Master's Tuition Payment Options
- Full payment at the time of registration
- Deferred payment plan
- Financial Aid
- VA Benefits
- Employer sponsorship
- Employer reimbursement
Obligation for Payment
If students fail to make a payment to the college when it is due, they risk being prohibited from taking classes or any examinations, or having their transcript, certificate or diploma withheld. Outstanding accounts will be sent to collections.
Methods of Payment
You can make payments to the Business Office. If your company wants to be billed directly, it is your responsibility to contact the Business Office. The office accepts sponsor tuition assistance, cash, personal checks and Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express cards.
Master's Programs Deferred Payment Plan
Masters's students are required to pay 50 percent of tuition upon registration. If tuition is not paid in full at the start of classes, students will be automatically enrolled in the deferred payment plan and assessed a $30 deferment fee. The remaining balance is due four weeks after classes begin. Nonpayment of tuition could result in cancellation of student registration.
Financial Aid Opportunities
You may be eligible for student loans if you are registered for six or more credits. Learn how to apply
for federal student aid.
Capitol Technology University is approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the use of veterans education benefits. The college is approved for a variety of VA programs. The Office of Registration and Records can help you explore your VA benefit options
Financial Aid and Veterans' Benefits
Students in a master's program receiving financial aid or Veterans' benefits must pay any remaining balance via one of the standard payment options.
Master's Employer Sponsorship
Master's students who are sponsored by an employer or other appropriate third party must submit authorization forms to the Business Office at the time of registration. Sponsors will be billed directly. Tuition not covered will be the responsibility of the student..
Master's Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Master's students who are reimbursed by an employer must submit authorization forms to the Business Office at the time of registration along with one third (1/3) of the tuition cost. Balance is due ten (10) days after classes end. Students who do not pay within the ten days will be subject to deferment fees and required to follow the standard payment options in the future.