The TuitionPay monthly payment plan, managed by HigherOne, and is an interest-free alternative to paying your college expenses in one lump sum. The plan allows you to break up your college expenses in up to five equal monthly payments for each fall or spring term. TuitionPay is not available for the summer term.
To enroll in the TuitionPay plan, visit HigherOne online. For more information, please contact HigherOne toll-free at (800) 635-0120.
The deadline to enroll in the TuitionPay Plan for the Fall 2017 term is Friday, July 28, 2017.
The 5 Pay Plan is available per term and set up with HigherOne directly. Payments for this plan are due by June 1 for the fall term and November 1 for the spring term. The enrollment fee for the 5 Pay Plan is $35.00.
** If the TuitionPay plan is set up after June 1 (fall) or November 1 (spring), the available payment plan may automatically change to a 4 Pay Plan. The enrollment process and enrollment fee for the 4 Pay Plan is the same as that of the 5 Pay Plan.
Important Facts to Remember
- Payments made to your TuitionPay contract are disbursed to the University the month after your payment is made to them. (Example: A payment made to HigherOne by June 1 is received by the University around July 5).
- Financial Aid or other financial assistance should be considered when figuring a budget with the TuitionPay plan. If you receive enough financial assistance to cover your Student Account Balance, you may cancel your TuitionPay contract without penalty and are recommended to do so.
- Adjusting your TuitionPay budget can be done at any time. It is highly recommended that you review your budget after receiving your billing statement from the University for any type of adjustment needed. Generally, the initial TuitionPay budget is planned using estimated costs, so an adjustment based on actual costs may be needed.
- Please be advised that you will receive a billing statement from the University even if you have a TuitionPay payment plan. Remember that when reviewing your student billing statement you will need to deduct from your outstanding balance any payments made to HigherOne but not yet received and posted by UNCG.
- If, for any reason, your TuitionPay contract for the current semester is cancelled, discontinued, or terminated, it is the student’s responsibility to inform the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office of an alternate payment method for the remaining balance due towards the student account. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of your registration for that term.