Fall 2014 Tuition Payment Schedule

Students who register between now and July 29, 2014 must make payment arrangements by July 31, 2014. 

Registering early gives students the best selection of classes, can significantly reduce the wait time to see a counselor, and allows students to set up a payment plan that gives them up to five (5) months to pay for classes. For those students who do not need to see a counselor, we highly encourage them to register online through the  MyTriton portal

Please take note of the following tuition payment schedule:  

If you register between…   Tuition Payment Deadline
April 14 - July 29, 2014   July 31, 2014
July 30 - Dec. 6, 2014    Within 2 days 

Registration is not complete until students have made their tuition payment in full or payment arrangements (see options below).

Students who fail to make payment arrangements within the specified timelines may be dropped from their selected classes. If a student is dropped from a class, it is the policy of the College to send an e-mail to the student notifying them that they will need to re-enroll. If a student re-enrolls and again does not follow the 2-day payment deadline, they will continue to be dropped for non-payment.

The following PAYMENT OPTIONS are available to students:

  • Payments in full may be made by cash, money order, check, or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or American Express) at the Cashier’s Office (A-202) or in the main hall of the Student Center. The Student Center location accepts all forms of payment with the exception of cash. Students can also make credit card payments online through the MyTriton portal.
  • Proof of 3rd party payment means that a 3rd party is providing payment on behalf of a student (e.g., a company for which the student works). Eligible students should contact the Cashier’s Office (A-202) prior to registering for classes.
  • FACTS Tuition Payment Plan allows a student to have interest-free monthly installments automatically deducted from their bank account or credit card. Program eligibility requires a minimum balance due of $250 and payment terms are based on the date of registration. A valid bank account or credit card is needed to set up the payment plan. There is a $25 processing fee. For more information, click here, or contact the Cashier’s Office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3649. Students can apply for the FACTS plan online by signing into MyTriton portal
Enroll
by...
  Required Down
Payment
  Number of
Payments
  Months of
Payments
July 2          None   5   July-November
July 25   20%   4   August-November
Aug. 25   30%   3   September-November
Sept. 15   50%   2   October-November
  • FACTS Pending Aid Payment Plan is available for eligible students applying for financial aid. An eligible student is one that has an expected family contribution (EFC) of $4,500 or less (based on their FAFSA on file in the Financial Aid Office). The $25 FACTS processing fee is deferred until the plan is activated. If the student’s financial aid award covers all institutional charges, the plan is canceled with no penalty. If the student has an incomplete file, or a balance due after the financial aid award has been applied to their account, the student can choose to pay the balance due in a one-time payment and the plan will be canceled with no penalty, or the plan will activate and the $25 FACTS processing fee will be charged to the student along with the first of three monthly installments beginning on October 5, 2014.
  • Financial Aid holds will be applied for students who have completed the financial aid application and have been awarded grant funds. Students who have a balance remaining after financial aid has been applied are encouraged to sign up for a payment plan.
     

 


Due to FAFSA processing time (usually 3-5 days), students who register and complete the FAFSA on the same day may notify the Financial Aid Office and request a one-time 7-day protective hold. This will prevent students from getting dropped from classes while their FAFSA is processed and eligibility for the FACTS Pending Aid Payment Plan is determined.