Jacksonville State University offers a payment plan for university charges that allows them to be paid in equal payments.
The plan is optional and requires a $50.00 (non-refundable) set-up fee per semester that is due at the time of enrollment in the plan.
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Must be in good financial standing with the university.
Must pay all prior semester charges in full.
Must have current semester charges listed on student account prior to enrolling in the payment plan.
The current semester balance less any partial payments, financial aid loans, grants, scholarships or third-party payments will be divided into equal installments.
Students are required to enter a valid debit/credit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover) or a valid checking/savings account for automatic payment processing on the installment dates. (Please allow 3-5 days for a Web Electronic Check to clear your account).
Step 1: Login in to MyJSU
Step 2: Choose "View Account/Make Payment"
Step 3: Payment Plans
Step 4: Enroll Now
Step 5: Select Term
The Summer (3) Installment Payment Plan will be open for enrollment April 5, 2016. Students registered for the May Four Week, May Six Week, Full Summer and June Six Week term must enroll in the plan no later than May 10, 2016, in order to confirm registration (retain your scheduled classes).
The Summer (2) Installment Payment Plan will be open for enrollment May 16, 2016. Students registered for June Six Week and Fast Track Academy must enroll in the plan no later than June 7, 2016, in order to confirm registration (retain your scheduled classes).
Summer (3) Installment Plan: Enroll by May 10, 2016, if you are pre-registered for any May, Full Summer or June term. Installments to be processed on the following dates:
Summer (2) Installment Plan: Enroll by June 7, 2016, if you are pre-registered for the June Six Week term or Fast Track Academy. Installments to be processed on the following dates:
Please note: If your 1st Installment cannot be processed in any plan, ALL summer registration will be canceled.
The university will accept any advance payments. A student may wish to make a down payment, reducing the amount to be paid using the payment plan.