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Payment plans

There are a variety of payment plans available to students. If you currently are enrolled, please log onto your ePayments and click on the "Payment Plans" link at the top of the page for payment amounts and specific due dates.

All students are required to enroll in a payment plan.

Day campus students

Four installment (per semester) plan

This plan allows students to make payments for each semester in four installments. There will now only be a $29 late fee assessed to student accounts if the required payment is not made on the specified due date. If the semester is paid in full then the payment plan will default to a zero balance avoiding any possible fees.

Fall payment due dates: July 31, Aug. 31, Sep. 30 and Oct. 31

Spring payment due dates: Dec. 28, Jan. 31, Feb. 28 and March 31 

Financial aid fully funded plan

This plan allows students to enroll in a payment plan in which their account will be 100 percent paid by financial aid. This plan will show the entire balance due by a specific date, which will be near the end of the semester. However, the plan will be paid in full when financial aid is posted to the student account. No out-of-pocket payment should be due from the student. If financial aid is cancelled/reduced and no longer will cover 100 percent, then payment would be due from the student by the listed due date.

VA benefit plan

This plan is for students enrolling in a 16-week semester who receive VA benefits. You will be required to schedule automatic payments made on the due date via electronic check or credit card.

Evening, online and nationwide campus students

Three installment payment plan

This plan is for students enrolling in an eight-week session. Payments will be evenly divided into three installments (tuition less estimated financial aid) where the first installment is due at registration. This plan includes both sessions for the payment due dates (entire semester). Any late payment will result in $29 late fee.

Fall payment due dates: 1/3 at Reg, Sept. 30 and Oct. 31

Spring payment due dates: 1/3 at Reg, Jan. 31 and Feb. 28

Financial aid fully funded plan

This plan allows students enrolling in an eight-week session to enroll in a payment plan in which their account will be 100 percent paid by financial aid. This plan will show the entire balance due by a specific date, which will be near the end of the session. However, the plan will become paid off when financial aid is posted to the student account, and no out of pocket payment should be due from the student. If financial aid is cancelled/reduced and no longer will cover 100 percent, then payment would be due from the student by the listed due date.

Tuition assistance plan

This plan is available for students enrolling in an eight-week session who receive tuition assistance. This plan will show the entire balance due by the end of the session. However, the plan balance will become reduced or paid off when tuition assistance is recorded. It is the responsibility of the student to pay any remaining balance. In the event tuition assistance is not available to the student, the entire balance will be the responsibility of the student and must be paid by the payment due date. If a student is otherwise fully covered by financial aid (grants, loans, scholarships), the financial aid fully funded plan is an option, as well.

VA payment plan

This plan is for students enrolling in an eight-week session who receive VA benefits. The balance (tuition less estimated financial aid) is due by the end of the session. You will be required to schedule your payment to be automatically paid on the due date via electronic check or credit card. However, the plan balance will become reduced or paid off when VA benefits and/or any financial aid is recorded. If the entire balance is paid before the due date, the scheduled payment will not be processed. If a student is otherwise fully covered by financial aid (grants, loans, scholarships), the financial aid fully funded plan is an option, as well.

Post 9/11 GI Bill

This plan is for students enrolling in an eight-week session who receive Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits. The balance (tuition less VA benefits and estimated financial aid) will be deferred to a later due date to allow processing of VA program eligibility and certification paperwork. For any balance remaining after financial aid and VA benefits have been applied to your account, you will be required to schedule your payment to be automatically paid on the due date via electronic check or credit card. However, should the payment plan balance become paid off when VA benefits and/or financial aid are recorded before the due date, the scheduled payment will not be processed.

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