Students enrolling at MUD are responsible for meeting the financial commitments required in order to attend school. At MUD, the enrollment process is not complete until a student can confirm that he or she is financially capable of covering the costs of school registration, tuition, lab fees and supplies. Payment for any course is due in full no later than the first day of class. Payment for the Fashion, Film & Television, Multimedia or Master Program can be made in one or two payments: first payment is due in full no later than the first day of class; second payment is due at the midpoint of the program. Although the first payment is not due until the first day of class for all courses and programs, MUD asks that payment be made two weeks prior to the first day of class to ease the transition into school. Students who require financial assistance are encouraged to contact their bank or credit union for a personal loan before looking into a private loan or school loan as they may be able to secure a better interest rate.
529 Plans – MUD is recognized by the Department of Education and is considered an eligible institution for use of
Cash Payments ‐ MUD accepts payments by cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American
Express Credit Card or by PayPal: [email protected]
MUD Institutional Loan ‐ Down payment is required. There is no prepayment penalty. Monthly payment and
repayment period will vary based on amount being financed. MUD’s Institutional Loan is serviced by Tuition
Financing Corporation (TFC). Loan availability may be limited.
Premier America Credit Union (PACU) – Residents of LA County (CA), Ventura County (CA) or Harris County (TX)
may apply for membership. PACU offers loans for any occasion including personal loans ranging from $500 to
Scholarships – MUD accepts all scholarships approved for use by the grantee for training at MUD.
Tribal Funding – MUD accepts agreements for all approved tribal sponsored funding.
Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits – MUD is approved by the California State Division of Veterans Affairs for the
training of veterans and eligible persons under the provisions of Title 38, United States Code. This approval is for
Non‐College Degree (NCD) Programs under Title 38, and applies to the Fashion Make‐up Artistry Program, Film &
Television Make‐up Artistry Program, Multimedia Make‐up Artistry Program and Master Make‐up Artistry
Program. Please refer to the catalog for full VA benefit details.
Vocational Rehabilitation – MUD accepts approved authorizations for vocational rehabilitation sponsored funding.