Financial Services

Tuition and Fees Schedule

Students can obtain the current Tuition and Fees Schedule by visiting or contacting the Admission or the Finance Officer.

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO
Registration Cost
Orlando Campus
TUITIONS 2016 – 2017
TOT CODES ORLANDO
TBA TUITION BUSINESS ADM. $ 275
TEN TUITION ENGINEERING $ 315
TGN TUITION GENERAL COURSE $ 275
TGR TUITION GRADUATES $ 395
GENERAS FEES (Per Trimester – 12 weeks)
UNDERGRADUATE FEES
UGFM UNDERGRADUATE GENERAL FEE $ 155
GRADUATE FEES
GGFM GRADUATE GENERAL FEE $ 155
OTHER FEES
ACE ACADEMIC EVALUATION FEE (FIRST ONE IS FREE) $ 15
ADB APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION $ 30
ADG APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION – GRADUATE $ 50
ADF APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION – INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS $ 150
IDC CAMPUS CARD $ 15
CER CERTIFICATION FEE $ 5
CMP CHANGE FOR ACADEMIC CONCENTRATIONS OR PROGRAMS $ 25
RRC COPY OF REGISTRATION REPORT $ 5
DPC DEFERRED PAYMENT CHARGE $ 100
ADC DROP FEE/PARTIAL & TOTAL WITHDRAWAL (PER COURSE) $ 15
DDI DUPLICATE DIPLOMA $ 75
DID DUPLICATE ID CARD $ 15
GRA GRADUATION FEE $ 185
GRA GRADUATION FEE (LATE) $ 205
IIFM INTERNATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FEE (PER TERM) $ 400
LAB LABORATORIES $ 170
LRE LATE REGISTRATION FEE $ 60
REA READMISSION $ 30
RCF RETURN CHECK PROCESSING $ 50
TRA TRANSCRIPT FEE $ 8
TUITION AND FEES SCHEDULE ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PREVIOUS NOTICE.
OTHER SERVICES CHARGES NOT INCLUDED.

Bursar Duties

  • Coordinates enrollment and billing.
  • Oversees the overall operations of student financial services, billing and receivables, and cashiering functions of the university.
  • Plans and arranges the financial portion of registrations.
  • Insures accurate statements of charges and monthly statements.
  • Oversees the university’s cashier responsibilities and ensures proper deposit activities.
  • Plans, organizes and directs all bursar office activities related to registration including fee payment and cash receiving.
  • Reviews cash receiving and financial aid disbursement.

Payment Procedures

Tuition and fees are payable in full during the registration period, or prior to the first day of classes.  Students may opt to defer payment for thirty (30) days at a cost of the deferred payment fee, after paying at least 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.  Late charges on pending balances are 2.0% per month.

Collection Policy

  • Tuition and fees due from previous terms of study must be paid in full prior to the student registering for any additional courses.
  • Any balance remaining after 30 days will be subject to a 1.5% monthly charge.
  • Balances remaining unpaid after 180 days will be subject to a collection fee of $20 plus the 2.0% monthly charge.

Students who requested financial aid or veteran benefits must consult the Financial Aid Coordinator before their registration may be completed.

Payments of fees can be made either in cash, money order, a certified check, Visa, Master Card, American Express or Discover Card.  Failure to pay any University fees when due may result in administrative withdrawal and/or in with holding copies of student’s academic records or other documents.  Students with pending balances on their accounts are not permitted to enroll in subsequent trimesters.

Refund Policies

The Finance Office is responsible for complying with the refund policies established by the Institution.  These policies take into consideration institutional and current federal regulations.  The procedure to apply for a refund must be submitted in writing, and in accordance with the academic calendar.  The policies will be applied as follows:

Total withdrawal for student registered for the 12 weeks term (two sections)

On or before the first day of the term ………..100%

Second week ………………………………………. 33.33%

Third week and after ………………………..…………0%

 

Total withdrawal for student registered for second section of the term will be reimbursed as follows:

On or before the first day of the term …………100%

Fourth and fifth day of classes ………………..33.33%

Sixth day and after …………………………….………..0%

 

Refund percentage only applies to tuition costs.  Registration,Student Learning Center, Educational Technology Center and activities fees are nonrefundable.

Financial Delinquency

Students failing to pay their debts 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.

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office provides information to students and their families regarding the available financial aid programs as well as the application process and eligibility requirements.  Our mission is to provide accurate and clear consumer information to help students explore the different financial aid resources that can help them obtain the necessary funding to reach their academic goals.

Visit our Financial Aid website