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Student Accounts

The GSEP Student Accounts Office provides student account information and processes tuition payments, company reimbursement, and student refunds. You can contact the GSEP Student Accounts Office through mail, phone, email, or in person:

Pepperdine University
GSEP Student Accounts
6100 Center Drive, 5th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone: 310.568.5588
Email: GSEPSA@pepperdine.edu

Please Note:  Pepperdine University does not accept credit cards for payment of tuition and fees.

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Pepperdine Student Account Activity

To review your Pepperdine student account activity, including detailed information about tuition charges, payment due dates, financial aid credited to your account or refunds processed, log into Wavenet.

After login (which requires your Network ID and password), choose the "Student Services" tab at the upper right of the page to reach your Student Center. In the Student Center, find the "Finances" section, then "Account Inquiry." On the next page, the "Activity" tab will show detailed student account activity. You may click on the other tabs for additional student account information, such as payment plans, eRefund, etc.

Refunds

Refunds will be processed by direct deposit to your bank account, if you choose this option; otherwise, the refund check will be mailed to your local address. To receive your refund via direct deposit, go to the Student Center in Wavenet and click on the "eRefund Enrollment and Maintenance" link in the Finance section.

Financial aid in excess of tuition and fees is refunded to the student after the add/drop period each term. Any aid adjustments made after a refund is processed may result in a balance due to Pepperdine University.

Payment Plans

Students may select a payment plan (two- or three-payment option) online in the Student Center in Wavenet. To sign up for a payment plan before the start of the term, go to the Student Center in Wavenet and click on the "Account Inquiry" link in the Finance section and click the "Payment Plan" tab.

Adding or Dropping Classes

Students may add or drop courses online without penalty during the add/drop period each term at http://wavenet.pepperdine.edu (Wavenet). Please be aware that adding or dropping classes may affect your student account balance and your financial aid eligibility.

Students who drop classes after the add/drop period are subject to the tuition refund schedule below.

Tuition Refund

Students withdrawing from courses after the add/drop period are subject to the partial refund policies listed below. Tuition for classes not meeting on a regular term schedule will be refunded in the same proportion as the class time is to the total class time for a regular term. The tuition refund schedule for the online MA in Clinical Psychology program will be posted once the dates have been finalized.

 

Tuition refund schedule for the regular term:

Through the add/drop period                        100% less $150 Withdrawal Fee

Through the second week of the term             75% (Sept. 12 - Sept. 18)

Through the third week of the term                 50% (Sept. 19 - Sept. 25)

Through the fourth week of the term               25% (Sept. 26 - Oct. 2)

After the fourth week of the term                       0% (Oct. 3 - Dec. 15)

Withdrawal from Classes

A student who wishes to withdraw from all classes for the term, or to withdraw permanently from the University, must notify the Program Office in writing and indicate the last date the student attended classes. If notification is postmarked by the last day of the add/drop period, tuition will be refunded 100%, less a $150 withdrawal fee. If withdrawal occurs after the add/drop period, the student will be subject to the tuition refund schedule above. Please be aware that withdrawing from classes may affect your student account balance and your financial aid eligibility.  For additional  information, see withdrawal/leave of absence.

A student who fails to attend classes, or leaves the University for any reason, must formally withdraw through the Program Office in writing and indicate the last date that the student attended classes. Failure to complete the withdrawal process will result in a failing grade for the course(s) and continued obligation for tuition and other charges.