When and How You Pay
International Students need to pay in full* at the beginning of each semester. For specific deadlines, please contact your admissions counselor.
* APU reserves the right to require one full year of tuition before issuing an I-20 document. If this is the case, the tuition money will remain on your account until you arrive at APU and will be used to pay your tuition for the first year. If you are unable to attend, the money will be refunded after the arrival date on the I-20 has passed.
Azusa Pacific University now offers electronic billing (e-bills) and payment as the primary means of providing student account statements and payment options to all students; paper statements are no longer printed or mailed for enrolled students. Students receive emails at their university email address, enabling them to review their statement and make payments through CASHNet.
Please visit Graduate and Professional Student Financial Services for your payment options.
Check or Money Order
Please take your check or money order directly to the Graduate and Professional Student Financial Services office located at the Graduate and Professional Center.
Please download the Wire Transfer Funds Form (PDF) and fill in the “Funds wired from” and “Purpose of funds” sections. This form can be given to the institution wiring funds. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you notify your bank; 1) to whom your money will be credited (Azusa Pacific University), and 2) who the beneficiary is (student name and ID).
*Contact your local bank to determine wiring fees and include this fee in the total amount.