Tuition and Fees

Tuition for the College of LifeLong Learning is charged on a per-credit basis. In addition, fees for specific courses and services are indicated in the chart below.

Immaculata offers many different types of financial aid to assist students. Learn more by visiting the IU Office of Financial Aid or by contacting 484-323-3028, or

Tuition and Fees Schedule for Academic Year 2017-2018

Tuition per credit hour $ 540
Non-credit workshop tuition $ 180
Course Related Fees
Art Fees $10 - $60
Business/Accounting Assessment Fee $50
Challenge Exam $ 75
Credit for Prior Learning $ 10 per credit
CSI Exercise Workshop Fee $40
Dietetic Practicum $55
Fashion Course Fee $50/$75
Field Placement $60
Lab Fee $75
Music Lesson: 30 Minutes $320
Music Lesson: 60 Minutes $620
Music Therapy $75
Nursing Clinical Fee $50
Nursing Clinical Fee Level I $385
Nursing Clinical Fee Level II $495
Nursing Clinical Fee Level III $725
Student Teaching and Observation $230
Miscellaneous Fees  
Graduation Fee $150
Guest Room Fee $40 (daily)
Housing Fines Assessed by Student Development and Engagement
Late Payment Fee $30 per month
Parking Fines Assessed by Campus Safety
Parking Permit $ 25/$50
Replacement ID Card $15
Returned Check Fee (NSF) $25
On Campus Doctor Visit $10
Transcript Fee $10

Immaculata reserves the right to revise charges whenever the University or the Board of Trustees considers it to be appropriate.

Student Financial Responsibility Agreement

All students at Immaculata University are required to agree to the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement once each term before registering for courses. The Agreement is available in the registration area of SSIU (Self-Service IU), accessible through MyIU, and defines the financial terms and conditions associated with course registration. This includes the student's responsibility regarding payment of tuition and fees, IU email, electronic billing, late fees, financial holds, financial aid, course add/drop/withdrawal, change of name/address/phone number and debt collection.

Payment Policy

Tuition, charges, and fees are assessed on a term basis and are due in full by the term payment due date unless the student is enrolled in the IU Installment Payment Plan. Students registering after the term payment due date are required to pay at the time of registration. Once registered, a student assumes financial responsibility for charges. Students are not permitted to attend classes, register for future terms, receive grades, teacher certification verification, transcripts, diploma or occupy University housing until full payment or payment arrangements have been made with the Business Office prior to the term due date. Late fees in the amount of $30 are assessed monthly. 

It is the responsibility of all financial aid recipients to ensure that their financial aid is available by the term payment due date.

Students who receive reimbursement from their employer may obtain a course enrollment document that includes course information, grade, and cost. This document is available online at SSIU (Self Service IU), accessible through MyIU.

IU Installment Payment Plan

Immaculata offers an installment plan which allows students to distribute their term costs over three installment payment dates during a traditional term; three installments for fall, three installments for spring and three installments for summer. There is a $25 non-refundable installment plan enrollment fee payable at time of enrollment; this fee is not included as part of the installment payment plan. Students must complete an enrollment form and pay the $25 fee each term. To avoid account holds and a monthly late fee of $30, please remit payment on the corresponding due dates of the Installment Payment Plan Enrollment Form. Forms are also available on MyIU, on the Student Finances Page under Student Account Resources. For your convenience, payments are accepted online by logging on to MyIU and clicking on SSIU (Self-Service IU). The minimum account balance to qualify for the installment plan is $200. Term installment due dates may be found on the enrollment form.

ALERT: Payment Due Date Change

Spring Term tuition bill will be generated late November, with these payment due dates:

  • Payment in full or 1st installment: December 18
  • Second installment payment: January 16
  • Third installment payment: February 15

Installment plan forms will be available online through SSIU in November.

Summer Term tuition bill will be generated early April, with these payment due dates:

  • Payment in full or 1st installment: April 24
  • Second installment payment: May 23
  • Third installment payment: June 18

Payment Methods

  • Payments may be made by check, cash, or any major credit card.
  • Payments are accepted Online by logging on to MyIU and clicking on SSIU (Self-Service IU). Credit card and check payments are accepted. You can also schedule future payment transactions.
  • By mail. Make check payable to Immaculata University and mail to : Business Office, Villa Maria #14, Immaculata, PA 19345
  • In person at the Business Office located in Room #14 in the terrace level of Villa Maria between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  • Payment drop boxes are located outside the Business Office doors in Villa Maria and at the commuter entrance located in the terrace level of Loyola Hall.

Billing Information

Initial term bills are generated electronically and on paper. Subsequent monthly billing statements will be available only electronically. Electronic bills are available online at SSIU (Self Service at IU), accessible through MyIU.

Student Refunds

Please read the Business Office's policy on refunds. Contact for further information.

Collection Practice

Immaculata University reserves the right to assign outstanding account balances to collection agencies.

At the end of each term, students with an outstanding balance on their account are sent a letter from Immaculata requesting payment in full. If payment is not received within a specified timeframe, the account is placed with a letter writing agency, which issues a written notice to the student on behalf of the University. If the outstanding balance remains after the notice, Immaculata makes one last attempt to collect payment prior to assigning the account to a collection agency.

Once an account is assigned to a collection agency, all communication by the student must be made through the collection agency. Accounts are reported to credit bureaus. Students are responsible for paying the collection agency fee which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 40% of the debt, together with all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, necessary for the collection of a delinquent account. All payments must be made directly to the collection agency; Immaculata cannot accept direct payments once an account is placed with a collection agency. The account is considered paid in full when the total debt is paid. Once an account has been paid in full, holds may be applied to a student’s account to enforce payment polices.