We offer several different payment options. Students are always able to combine out-of-pocket payments with financial aid, outside resources, loans, or a monthly payment plan to customize a payment arrangement that best meets their needs. The student’s campus ID number is required for all payments.
Parents, guardians, or employers who need access to the system can set up their own account. In order to set up account access, your student must first log in via JasperNet (see directions above) and authorize you as a user. After you have been added as an authorized user, you can log in at anytime.
Manhattan College offers a monthly payment plan to allow enrolled students to pay the out-of-pocket cost interest-free. The monthly payment plan allows for convenient adjustments and will automatically notify you via email anytime your installments increase or decrease based on changes in tuition and fees or revisions in financial aid items.
Fall Monthly Payment Plan: For a $50 non-refundable fee, your payments will be divided into 5 monthly installments:
July 14, 2017
August 1, 2017
September 1, 2017
October 2, 2017
November 1, 2017
Spring Monthly Payment Plan: For a $50 non-refundable fee, your payments will be divided into 5 monthly installments:
December 15, 2017
January 2, 2018
February 1, 2018
March 1, 2018
April 2, 2018
How to Enroll
Log into your Student Account Suite as a student or an authorized user and select Payment Plans. Remember that an authorized user must be designated by the student prior to enrolling in a plan.
You can choose to schedule automatic deductions so funds will be drawn out on the payment due date, or opt to receive an email reminder to login monthly and make your payment by the due date.
How to Schedule Automatic Payments
View the tutorial below for step-by-step instructions about how to schedule payments.
Below is the information required to provide to your bank to be sure the transfer is processed successfully. If your bank charges a fee for the wire, you need to pay that in addition to the amount you wish to wire. A receipt of your wire should be sent to email@example.com to ensure it is appropriately credited to the student tuition account in a timely manner.
It is the student’s responsibility to provide any third party sponsor payer with a copy of the billing statement, showing the tuition due date. Upon written request, the Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services can send an invoice to a third party sponsor. If a sponsor fails to pay by the tuition due date, the student will be responsible for payment of the balance due and any applicable monthly late fees.
Students who need more time to pay their tuition bill or whose employer offers a tuition reimbursement benefit may apply for deferment consideration below.
Deferral and Promise to Pay
An approved deferment agreement is the student's personal obligation to meet and is considered to be a binding payment agreement. The student is then obligated to make payment in full for the applicable semester by the extended deadline established therein.
You must submit a form to apply for a tuition deadline extension. A non-applicable $100 fee payment is required, as well as documentation for pending funds and/or recent loan approvals. Deferral application fees are non-refundable and due at the time the request is submitted. Final deferral approval is determined by the Office of Student Accounts & Bursar Services.
Approved Deferral Benefits
Prevents a student from being dropped or disenrolled from their courses.
Prevents the accrual of late fees until the extended tuition payment deadline.
Permits a resident student to move into residence halls with documentation of secured, funding sources.
When this document is processed by the Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services, the student incurs full liability for the semester charges. The failure to receive anticipated resources and financial aid funds does not excuse a student's financial obligation to make payment in full to the College.
Failure to pay in full by the approved deferral due date will also result in:
The imposition of additional fees and possible legal ramifications.
A hold on the student’s records, grades, transcripts and future registration at Manhattan College.
Interest charged at a rate of 1% per month, on any balance.