We have partnered with Nelnet Business Solutions to provide a convenient and secure way to set up a semester by semester payment plan. There will be a $25.00 non-refundable enrollment fee per semester.
Plan B: York College Deferred Monthly Payment Plan
This is a monthly payment plan. This plan may include tuition, fees, room and board charges for the full year. Payments will be due within 20 days of the statement date and may be divided over 10 months (September-June). All accounts should be paid in full by July 31st. York College accepts payments by cash, check, money order, VISA or MasterCard.
Payments can be adjusted accordingly at the beginning of Spring semester as needed.
Plan C: York College Cash Payment Plan
Account charges are payable each semester. Student accounts must be paid-in-full within 30 days of registration each semester. Any account not paid in full (posted financial aid and payment) within the 30 day time frame will be assessed a fee and be enrolled in the Deferred Monthly Payment Plan. York College accepts payments by cash, check, money order, VISA or MasterCard.
Payment for expenses charged to a student’s account after the initial statement will be billed monthly and due within 20 days of the statement date (i.e. meal plan upgrades, chapel fines, library fines, room damages, etc.).
A $15.00 fee may be assessed on any account whose monthly payment is not received by the appropriate due date.
A $25.00 feewill be assessed for returned checks or insufficient funds on any payment plan. If payment arrangements are not made to cover the missed payment then the $15.00 late fee will also be assessed. A $50.00 fee per semester will be assessed for those choosing the Deferred Monthly Payment Plan or those who choose the Cash Plan but fail to pay in full within 30 days of registration.
Charges made after the first week of school for the Fall semester and Spring semester (i.e. meal plan upgrades, chapel fines, library fines, room damages, etc.) will be billed on a monthly statement and due within 20 days of the statement date. A $15 late fee may be assessed if additional charges are not paid on a monthly basis. All charges should be paid by July 31st for the account to remain active. Two types of holds will be placed on a student account when there is an outstanding balance caused by failure to pay on any plan. An enrollment hold will prevent the student from enrolling in future semesters. A transcript hold will prevent the student from receiving either an official or unofficial transcript. Upon receipt of full payment, holds will be removed from the student account.