $225.00
ACE ACADEMIC EVALUATION FEE (first on is free) $10.00
DID DUPLICATE ID CARD $16.00
IDC CAMPUS CARD $15.00
LAB LABORATORIES $175.00
LRE LATE REGISTRATION FEES $60.00
PAK PARKING ACCESS $50.00
DDI DUPLICATE DIPLOMA $50.00
ADC PARTIAL/TOTAL WITHDRAWAL $15.00
GRA GRADUATION FEE $135.00
SRM STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES $25.00

Tuition and Fees are Subject to Change without Previous Notice

Payment of Tuition & Fees

Tuition and fees are payable in full during the registration period, and prior to the first day of classes. Students that decide to pay in full during the registration process will receive a 2% discount from the remaining balance that is not covered by financial aid or other sponsorships. Students may opt to defer payment for thirty (30) days at a cost of $15.00 (deferred payment fee), after paying 50% of total cost (including other financial aid). The deferred payment will allow the student a grace period after the first day of classes to pay the remaining balance without paying late charges. The registration process is not complete until all fees have been paid or proper arrangement for deferred payment has been made.

In case the student cannot fully satisfy his debt prior to registration, the University's collection policy is as follows:

  1. Tuition and fees due from previous terms of study must be paid in full, prior to the student registering for the current trimester.
  2. Any balance remaining after 30 days will be subject to a 1.5% monthly surcharge.
  3. Balances remaining unpaid after 180 days will be subject to a collection fee of $20 (see (b) above).

Students who have requested financial aid or veteran benefits must consult either the Director of Student Financial Aid or the Institution's Veterans Representative in the Registrar's Office, before their registration can be completed.

Payment of fees can be made either in cash, money order, a bank manager's check, a certified check, Automatic Teller (ATH), Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Failure to pay any University fees when due may result in administrative withdrawal or withholding copies of student's academic records or other documents by the appropriate University officials. Students with pending balances on their accounts are not permitted to enroll in subsequent quarters.

Veteran'S Benefits

Students eligible for Veterans benefits are required to make their financial arrangements in line with the policies of the University for all students.

Refund Policies

The Finance Office is responsible for complying with the refund policy established by the Institution. The procedure to apply for a refund must be submitted in writing, and in accordance with the academic term calendar.

Institutional Refund Policy

For total withdrawal of student:

Percentage of Refund
During first week of classes in each term 100%
During second week of classes in each term 33% Tuition and Laboratory Fees
During third week of classes or after each term 0.00%

Registration, Library, Athletic Fee, Technology Fee and Activities Fees are non refundable.

Federal Return Policy

The Federal Return Policy states that the institution must return in full all the Title IV funds assigned to a student who withdraws and/or is terminated on or before completing 60% of the term of period enrolled for which aid was awarded. This return will be calculated, case by case, based on the student’s last day of attendance.

Financial Delinquency

Students failing to pay their debt to the university on or before the day payment is due may be excluded from graduation. The University may also withhold grades, the issuance of transcripts, degrees, diplomas, and the granting of certificates of good standing to any student whose account is in arrears. Inactive students with debts will have the opportunity to pay the pending balances. Their payment plan agreement with Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico is held in association with the United Credit Bureau Service. If the students fail to comply with the payment plan, they are referred to a collection agency. Students referred to an agency for collection will be charged an additional $20.00 fee.

Sponsored Students Interruption of services as described above, will include those students with outstanding debt including their particular sponsors.

Student Consumer Information

The University conforms to the Student Consumer Information Requirements established by the United States Department of Education, and hereby serves notice that the Director of Student Financial Aid and office staff are the persons designated under those requirements to assist the student or prospective student in obtaining information regarding student financial assistance.

Financial Aid:

Financial Aid Website

The University participates in the following student financial aid programs:

  • Federal Pell Grant.
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG).
  • Federal Work Study Program (FWSP).
  • Institutional Work Study Program (IWSP).
  • Federal Family Education Loan Program (Stafford Loan).
  • State Grants and Scholarships.
  • Institutional Scholarships.

 

General Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible to receive aid, a student must meet the following requirements: Be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible alien. Make satisfactory academic progress. Have a high school diploma, or its equivalent. Sign a statement of Educational Purpose / Certification Statement on refunds and default.

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