You’re In!

Congratulations on your admission to PLU! We’re excited that you’re considering joining our community and becoming a Lute.

Below you’ll find a list of steps to take now that you’ve been admitted. Remember that at any point you can contact your PLU Admission Counselor or the Admission Office at 253-535-7151 or admission@plu.edu with questions.

Be a Lute! Pay your Enrollment Deposit.

Once you have been admitted to PLU, you can pay your $200 Enrollment Deposit to join the entering class of Fall 2020, secure your housing assignment, and prepare for class registration. Need more information about residence halls before deciding where to live? Visit the Residential Life website.

To secure your spot at PLU, pay the Enrollment Deposit and complete the housing form online at plu.edu/bealute.  If your Enrollment Deposit has already been paid but you still need to request your housing, you can complete the online housing form at www.plu.edu/residential-life/protected/housing-application/.

Review your Financial Aid Package

Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) soon to ensure optimal financial aid awarding for the 2020-21 academic year.  The FAFSA is free, and it is the best way to see how much it will cost to attend PLU. (Note: PLU’s FAFSA school code is 003785). If you are unable to fill out the FAFSA (i.e. if an undocumented student), and are a resident of Washington state, you can instead complete the WASFA to be considered for need-based financial aid.

Once your Offer of Financial Aid has been mailed, you also have the option to view it online on your student account information (Banner Web). Banner Web log-in instructions can be found here. Be sure to review your financial aid offer with your PLU Admission Counselor, who is happy to either schedule an over-the-phone or in-person meeting with you and your family to answer questions regarding scholarships, grants, loans, work study, and payment options.

2020-21 Direct Costs
Tuition & Fees: $46,850
Room & Meals: $11,150
TOTAL: $58,000

Register for Classes & other Summer Preparations

After paying your Enrollment Deposit and requesting your PLU ePass, you are prepared to schedule your class registration appointment.  Registration for Fall 2020 classes (New Student Registration) will take place throughout June and the first part of July. You can request your registration appointment on the Academic Advising website.  Be sure to carefully read through your New Lute Guide for further information regarding scheduling and preparation for your class registration appointment.

You’ll find further information about each step to prepare for registration on our blog webpage, as well as a comprehensive checklist for the spring and summer

PLU Class of 2024 Instagram & Facebook

Facebook: Join the PLU Class of 2024 Facebook Group to connect with other students who are considering PLU.  This is also a great place to post any of your questions and get real answers from current PLU students.

Instagram: Get to know your fellow members of the class of 2024 (@plu_2024)!

Sign up for the PLU Pledge

The PLU Pledge is a loan repayment assistance program, a safety net, we offer for incoming first-year students.* Once you are employed after graduation, if you earn less than $45,000 per year, we will help you repay your student (and parent PLUS) loans until you do. The PLU Pledge covers all federal direct and private alternative student loans, as well as parent PLUS loans.

*This does not include incoming first-year students intending to major in Nursing or international students

The PLU Pledge is FREE for you to participate, but you must opt-in before September 8, 2020. If you are not taking out loans for your first year, but there’s a possibility you may take loans out in subsequent years to help pay for PLU, you must still sign up before your first year to take advantage of the PLU Pledge benefits.

LUTE Welcome Week

Now that you’re officially a PLU student, it’s time to look forward to LUTE Welcome Week, which includes Welcome Weekend – New Student Orientation (NSO), as well as events and activities throughout the first week of classes to kick off your PLU experience!

PLU Admission Office Coronavirus Information

Ready to be a Lute?

Submit your Enrollment Deposit to save your spot in the class!

New Lute Guide

Your resource to prepare to be a Lute this fall!

PLU Admission