Find Your Program
Visit our Graduate Program directory to get started or go directly to your program's tuition and aid page:
- Accounting (MS)
- Art Therapy (MAAT, MAATA)
- Art Therapy (PhD)
- Biological Sciences (MS)
- Business Administration (MBA)
Includes program concentrations
- Business Analytics (MS)
- Counseling Psychology (MS, MFT, PCC)
- Creative Writing (MFA)
- Education (MS)
- Education (MS) + Teaching Credentials
- Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT)
- Occupational Therapy (MS)
- Occupational Therapy (OTD)
- Physician Assistant Studies (MS)
Billing and Payment
A payment plan is available to all students. Once you are registered, visit Student Billing to learn how to establish a payment plan.
For questions about your billing statement and/or the charges that appear on it, as well as our Tuition Refund Policy, please contact the Business Services Office.
- The balance on your student account is due by the published due date, regardless of the status of your financial aid. If a balance is paid and then financial aid is applied, any credit balance will be refunded to the student.
- All students receiving financial aid (grants, scholarships, loans, and/or work-study) must submit the Dominican Financial Aid Application.
- Students interested in borrowing loans or finding a work-study position must also submit the FAFSA.
Anticipated Financial Aid will show on your billing statement once all required items are received and processed by the Office of Financial Aid.
To see what specific documents are needed to finalize your financial aid, please visit the Dominican’s Financial Aid Portal.
The number of anticipated units of enrollment reported on the Dominican Financial Aid Application must match the number of units in which the student enrolls in order for anticipated aid to be reflected on the account statement. If they don't match, the student will need to notify the Office of Financial Aid to resolve.
If your financial aid is not finalized before the dates below, it may not show on your first student account statement for the term.
Fall Semester May 1 Spring Semester November 1 Summer Semester April 1
Students who withdraw from the University after enrolling in courses for a term are subject to the Tuition Refund Policy.
Estimated Indirect Costs
In addition to tuition and fees, students may incur other expenses while attending Dominican. Below are estimated amounts determined by the State of California for what students should budget. Please review the pages linked above for tuition information for each graduate program.
Fall and Spring Semesters (Combined)
|Housing Status||Off-Campus||With Parent(s)|
|Books and Supplies||$1,152||$1,152|
|Estimated Loan Fees||$71||$71|
|Indirect Expense Sub-total||$23,867||$14,957|