The registration deadline for each semester is noted in the Academic Calendar.
Yes, full payment is expected at the time of registration unless a financing option that covers all costs has been arranged. FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS: If financial aid is the financing option, be sure to check for a current award letter in myAntioch that covers all costs. Financial aid recipients should only pay the balance not covered by the net aid award.
No. Course selection instructions are posted by the Department. Students may see how many credits they’re expected to register for in that term.
All tuition and fee rates are posted online. Upon submission of a registration, tuition and fee costs will be billed to your account. This information is available on myAntioch by clicking on either the Student Account Summary or Pay On My Account links.
If financial aid is the financing option, be sure to check for a current financial aid award letter in myAntioch AND make sure that the award amount is sufficient to cover registration costs. NOTE: Certain awards are not counted as part of the financing option. The Financial Aid Office staff or Student Accounts Office staff can assist you with questions regarding this.
Tuition Management Systems (TMS) provides the option to make monthly payments. The plan provides for the total semester costs to be spread over three months for a summer semester or four months for either a fall or spring semester. There is a per-semester enrollment fee payable to TMS for this financing option.
The Student Accounts office will send an email reminder about the deadline for payment – to avoid any applicable late fees – of any outstanding registration costs not covered by a financing option.
You will be administratively withdrawn from the semester. This means that:
- seats in all classes will be forfeited;
- financial hold will be applied;
- for continuing students, late fees ($100 registration / $100 payment) will be charged;
- financing will have to be completed with the Student Accounts Office;
- all course choices will have to be selected and submitted online again.
There is no guarantee that seats in all courses will be available for resubmitted registrations.
- for continuing students, late fees ($100 registration / $100 payment)will be charged;
- financial hold will be applied;
- registration access will not be permitted;
- financing will have to be completed with the Student Accounts Office.
- For current doctoral students, refunds of excess aid are processed during the first week of classes each semester, as noted in the Academic Calendar.
- For current master’s students, refunds of excess aid are processed after the end of the drop period for the semester, as noted in the Academic Calendar.
- For new students, refunds of excess aid are processed after the scheduled orientation.
Students may view their account in myAntioch/Student Account Summary to see if a refund is available or has been processed. Checks are available for pick-up at the Student Accounts Office. Unless requested otherwise, checks are held in the office for two weeks. At that time, they will be mailed to the student.
Yes. Log in to myAntioch and under Financial Information, click Non-Payroll Direct Deposit. Then collect your bank account information (nine-digit routing number and your checking or savings account number. Contact your bank if you do not know what numbers to use). Enter your banking information and read and agree to the Terms and Conditions. Direct deposit is for delivery only to U.S. banks at this time.
Courses can be added up to one week before the course starts. Supervised Independent Study (SIS) contracts, internship and practica can be added through the semester mid-point, as noted in the Academic Calendar. Added courses mean added tuition charges, and payment for those added charges are expected at the time of registration.