School of Education Tuition and Fees

The following schedules list the principal expenses and regulations concerning the payment of fees for the 2019-2020 academic year. All expenses are subject to change. When such changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible.

Fees for the 2019-2020 academic year will be published during summer 2019. 

Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Numbers in columns indicate dollar amounts. 

Tuition, per credit

Preliminary Teaching Credential  $748
M.A., Education/Credential Administration $748
Counseling  $748
Clinical Mental Health $748
Curriculum and Instruction $748
Higher Education $748
Learning and Teaching $748
Education Specialist $748

Services Credential Programs

Pupil Personnel Services 


Preliminary Administrative Services


Professional Administrative Services 


Professional Development, Induction Program
Master’s Level


Non-Master’s Level, per course




 Audit, Per Credit 
Audited courses are billed at the current per-credit rate for the degree program in which the course resides.

Repeat Courses, Per Credit
Repeated courses are billed at the student’s per-credit program rate, provided he or she is currently enrolled in his or her core program. All other courses will be billed at the current per credit rate for the degree program in which the course resides.

Other Fees

Examination for Credit in Lieu of Course (per credit) $295
Available only to full-time students who have not previously audited or attended the course.

Matriculation Fee (not refundable) $150
Encompasses costs incurred by the University for maintenance of students’ permanent records.

Independent Study Fee (not refundable, prepaid) $275
Independent study courses are billed at the current per-credit rate for the degree program in which the course resides.

Dissertation Extension Fee $1,025
If a doctoral candidate is unable to successfully defend his or her dissertation and successful defense of the dissertation within the last trimester of the program, a fee equivalent to 1 credit of tuition will be charged for each trimester required to complete the dissertation and defense. The candidate will be required to enroll in EDUC 862 Dissertation Writing Extension for each trimester required until completion of the dissertation and defense. The dissertation extension will be supervised by the candidate’s dissertation faculty chair.

Duplicate Diploma Fee $50

Transcript of Records (each copy) $10
Transcripts are now requested online at for a fee that may include an additional vendor fee, per transcript for standard mail delivery option.

Admissions Deposit for International Students $350
Each international School of Education student admitted to the University must pay a $350 admissions deposit. For the student who enrolls and begins, the deposit will be credited towards the student’s tuition. For students who do not enroll, the admissions deposit will be non-refundable. 

Late Change of Program Processing Fee
Petition Fee $40 – For any petition submitted for changes involving the current term. 
Petition Fee $90 – For any petition submitted for changes involving a previous term.
California Teacher Performance Assessment (CALTPA) Remediation Fee $50 – Faculty will meet with a teacher candidate and provide guidance on improvement for revision and resubmissions of the assessment.

Cross-Registration with Arts and Sciences
Full-time School of Education students may cross-register for one Arts and Sciences course per term as part of their degree program with the approval of their academic advisor, provided the course does not duplicate a School of Education offering. Classes must be at the intermediate or advanced level (courses numbered 300 through 499). Arts and Sciences add requests must be signed by the student’s academic advisor and the Registrar. Part-time students are subject to the same regulations applicable to full-time students.

Payment Policy 
Tuition and fees are billed by term, with payment due 30 days from the invoice date. All charges must be paid in full prior to the tuition due date. All remittances should be made payable to the University of Redlands. 

Students with a past due balance on their University account are subject to dismissal from the University. The University will not release transcripts or a diploma until the past due balance is paid in full.

Students will not be permitted to pre-register for the next term until the past due balance is paid in full. 

If the University is required to use third-party collections (i.e., collection agency or attorney) to collect the student account balance due, any future registration may require payment in advance. 

For information regarding student and parent loan programs, please refer to the appropriate category in the Student Financial Services section of this Catalog.

Policy on Refunds
Refund policies at the University of Redlands are established in compliance with the 2008 amendments to the Higher Education Act of 1965. The University has adopted the federal refund policy guidelines as its institutional policy. Refund policies are subject to change at any time, according to federal and state regulations. When such changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible. Refunds are based on the date of official withdrawal.

Students receiving federal Title IV financial aid funding may be eligible for a refund according to the federal refund guidelines. Federal regulations stipulate the allocation of refunds representing federal aid and the repayment requirements for students receiving cash disbursements of federal aid.

Official Withdrawal 
A withdrawal is considered official when written notice has been provided to the Registrar’s Office stating the intention of the student to discontinue the course(s) or program in which he or she is registered or the University administratively withdraws students from courses or programs for non-attendance, financial nonpayment, or academic actions. Written withdrawal notification must include the last date of attendance. The withdrawal will be considered effective as of the last date of attendance.

If a student fails to attend the first two sessions of any course, the student may be administratively dropped by the University from the course. If a student is dropped from two courses in sequence or three courses within a twelve-month period, he or she may be administratively withdrawn from the program and will be charged in accordance with the University’s Refund Policy.

Returning Students 
Students re-enrolling after withdrawal from the University will be charged current rates and fees based on the start date of new registration.

Denial of Admission
Students who are denied admission to a program after beginning their coursework may immediately withdraw or continue the current course. Students will be liable for 100% of the course costs for all courses completed. Course costs include per-credit tuition, matriculation fees, and related course fees. Academic credit will be received for all completed courses. A withdrawal is considered official when written notice is provided to the Registrar’s Office stating the student’s intention to withdraw.

Tuition Liability and Refund Schedule
A Program Withdrawal form or a letter of withdrawal must be sent to the Registrar’s Office to withdraw officially from the program. The matriculation fee is non-refundable.