Payment Plan Options

Pitzer College offers payment options to assist our students and families.  Currently, we offer a Full Payment Plan and a Monthly Payment Plan.  Students are required to complete the Pitzer College Payment Agreement form annually (due date subject to change). For convenience in choosing a plan, we recommend using our Payment Plan Worksheet.  Both the Payment Agreement and Payment Plan Worksheet are located in our “Important Information and Forms” section.

Full Payment Plan – Payment for all regular charges (tuition, room, board and fees) is due prior to the beginning of each semester. First semester charges, less financial aid credits, if any, are due no later than August 20th.  Second semester charges, less financial aid credits, if any, are due no later than January 20th.  Payments received after the due date are subject to late payment fees.

Monthly Payment Plan – Annual charges may be paid in 8 monthly installments, four each semester.  For the Fall semester, monthly installments are due August through November. For the Spring semester, installments are due January through April.  Monthly payments are due no later than the 20th of each month.  Payments received after the due date are subject to late payment fees.

* For students and families wanting to further reduce their payments under the standard payment plan, there is an option to make a pre-payment prior to the initial semester statements being available in August and January.  This pre-payment will reduce the remaining four payments required during the semester.  This option means a payment should be made during the months of July and December, before Pitzer generates the actual bill for the subsequent semester.

There is a $50.00 fee (per semester) added to the student account if enrolling in the Monthly Payment Plan option.  Please note that the fee is subject to change annually.

The monthly installment amount is recalculated each month and may change due to the addition of special fees, miscellaneous charges, credits or changes in financial aid amounts.

Please be aware that the use of this plan is a privilege that may be revoked for just cause by the Office of Student Accounts.