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Make a Payment

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Payment Options

Two weeks before the semester starts, payment must be made in full or through a payment arrangement. Online payments are are handled by TouchNet.

  • eCheck - Pay online using your own checking account by filling out the online form like you are writing a check. There will be no added charges for this service.
  • Credit card - Pay online with MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover through TouchNet, a third-party payment service. A service charge of 2.75% will be assessed by TouchNet.

Students may also sign up online for a payment plan. You can also choose to have payments automatically deducted from your account for the duration of your payment plan.

Online Payment Plans
  • Monthly Plan 5 payments – Limited availability. Sign up by July 31 for Fall and Dec. 31 for Spring.
  • Monthly Plan 4 Payments
  • Monthly Plan 3 Payments
  • Monthly Plan 2 Payments
  • Bi-weekly Plan 8 Payments
  • Employer paid deferment plan

You may also download and submit the appropriate form below.

Semester Payment Plan Form (pdf) - $25 setup fee 

Employer Paid Deferment (pdf) - See form for fees

Login to access your account and make a payment

Student Access
Authorized User Access (Parent, Guardians, Employers)

Parents, guardians or employers wishing to access the online payment system are required to have their student's permission. A student must initiate this process by logging into the online payment system and completing the Authorized User form. Non-student users need a valid email address to be designated as an Authorized User.

If you prefer to pay in person by cash or check, please visit Bee Central in Ambrose Hall, 1st floor.

PLEASE NOTE: Students who have not made satisfactory payments or payment arrangements are restricted and not allowed to register for new classes, receive their diploma upon graduation, or receive transcripts until the outstanding balance is paid in full. Late fees in the amount of $25 per month may be assessed to accounts with an outstanding balance and no payment arrangements.