Payment Options

New Purge Policy for Fall 2013New Purge Policy

Course schedules will be purged for students who have not completed ALL financial aid processes AND paid the balance due on their accounts before the end of the drop/add period. Students will not be able to eat in the cafeteria or grill using their meal plans after course schedules are purged.  Meals can be purchased with cash from Pioneer during this time.  Housing assignments will end at noon on Friday, September, 6 for those students who have not successfully re-enrolled by that time.

A $100 re-enrollment fee will be assessed to all students whose registrations are purged and who must re-register for classes. All financial issues will have to be addressed satisfactorily before a student will be able to re-register for classes. It will be the student's responsibility to know the purge dates each semester.

Purge dates for 2013-14

Payment Plan 1

Pay in full prior to registration. With this plan, all outstanding charges for the semester are paid on or before registration. Payments may be made via cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. For your convenience, you may pay online through Self Service, where you can view your account, print and view statements, make a payment online, and view a history of all payments on your account. By using your MC Self Service ID and password, you will have access to your online statement and current activity on your account. Payments and charges will be reflected immediately and you will have 24/7 access to your most recent bill. .

Payment Plan 2

Installment payment plan. Milligan offers an interest free payment plan that allows you to spread your tuition costs over several months if you cannot afford to pay tuition in a lump sum or to finance the difference between costs and financial aid. This plan can be used in conjunction with a Federal PLUS Loan and/or Alternative Loan to assist students and families in managing their educational debt. The payment plan enrollment fee for undergraduate students is $65 for the academic year and $85 for graduate and ADCP students. Click here for instructions on setting up the payment plan. You must enroll by the time of registration and first day of classes.

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Student Account: Things You Must Know

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Before First Day of Class. The following should be completed before the first day of class:

This is not an exhaustive list of tasks which might need to be completed.  See your SFS counselor about your specific situation.

New Purge Policy for Fall 2013If all of the required steps are not completed during registration, then students will sign a promissory note for the amount owed to the College and will have 2 weeks to resolve the issues and pay the balance or enroll in the Tuition Payment Plan.

Any student with an unpaid balance at the end of the day on September 3 will have their course schedule purged and will no longer be allowed to attend classes. In order to re-enroll, students will have to satisfactorily resolve all financial issues and will be assessed a $100 re-enrollment fee.

» Charges. Charges shown on the student statement include tuition, fees, room and board. Once you enroll, you are liable for all charges.
» Pending Financial Aid. Aid that is listed on the student statement is aid that has been awarded to you but is still in ANTICIPATED/PENDING status. Your financial aid will be posted to your student account upon verification of enrollment status after drop/add period ends and all necessary aid paperwork is completed. Pending aid does not include work study, outside scholarships, VA benefits, or payments from Section 529 savings plans.
» Refunds for dropped classes (meal plan is prorated)
» Notifications. Your Milligan College email account is used regularly to notify you of important information regarding your financial aid and/or student account.
» Policies. Complete policies and detailed information regarding financial aid and student accounts can be found in the college Catalog.