Note: Payment Plan balances must be paid in full in order to register for classes for a future semester.
Payment Plans Information
Students may enroll in a 3 or 6 month payment plan that is administered by an external processor. The fees assessed by the external vendor for establishing a payment plan will be $40 for a 3 month plan and $65 for a 6 month plan.
A monthly late fee of 1.5% of the student’s account balance will be assessed until the balance is paid in full or enrollment in a payment plan is completed. Early enrollment is encouraged to avoid the monthly late fee of 1.5% of the student’s balance.
Please have your student identification number available to enroll in a payment plan. Refer to our Frequently Asked Questions below if you have any general questions.
|SEMESTER||ENROLLMENT DATES (3-MONTH)||ENROLLMENT DATES (6-MONTH)||FIRST INSTALLMENT DUE DATE|
|Spring 2022||Feb. 28, 2022 – May 14, 2022||Feb. 28, 2022 – June 13, 2022||April 5, 2022|
How to Pay
Once the students have established the terms of their payment plan, they may set up automatic or manual payments. Students may use a credit card, debit card, or an e-check to make payments on their plan. Credit cards and debit cards will be assessed a non-refundable convenience fee of 2.55% by the processor. Payments may be made through Official Payments or directly through Webadvisor. Please allow 2 business days for any payment to be posted to the student’s account. A student may pay their account balance in full, at any time, and without penalty.
Late/Missed/or Returned Payment
If a payment is missed, or not processed for any reason including declined transaction or nonsufficient funds, on the dates established in the payment plan, the payment plan processor will assess a $20 non-refundable fee. Students will be allowed a one-time grace period of 10 days to make a payment on their plan. If the student misses any further payment due dates they will be automatically removed from the payment plan, charged a fee of $20 from the processor, and will be subject to monthly fees for unpaid balances in the amount of 1.5% of the balance.
A $30 NSF fee will be assessed for returned for nonsufficient funds e-checks and $30 NSF fee by Walsh College.
Registering for Classes
Please note that entering into a payment plan does not allow students to register with a past due balance, or release the financial hold on the student’s account.
To enroll in future classes, students must have their accounts paid in full by the last day of the semester the account balance was established. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for the appropriate dates.
Payment Plans FAQs
Students may click here to access the payment plan site. Please have your student ID available at the time of registration. Read the terms and conditions carefully before completing the setup. Choose between a 3 or 6 month plan. Set up automatic payments through your banking account for convenient payment.
A student enrolled in a 3 month payment plan will be required to pay 3 equal installments. A student enrolled in a 6 month payment plan will be required to pay 6 equal installments. Plans may be paid-in-full at any time without penalty.
If the student’s balance changes due to financial aid, scholarships, or employee reimbursement, etc. the payment plan balance will be adjusted accordingly with-in two business days.
$40 will be charged for a 3 month payment plan and a $65 charge for a 6 month plan. These charges will be collected at the time of enrollment and are non-refundable.
No, the payment plan is only for the current semester. See above for enrollment dates.
Payments can be made online through Self-Service for Students or through the payment plan website. Accepted methods of payments: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and E-check. The payments on these plans can only be made online.
Payments are due on the 15th of the month and an additional 1.5% fee will be charged to your account if your monthly payment is not received by the 15th. If payment is not received, the plan will be in default and cancelled. The account balance will then become due in full and the student may not register for a new plan. Walsh College will have the right to use a collection agency and/or any other legal means to collect the amount owed to the College.
Yes, students may register for any future semesters. If the balance remains unpaid by the end of the semester, students will be dropped from all future classes even if enrolled in a payment plan.