Deferred Payment Plans
Tuition Fee Installment Contract Procedures
The tuition fee installment contract is intended to assist non-financial aid students and defers the Tuition Fee for all eligible students who apply. There is a $33 non-refundable installment contract fee per semester and a new contract must be completed each semester. The campus fees are due by the fee payment deadline and the tuition is split into three (3) payments with the service fee applied to the first payment. Payments are due at the beginning of each month (September, October, November for the fall semester and February, March, April fo the spring semester). Once you enroll for the payment plan, you can view the due dates and amounts in your student center.
Contracts are completed online through the Student Center on the portal. You must be enrolled in class(es) before you are able to sign up on the deferred payment plan. For information on how to sign up, see our Online Tuition Installment Payment Plan help guide.
Non-Resident Tuition Deferred Payment
The non-resident tuition deferred payment plan is intended to assist non-financial aid students and defers the non-resident tuition only. Tuition and registration fees must be paid by the fee payment deadline. Non-resident tuition must be paid in full by the second Friday of a semester or the remaining balance will automatically be set up on a payment plan. Any unpaid non-resident tuition will be subject to a 5 percent service charge, which is due in full with the first payment (October for fall and March for spring). Once the contract has been set up, the student will receive an e-mail directing them to their student center to view the due dates and amounts. Three equal payments of non-resident tuition are due at the beginning of each month (October, November, December for fall semester; March, April, and May for spring semester).
Additional Information May Be Obtained At:
Student Financial Services, Student Services Center 230, or by e-mail at email@example.com, or by calling 530-898-5936.