JSU PAYMENT PLAN
Jacksonville State University offers a payment plan that allows for semester charges to be distributed 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.
Must be in good financial standing with the university.
Must pay all prior semester charges in full.
Must have current semester charges listed on your account prior to enrolling in the payment plan.
WHAT THE PLAN COVERS?
- University Housing and Residential Dining Program (if applicable)
- Miscellaneous charges that may include, but are not limited to, Student ID fee, parking decal, late registration fees, phone bills, graduation fees, parking fines, and health center charges.
HOW THE PLAN WORKS:
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.
#1: Installment December 10, 2012
#2: Installment January 14, 2013
#3: Installment February 14, 2013
#4: Installment March 14, 2013
** Enroll by December 10, 2012 if you are pre-registered Spring semester**
If your first installment cannot be processed for any reason using the payment method you provided, your classes will be cancelled.
HOW DO I ENROLL?
Enroll in the payment plan by logging onto MYJSU:
"View Account/Make Payment"
Under Quick View Choose
"Enroll in a Payment Plan"
YOU ENROLLED IN A PAYMENT PLAN AND THE INSTALLMENT AMOUNTS HAVE CHANGED. WHY?
This is an adjustable plan that is recalculated daily based on any new charges and/or credits applied to the account so that the remaining installments include any unpaid semester charges.
WHAT ELSE YOU SHOULD KNOW?
Students must be enrolled in the plan no later than the published due date in order for their registration to be confirmed.
If you drop a class after the last day to receive 100% refund, you are still responsible for the balance. The installments will be processed on the designated installment dates using the payment method you provided.
If you withdraw from the university, after the last day to receive a refund, you are still responsible for the balance. The installments will be processed on the designated installment dates using the payment method you provided.
There will be a $30.00 fee assessed for each automatic installment that cannot be processed.
The university reserves the right to assign delinquent accounts to a collection agency. The student will be responsible for all collection costs.
For more information, view frequently asked questions at http://www.jsu.edu/bursar/PayPlanFAQ.html