New and easier payment processing steps will be applied to all CEA undergraduate class auditors starting with spring 2013 participants. No payments need to accompany your registration for auditing CEA undergraduate classes. However, all ESL payments will continue to go through the offices of the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies.
PAYMENTS TO AUDIT CEA UNDERGRADUATE and SUMMER ARTS CLASSES ONLY (NO ESL payments!)
Drew’s Business Office will process all CEA auditor’s payments and refunds (except for ESL, which must be processed through the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies as outlined above). Once your final course selections are confirmed, and you are registered for your class(es), you will receive an email from Drew’s Business Office regarding your billing/payment. Auditing CEA undergraduate per class fees are $295 per course; Summer Arts classes are $495 per class plus selected lab fees.
You will be invoiced directly by Drew University’s Business Office for auditing all CEA undergraduate classes.
Electronic Payments: Once you receive your Student ID# and Drew’s login information, you can make your payment by logging into Drew’s TreeHouse which will take you to afford.com/drew with your student account information already populated. Your TreeHouse login screen can be found at https://treehouse.drew.edu . Sign in with the user name and password you received from Drew and click on Students tab. In the Bills, Financial Aid…box click on Statement and Payment History. Under Payment Options, click on Make a One Time Payment which will take you directly to the entry page for payment at afford.com (make sure to select an academic term here) and then move through the prompts to enter your payment information.
If you would prefer, you can go directly to www.afford.com/drew, and in the second box you will see the blue button on the right that says Make a One-Time Payment. You then enter your student account information yourself (remember to be careful to type the correct information so that your payment is not delayed), and then move through the prompts to enter your payment information. Electronic payment methods include: Master Card, American Express, or Discover Card (2.99% convenience fee added, $1.00 minimum fee) or using your Checking or Savings Account (no convenience fee added).
Walk-in/Mail-in payments: Visit the Business Office on Drew’s campus in the Tilghman building (please refer to your campus map) or mail payment to: Drew University, PO Box 36118, Newark NJ 07188-6118. Please do not mail cash-cash payments must be brought directly to the Business Office in Tilghman.
PAYMENTS FOR ESL CLASSES ONLY English as a Second Language (ESL) - NOT OFFERED SUMMER 2013
Payments for ESL classes must be made separately from our regular CEA audit classes. For au pairs registering for ESL classes your payment must be made through our offices in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, Room 110, 36 Madison Ave., Madison, NJ 07940 Phone: 973 408 3118. If you are taking an additional CEA undergraduate class for audit, please follow the directions below for payments made to Drew’s Business Office.
Your $395/class PAYMENT IS DUE BY ____ 2013 for ESL classes. AFTER THAT A $20 LATE FEE WILL BE ADDED. You will be contacted directly if we have any questions regarding your application.
CHECKS and CASH: Please visit our offices or make your check payable to Drew University and forward payment $395 per ESL class to: Drew University, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, Room 110, 36 Madison Ave., Madison, NJ 07940 Phone: 973 408 3118.
CREDIT CARDS: You can fax your credit card information with your application to 973 408 3040 or call our office at 973-408-3118 to leave your credit card information with CEA staff.
If you have further questions regarding your payment, please call our Business Office at 973 408 3114 and speak to a CEA payment representative. Or, visit their website at http://www.drew.edu/fba/students-parents/payment-options . You are also welcome to call the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies at 973 408 3118.
The $25 registration fee is non-refundable except when the University cancels a course.
Standard Schedule Classes: For any four- or six-week class, the deadline for full tuition refunds is the Tuesday of the first week of class; the deadline for a fifty- percent refund is the Thursday of the first week of class. No refunds are issued after the Thursday of the first week of class. Please see calendars in the appropriate school sections of this catalog for specific dates and deadlines regarding refunds.
Intensive Schedule Classes: Any class meeting fewer than four calendar weeks is considered an intensive class. Students who withdraw after registering but before the first meeting of the course receive a full refund. Students who withdraw before the second full day of the course receive a 50% tuition refund. Students who withdraw after the second full day of the course receive no refund.
You can find more information regarding Drew’s Institutional Refund Policy at: http://www.drew.edu/fba/students-parents/institutional-refund-policies/