Pace Online Degree Completion Programs Tuition and Financial Aid
Tuition and Financial Aid information below applies to the following online degree completion programs:
- AA in General Arts and Sciences
- BBA in Business Studies
- BS in Professional Communication Studies
- BS in Professional Technology Studies
Tuition and Fees
- $555 per credit
- Technology fee
- $60 per semester (part-time students, fall and spring)
- $100 per semester (students taking 12 credits or more)
- $50 ProctorU fee
Some courses may require additional fees.
Note: Pace University reserves the right to change tuition and fees.
Billing and payment information including due dates, how to make payments, and how to enroll in Pace’s Tuition Pay program can be found on the Office of Student Assistance website.
Students enrolled in Pace online degree completion programs are typically eligible for Federal Direct Stafford Loans if they meet the Federal requirements and may be eligible for a Pell grant. Federal loans are offered in both a subsidized and an unsubsidized loan option depending on need. For more information about federal student loans, please visit the U.S. Department of Education’s Financial Student Aid website.
Students enrolled in the Pace Online program are not eligible for institutional scholarships.
Please visit the FAFSA website for detailed information on how to file for federal student loans. The Pace University FAFSA code is: 002791.
Third Party Billing: Pace University will accept third party billing on behalf of a student as a form of payment. The student must submit a letter of credit from their employer, in which the employer agrees to make payment for the student’s tuition charges. The letter must state that the employer will make payment upon receipt of an invoice sent to them from Pace University. It must also state that the payment is not contingent upon the student’s grades received in the course.
Leave of Absence Impact on Financial Aid
Students on a leave of absence pursuant to the Leave of Absence Policy are considered to be withdrawn from the University for purposes of financial aid. Consequently, loan repayment obligations may be triggered. Students should speak to a representative of the Financial Aid Office for more detailed information about the status of their financial aid during a leave of absence prior to submitting a Leave of Absence Application.
Eligible veteran students can receive tuition benefits offered by the GI Bill®. For general information about veterans’ benefits, please contact Miguel Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 346-1115.
Yellow Ribbon Program
Pace University is proud to be a part of the Yellow Ribbon Program, an educational enhancement program that provides scholarship assistance to U.S. veterans who have accumulated at least 36 months of active duty service following the events of September 11, 2001. After financial aid, this program can provide full coverage for out-of-pocket tuition and fees.
For more information visit the Yellow Ribbon Program page on the Pace University website.
All students are eligible to take advantage of Pace University’s interest-free payment plans. These plans are available for the fall and spring terms in monthly installments and there is a weekly plan option available for summer terms.
Please contact an admission advisor by phone at (866) 815-5166 or at email@example.com with any questions or concerns you may have regarding Financial Aid eligibility for Pace’s online degree completion programs.
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