Full tuition is payable upon enrollment unless other arrangements are approved by the Business Office in advance. No student will be considered officially enrolled until satisfactory arrangements have been made. The University recognizes that in some instances a definite need for installment payments of tuition exists and, therefore, allows students to pay the tuition in installments, after making a required down payment. When time payments are desired, students are asked to discuss payment arrangements with the Business Office. In order to qualify for an installment payment agreement and begin a degree program, the student must make the required minimum down payment and agree to make monthly tuition payments. Tuition payments must be received each calendar month until tuition is paid in full or be subject to a late charge. Neither a diploma nor a transcript will be issued until the student’s obligation has been paid in full. All students must conform to their payment agreements.
Students are required to enter into an Enrollment Agreement with WCLU upon entrance into the first class. The agreement is a contract signed by the student and a school official that gives information on costs, rights to cancel, and the refund policy.
WCLU is convinced that if we return to the pattern of ministry introduced in the Book of Acts, we can anticipate the same results. Ministry teams in the Book of Acts were actively involved in expanding the borders of the Kingdom of God. Key functions of these teams included planting new churches and the replication of team ministry. Ministry teams were the key networking organism of the church and were regularly involved in the “care of the churches” (2 Corinthians 11:28).