Financial Options and Scholarships

Apollos University offers its students a wide range of flexible payment opportunities to help the modern working adult contribute to their educational costs without incurring student loan debt


Apollos University offers its students a wide range of flexible payment opportunities to help the modern working adult contribute to their educational costs without incurring student loan debt. The following is a brief list of those options:
 
Student Payment Options for all new applicants applying after November 7, 2016:

Terms & Conditions for Options 2, 3, and 4.

Eligibility
  • Not available to students participating in VA Benefits programs or students whose employer is paying their tuition.
Enrollment Requirements

  • Required to complete a minimum of five classes every 12 months.
Payment Terms

  • The Monthly Installment Plan covers the library, tuition, and gradation fees.  Other fees and cost must be paid separately.
  • All payments must be in U.S. dollars.  NOTE: Student agrees that payment of all tuition and fees must be paid in full before the student will be allowed to graduate.
TILA Disclosure
  • There is no “Prepayment Penalty” if the student decides to make advanced payments or payments that exceed the agreed payment minimum
 
Tuition Payment Plans

  • Option 1 – Pay as classes are taken

I will be billed when I register for new classes and pays full price of the class before the class starts.

  • Option 2 – Pay in two equal payments as I register for a class(es)

I will be billed when I register for a new class(es) and will pay one half (1/2) of the tuition and any fees upon registration.  The second half will be paid 30 days later. No interest will be charged on the unpaid balance; however, a late fee of $20 will be assessed on each past due payment. If payment and late fee(s) is not made within 30 days of due date, the student will be placed on Financial Hold and will not be allowed to register for future classes. NOTE: Student agrees that payment of all tuition and fees must be paid in full before the student will be allowed to graduate. 

  • Option 3 Initial $500 payment with monthly payments of $150

I will pay an initial payment of $500.00 toward the total tuition and fees for the degree program in a single payment by the start date of the first class. The remaining balance of tuition and fees will be paid at the rate of $150.00 per month. The monthly payments will begin the month after the initial payment. Payments are due on the 15th of each month until the full amount is paid, including any optional tuition or fees I agree to add. No interest will be charged on the unpaid balance; however, a late fee of $20 will be assessed on each past due payment. If payment and late fee(s) is not made within 30 days of due date, the student will be placed on Financial Hold and will not be allowed to register for future classes. NOTE: Student agrees that payment of all tuition and fees must be paid in full before the student will be allowed to graduate. 

  • Option 4 – Initial $300 payment with monthly payments of $200

I will pay an initial payment of $300.00 toward the total tuition and fees for the degree program in a single payment by the start date of the first class. The remaining balance of tuition and fees will be paid at the rate of $200.00 per month. The monthly payments will begin the month after the initial payment. Payments are due on the 15th of each month until the full amount is paid, including any optional tuition or fees I agree to add. No interest will be charged on the unpaid balance; however, a late fee of $20 will be assessed on each past due payment. If payment and late fee(s) is not made within 30 days of due date, the student will be placed on Financial Hold and will not be allowed to register for future classes. NOTE: Student agrees that payment of all tuition and fees must be paid in full before the student will be allowed to graduate. 

  • Option 5 – Pay full tuition amount for degree in a single payment.

I will make a payment for the full tuition and fees for the degree program in a single payment before starting the first class.


Employer Payment Plan: Under this plan, the student works with their organization to establish billing and payment parameters where the organization pays for part or all of the student’s tuition and fees.

Private Loan Plans: Under this plan, the student will work with a lender to establish funding. Payment for said funding must be on account with Apollos prior to taking courses.  The following are a couple of the options for students.  Apollos does not endorse private loan companies so the student must be diligent and obtain sufficient information in order to make a wise decision.
  • Schools Federal Credit Union Student Loans:  www.schoolsfcu.org.
  • TFC Tuition Financing offers a revolving loan program which is a great choice for students because it is designed for degree programs with tuition billed by the semester. The interest rate is 5%, which is comparable to Title IV interest rates. Financing plans are for a maximum of 3 years for the undergraduate and doctorate programs and a maximum of 2 years for the master's programs to repay. The minimum monthly payment is $200. TFC offers the benefit of reporting your account status to the national credit bureaus. This reporting will help you increase your credit score or help you establish a good credit history. Contact TFC at 925-498-2502.
External Scholarship Plan: Under this plan, the student works on their behalf to foster external scholarships to help pay for tuition and related materials. Courses will typically not be authorized to take until External Scholarship funding is accepted by Apollos.

Organizational Tuition Reimbursement Plan: Under this plan, the student works with their organizations Human Resources department to pay for outstanding tuition and fees. This requires the student put a credit card on file. Apollos will offer the student a 60-day deferment from the 1st day of billing after which the credit card will be charged if payment has not been received. Apollos will provide the student supporting documentation such as a receipt and/or invoice for courses as well as grade card needed to supply Human Resources with proof of attendance.

Tribal Aid Plan: Under this plan, the student must have established lines with the tribe in question. A voucher or payment will be required with terms 90-days net from the first date of billing.
 
Information about additional financing programs may be obtained by working with a Financial representative at finance@apollos.edu or info@apollos.edu for more information. You may also call 714-841-6252.