- Visit our Course Catalog(s)
- Select the course(s) you want to take
- Complete the online registration form and submit using a Visa or Mastercard (on the secure server)
- Download and complete a Course Registration Form (pdf)
- Mail the completed form together with a check or money order to LMU Extension, 1 LMU Drive Ste. 1863, Los Angeles, CA 90045
- Drop by our office in University Hall suite 1863 (first floor). Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition (or course fee) covers instruction and instruction-related needs. Additional fees may be required for books and additional course materials. Tuition does not grant students access to full University amenities. Weekday parking, additional library privileges, business and mail services, performance and athletics tickets, recreation center use and other services are available at additional cost.
Tuition may be made payable by check, money order, Visa or Mastercard. Cash transactions cannot be accepted. Tuition and fees are subject to change. Please be sure to check the Web site for the most current information.
Tuition Payment Plans. The Center offers students opportunities to arrange tuition payment plans for a select group of courses. Payment plans can be individually tailored to assist with the needs of the student. Please contact Rosa Calderon, Administrative Specialist, at Rosa.Calderon@lmu.edu to request a payment plan for your program.
Students will agree, in a signed contract, to make an initial down payment and subsequent payments. Payments are made on the 1st and/or the 15th of each month. Students will be required to leave a credit card or post-dated check on file, which will be automatically processed on the agreed payment dates. In the event a credit card is declined or a check returned, students will be charged a service fee of $25.00 for each failed transaction.
Thanks to the generosity of the University, its benefactors, religious communities and partners, we have scholarship and tuition assistance opportunities available to the general public for selected programs. Please note that Federal and University Financial Aid are not available for continuing education and non-degree programs. Those seeking such assistance will need to submit a Tuition Assistance Application.
Scholarships. A scholarship is an award of tuition assistance for specific professional certificate programs. Due to the generosity of benefactors, the Center is able award several partial merit and need-based scholarships to qualified students annually.
LMU Match. For select programs, the Center will match financial assistance given to an individual student by a parish or institution (or combined assistance from more than one parish, group, or institution). Learn more
Third Party Sponsorship. Many companies, professional organizations offer their own tuition assistance for employees enrolling in professional and continuing education programs. Some individuals have insurance policies which will pay for retraining. Sometimes friends and family members may wish to setup a gift account in a student's name to help defray the cost of tuition. To obtain information and/or make arrangements to have your tuition paid by a third party, be sure to contact the Center prior to enrollment.