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Payment plan for tuition

Would you like to pay your tuition and fees in installments? You may have the option of enrolling in a payment plan. You must enroll in a payment plan each semester (and for each campus) you would like to use it; it will not be automatically applied. View step-by-step instructions on how to use the payment plan.

File your taxes

Don’t wait! File your taxes as soon as possible or by the April 15 deadline to ensure you're ready to complete your FAFSA. The priority deadline for returning students is April 15, but you can increase your chances of receiving a variety of financial aid awards by completing your FAFSA early.

Pay online

Paying online is the safest and easiest way to pay your bill. You can pay by eCheck for free. All you need is your bank's routing number and your account number, both of which can be found at the bottom of a personal check. If you have any questions, contact One Stop.

Create an FSA ID

The way students and parents sign in to access the FAFSA and other Federal Student Aid materials has changed. You will need to create an FSA ID before you are able to complete your FAFSA.

Sign up for direct deposit

If your financial aid exceeds your tuition and fees charges, you will receive a credit balance in your bank account during the first week of classes. You must sign up for direct deposit to receive your credit balance.

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