Installment plan and late payment information – Summer 2017:

The University has a payment plan, for the current term only, available to all students in good financial standing who cannot pay their full account balance or do not qualify for full financial aid by August 25, 2017.
 
Any student who has been billed (regardless of when their class begins) and does not pay the “Account Balance” in full by 11:00 a.m. on Friday, August 25, 2017 will automatically be assigned the Installment Plan and assessed the $85 per semester/session NON-REFUNDABLE Installment Plan Charge according to the Installment Plan Policy.
 
Students assigned the Installment Plan may pay certain fees, room charges, meal charges, etc., in installments as allowed by the Installment Plan Policy.
 
Students who pay their full balance by 11:00 a.m. on Friday, August 25, 2017 but later increase registration fees, room charges, meal charges, etc., or whose financial aid is reduced and do not pay the increase in full by the BILL DUE DATE will automatically be assigned the Installment Plan and be assessed the $85 per semester/session NON-REFUNDABLE Installment Plan Charge.
 
Any student assigned the Installment Plan will be charged the $85 per semester/session NON-REFUNDABLE Installment Plan Charge including university student workers, graduate assistants, part-time, and full-time employees, etc.
 
INSTALLMENT PLAN PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Any student automatically assigned the Installment Plan, per the Installment Plan Policy, may pay certain deferrable charges in installments as follows:
1st Installment due 9/22/2017 
2nd Installment due 10/20/2017
3rd Installment due 11/17/2017

 
LATE PAYMENT CHARGES
Any student assigned the Installment Plan who does not pay the “Current Amount Due” or “Installment Amount” by each BILL CYCLE DUE DATE will be assessed a $45 per bill cycle NON-REFUNDABLE Late Payment Charge within the semester/session that the charges occur.
 
Financial aid students who have ESTIMATED AID (anticipated financial aid) that covers their full account balance will not be assigned the Installment Plan or Late Payment Charges.
 
Appeals:
Installment Plan and Late Payment charges can be appealed. Appeal forms can be downloaded from the One Card's website
http://onecard.nsula.edu.
No appeal form is needed for a student is appealing the installment plan or late payment charge due to
*medical reasons for themselves or immediate family (parents or siblings)
*Military Service
Students may email
studentaccounting@nsula.edu with a brief description of the circumstance.