All payments for tuition, room, board and fees are due in full by the following dates. Students who register beyond these payment deadlines are expected to pay in full at the time of registration or enroll in the payment plan detailed below.
|Payment Due Date
|May 1, 2020
|Summer III 2020
|May 1, 2020
|August 1, 2020
|December 2, 2020
Payments can be made at the Office of Student Accounts on either campus or online through SageAdvisor using the following payment options:
There is no fee assessed when you pay using an electronic check. You or your parent can authorize the College to deduct the funds directly from a checking account for a specific amount. To authorize your payment, Sage will need the following information
The College accepts payment via VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. There is no fee assessed when using your credit card. You authorize the College to charge your credit card with the amount you designate
For your security, Sage will no longer accept credit card information via phone, fax or mail. Online transactions are secured through CASHNet, which has been included on VISA’s List of CISP (Cardholder Information Security Program) Compliant Service Providers.
All student balances must be paid in full unless the student has been awarded financial aid sufficient to cover the outstanding balance or enrolled in the College’s payment plan. Students will be permitted to attend classes and utilize College facilities only after they have settled their financial obligations to the College. Any subsequent modification to an expected amount of financial aid or student loan remains the full responsibility of the student and must be paid in full by the student.
In addition to following application and verification procedures for financial aid, the student’s eligibility must be confirmed and the student must accept offered awards electronically though Sage$en$e Online in SageAdvisor before amounts can be applied as payment against tuition and fees. Please note that loan programs require an extended period of processing before the loan amount is credited to the student’s account.
Failure to fully pay the student’s liability may result in the removal of registration from any or all classes. In addition, an unpaid financial obligation to the College will result in the withholding of the student’s grades, transcript of credits, diploma, and official reports and make the student ineligible for future financial aid awards, pre-registration, and resident room selections.