(Tuition and fees for graduate seminary students are the same as for undergraduate students.)
1Late registration (after the last day of registration) is $100. No students will be permitted to register after Friday, 4:00 p.m. of Week 1 of any semester.
2Guam campus undergraduate and graduate students taking 5 credits or less will be charged
50% ($137.50) of the student services fee.
3For Guam campus students only.
1The typical cost of attendance as a full-time student are based on the assumptions that an Independent student is sharing his/her room with another student and one (1) semester is a four (4)month period of class attendance. Amounts for food, transportation and personal expenses vary and are not included, they should be kept in mind when the overall costs are counted. For students whose permanent residence is not Guam, a round trip airfare must be added (~$1500). The student still needs to calculate additional costs of approximately $150 for textbooks which will be due at the time of purchase. The student can purchase the books himself. If acquired through the school, books and other materials must be paid for at the time of purchase.
2For Guam campus students only. Will be reviewed annually.
(Cost of Attendance minus total grants and scholarships)
|Student taking 12 credit hrs||Off-campus
|Cost of Attendance*||$3,865||$5,165|
|Federal Pell Grant||($2,865)||($2,865)|
|PIU WE-SERVE Grant**
|PIU President’s Grant**
|Expected Net Costs||$0||$950|
*Textbooks/Materials is not included in the computation, the student still needs to calculate additional costs of approximately $150 for textbooks which will be due at the time of purchase.
**Applied to all students with Zero (0) EFC. President’s grant will be adjusted dependent on their EFC.
Detailed information about the Institutional grants are available in the
PIU Guide to Financial Aid and p43 of this catalog.
A full-time student (taking a minimum of 12-credit hours per semester), while maintaining a grade point average of 3.5 or above, will receive a scholarship for the tuition costs of up to 3 credit hours beyond 12 credit hours in the succeeding semester.
Full time students will be given priority over part time students for dorm occupancy. Full time students will be admitted into the dorms on a “first come-first served” policy.
Returning students must clear their previous balances in order to register for the next semester. Students must be prepared to pay at least “One Fourth (25%) of the Expected Net Costs” during registration at the beginning of the term, after all expected grants and scholarships are applied. A payment plan may be arranged by contacting the business office.
The expected net cost of Student #2 is $950.00. During registration, Student #2 must pay $237.50 (viz., $950.00: 4 = $237.50). The remaining balance of $712.50 can be paid in three monthly rates of $237.50 each.