Student Account Charges and Payment Options
Tuition, fees, and other charges for the academic term are billed at the outset of each term. Students are responsible for timely paying all amounts due to St. Thomas. Charges are made to each student’s account established at the time of registration, in accordance with the Student Payment Agreement and Disclosure Statement.
Students may pay their charges in a single lump sum by the first due date after the charges are billed, or they may pay their charges over a longer time period, in accordance with one of two Payment Plan options:
- The Extended Payment Plan is available to all students and allows students to pay charges for the fall, spring, and summer academic terms in installments. All charges must be fully paid before the end of the applicable term. Until the charges are fully paid, students will not be permitted to enroll in a subsequent academic term.
- The End of Term Payment Plan is available to students who do not receive financial aid from any source other than their employer, and who are eligible for an employer tuition reimbursement of at least 50% of the tuition balance based on receipt of a satisfactory grade report for the corresponding term. Under this plan, no tuition payment is required until after the end of the term, when grade reports have been issued. If the charges are not timely paid, students will not be permitted to enroll in a subsequent academic term.
Under the payment plans, monthly finance charges will be assessed on the unpaid balance in the student account.
Contact the Business Office for additional information about payment options.