Online Bill Calculator: 2013-2014 Award Year
What will it cost you to attend Palm Beach Atlantic University? If you have been accepted and have received your financial aid award letter, use the Online Bill Calculator below to help plan for your college expenses. Next, explore several additional funding/payment options and our billing timeline. If you have not yet been accepted and would like a general estimate of the costs to attend PBA, use our Net Price Calculator.
How to use the Online Bill Calculator
This calculator can be used to project an estimated fall and spring bill for day undergraduate and pharmacy students for the 2013-2014 school year. Be sure to have your financial aid awards handy before you begin to use this calculator. If you need to look-up your financial aid awards, log into myPBA.
To get started, select your information from the drop down boxes and then enter your financial aid awards. Actual charges may vary. The figures below are only estimates for the 2013-2014 school year. Official tuition and other fees have not been announced.
Please keep in mind that:
Ways to pay
You also may use any combination of the following payment options.
Traditional payment methods
Palm Beach Atlantic University
ATTN: Sailfish Services Center
P.O. Box 24708West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4708
For information on sending a wire transfer, contact the Student Accounts Office at 561-803-2164 or 888-GO-TO-PBA.
You and your student have the option to make monthly payments through our partnership with Tuition Management Systems (TMS). Our tuition payment plan is a no-interest installment plan that allows you to spread payment of your remaining balance over several months. There is a non-refundable fee to set up your payment plan account. Payment plans begin May 15. For more information, contact us (561) 803-2164 or visit pba.afford.com.
Parent PLUS Direct Loan
Your student must be enrolled in at least six credit hours per term to be eligible for a Parent PLUS Direct Loan. This loan must be reapplied for each academic year. You will have a 10-year period to repay this fixed-rate loan and you may defer payment until after your student graduates (or is no longer enrolled in at least six credit hours/term).
To apply, you must be:
Apply for a private alternative education loan
Visit our private student loans section to learn more.
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