Access information about payment methods, the refund process, and the late fee policy.
KGI offers the following acceptable payment methods:
KGI uses Paypal to accept tuition payments online. Please select the “Submit Payment” button in the Billing Detail Summary section of your KGI student portal to pay your bill online via e-check.
There is a 1% fee charged for all online payments.
Paper Checks Sent via Traditional Mail:
Mail paper checks to be delivered by the U.S. Postal Service to the address below. Please include the student identification number in the memo line of all paper check payments. No cash payments will be accepted.
Keck Graduate Institute
c/o Student Accounts
535 Watson Drive
Claremont, CA 91711
Paper checks hand-delivered:
Drop checks off in the lockbox in the 215 York Building. Please include the student identification number in the memo line on all paper check payments.
Students who have a credit balance on their student account will receive a refund within 14 days of financial aid or payment being applied to their student account. Refunds will not be available prior to the start of the 1st day of classes for each semester.
You may track your student account activity and refund check availability through the KGI student portal. In addition, you will receive an email from the Student Account Team denoting that your refund check has been mailed.
General Refund Policy
Students who withdraw during the semester may be eligible for refunds, depending upon the time of the withdrawal. Students must give written notification to the registrar of their decision to withdraw and complete the withdrawal procedures in order to be eligible for any refunds.
Please refer to your school’s student handbook for specific information regarding refunds.
Late Payment Fees are accrued on a weekly basis beginning with the first business day following the payment deadline at the greater of 1% of the outstanding balance or $50. Unpaid fees from offices at the Claremont University Consortium (CUC), including the Student Health Center, Library, and Campus Safety are added to KGI student accounts and, also, are subject to accrue the late fee.
Any unpaid balances may result in removal from registered classes and student systems/programs such as Sakai and Student Government activities. Furthermore, a hold will be placed on diplomas and registration until your outstanding balance is paid in full.
To view the late fee policy and other information, review your school’s student handbook.
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