Tuition FAQ

Furthering the pioneering  
work of Alfred Adler.

Furthering the pioneering
work of Alfred Adler.

Tuition FAQ

  1. How do I pay tuition?

    Tuition payments may be mailed or paid online through WebAdvisor. You may use Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express credit cards. You will pay a convenience fee equal to 2.5% of the charge. You may authorize a one-time automatic debit from your checking or savings account using your bank's routing number and your account number ($3.00 convenience fee).

    You may also pay by check or money order. Please make check or money order payable to Adler School of Professional Psychology and mail to:
    Adler School of Professional Psychology
    ATTN: Student Accounts
    17 North Dearborn
    Chicago, IL 60602
     
  2. Can I use a debit card to pay my tuition?

    You may use a debit card with the MasterCard logo. Note: some banks impose transaction limits, and some banks allow temporary limit increases for high dollar transactions; please contact your issuing bank for more details. Debit card transaction limits do not excuse late payments.
     
  3. Why is there a convenience fee to pay online?

    As a nonprofit organization, the Adler School is committed to controlling operating costs incurred during business transactions. We pay a fee to the vendor who processes credit card payments, and we receive no profit from this fee.