Course fees are due in full at the time of registration unless a third-party will be paying via invoice (see Payment Options below). We do not accept partial payments. Payment plans are available for select programs; contact us at email@example.com for details. Payments may be made by credit card, ACH, or check.
The PDC charges non-refundable registration fees.
The PDC accepts third-party payments from billable government organizations and companies. We do not invoice individuals. Students are responsible for submitting a voucher or purchase order from the organization or company indicating they are accepting responsibility to pay on behalf of a student. Please see How to Register with a Third-Party Payment. Paying organizations will be invoiced upon receipt of the voucher or purchase order. Invoices must be paid net 30 from the date of issue. Students are responsible for any balance the third-party does not pay. Please see our financial aid options page for additional payment options.
Failure to Pay
Failure to pay your outstanding balance may result in a hold on your transcripts, completion certificates and other records. In addition, it may also prevent you from registering for future classes, and/or your account being referred to an outside collection agency, which will incur additional charges.
To be eligible for a full refund of course fees: students must submit a request for withdrawal/refund in writing at least seven (7) days prior to the first day of class. Students are eligible for a 75% refund of course fees after this deadline.
There is no refund of course fees as of the first day of class.
Registration fees are not refundable.
In the event of a class cancellation by the UWT Professional Development Center, students will be fully refunded course fees and registration fees.
Withdrawal/refund requests must be submitted by the student; requests from third parties will not be accepted.
UW Tacoma reserves the right to cancel classes or programs with low enrollment. When classes are canceled, students will be offered the option to transfer to another class or a refund of fees.
Accounts with payments that are 90 days or more past due may be referred to collections.
A student who is unable to attend class may submit a written request two business days prior to the first day of class to transfer registration and payment to any class that has open registration within 12 months of initial payment. Registration and payment may only be transferred one time. If there are no classes available within the 12-month time frame, a refund of course fees will be issued.