Installment Payment Plans
The Installment Payment Plan (IPP) assists students in meeting the cost of their higher education by offering a convenient no-interest payment option.
The university administered IPP distributes the cost of the tuition, fees, housing, dining charges for a semester into four equal installments.
All undergraduate students attending the university with current charges of $100 or greater are eligible to participate. All prior semester balances must be paid in full to be eligible.
***Installment Payment Plans are not offered for Summer the term***
***GRAD STUDENTS DO NOT QUALIFY FOR THE INSTALLMENT PLAN***
Installment Payment Plan enrollment for Fall 2015
ends August 10, 2015.
Students who receive financial aid are also eligible for participation in the IPP. Students who are receiving financial aid must deduct the amount of their aid to determine the net total due. If it is $100 or greater, the remaining amount may be paid by installments.
Cost of plan
There is a $50 nonrefundable administrative fee payable with the first installment. Interest is not assessed on the outstanding balance.
To participate in the IPP, a payment of one-fourth (1/4) of the balance due plus the $50 administrative fee is required. In addition, during the enrollment period, students must complete the Installment Payment Plan application form. Both the initial payment and completion of the application form (including student signature) are required in order for the student to participate in the IPP.
Fall 2015 Payment Deadlines
1st Payment August 10, 2015
2nd Payment September 15, 2015
3rd Payment October 15, 2015
4th Payment November 15, 2015
Conditions of Eligibility for Enrollment in the Installment Payment Plan
- Enrolled in an Undergraduate program;
- Enrolled in current semester course(s);
- Current semester charges are $100 or greater;
- All prior semester balances are paid in full;
- A personal* payment of 1/4 of the semester charges plus the $50 installment payment plan fee (less financial aid and/or scholarships, if applicable) has been paid and is reflected on the student account;
*A personal payment must be made within the enrollment period. Financial aid; third party funds; and/or future deposits are not considered as a personal payment.