2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Payment of Semester Charges

Students must pay their accounts in full prior to the beginning of each semester/term of enrollment. This means that all tuition, room, board, required fees, and deposits must be paid in advance. Full semester payments are due in August for the fall semester and in January for the spring semester for traditional and UTEP students, and in no less than thirty days prior to registration for adult degree completion and graduate students. Students may use financial aid (scholarships, grants, and loans) as payment as long as annual financial aid documents are on file in the Financial Aid Office prior to the beginning of each term and aid has been approved.

For all charges that are not covered by scholarships, aid, or loans, Greenville University accepts cash, check, money orders (payable to Greenville University), electronic transfers, as well as American Express, Discover, MasterCard, VISA, and Diner’s Club credit cards. Students may also arrange to use the Tuition Management Systems’ (TMS) monthly payment plan. This is a third party service provided in conjunction with Greenville University.

Students may arrange a monthly payment plan administered by the Tuition Management System (TMS). The cost, less financial aid, is divided into equal payments and payments are spread over a ten-month period. The student or parent is responsible for contacting TMS to set up and maintain their payment plan. There is no interest charged on this plan but there is an enrollment fee. This service includes 24-hour full interactive access to account information through the TMS web site, toll-free automated account information, and personal account service Monday through Saturday. For more information contact a TMS Education Payment Counselor at 1-800-722-4867 or the web site at http://www.afford.com.

Students who qualify for employer reimbursement may use student loans or personal funds to cover the cost of course or term fees, until reimbursement funds are available. Reimbursement dollars may then be applied to subsequent course or terms. Final employer reimbursement dollars can then be used to pay the initial loan (government or personal) in full. Those fees not reimbursable by the company must be paid using one of the payment plans. Students must provide a copy of the company reimbursement policy and verification of eligibility prior to enrollment. The University will work with students and employers to provide additional information needed to facilitate employer reimbursement.

Greenville University Adult Degree Completion students may receive a five percent discount on the total tuition cost if students pay in full for the entire program by the registration meeting. (Note: The discount does not apply to course material fees, learning experience essay fees, or miscellaneous fees.)

Students who experience difficulties with tuition payment or have a question regarding their outstanding balance should contact the Student Accounts Office at 618-664-7013 as soon as possible. Students may view and pay their bill online at http://my.Greenville.edu. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve students of their fiscal responsibilities.