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DELAYED OPENING - Centenary University, all campuses will have a delayed opening tomorrow January 24, 2017. All campuses will open at 10:00 am.

UG Full-Time Payment Schedule

A Full-time Traditional Undergraduate student is billed in advance for each semester.  A student’s account is expected to be paid in full on or before the date due.

Spring 2017 – Traditional Full-time Undergraduate Payment Deadlines¹:

  • January 6, 2017: First due date – Late fee: $150
  • January 23, 2017: Second due date – Additional Late fee $150
  • Additional late payment fees will be charged every month after January 23, 2017 until the maximum late payment fees of $300 have been charged or payment in full is received.
  • Payment in full will be required immediately for any registration or schedule changes made after January 23, 2017.

The University reserves the right to change costs, dates and procedures at its discretion.

Please note: Corresponding deadlines for future semesters will be posted at a later date on the “Tuition & Billing” website located here: http://www.centenaryuniversity.edu/admission-aid/tuition-financial-aid/tuition-fees/

Billing Notifications:

Failure to make on time payment may result in a late fee of $150 (for each deadline missed, maximum late fee charge $300), a hold on grades, transcripts and diploma, and a registration hold which will prevent any schedule changes and changes to residence hall room selection.  These consequences will also affect students who receive financial aid, but who fail to submit missing documentation requested by the Financial Aid Office by January 23, 2017.  Notification of a hold(s) will appear on the student’s my.Centenary account. Exceptions can only be granted by the Bursar’s Office prior to the payment deadline.

New students, will receive an initial paper bill for their first semester.  Subsequent bills will be available electronically (e-Bill) through the student’s my.Centenary account and clicking on the “Student Finance” box.

Returning students, who have registered by November 30, 2016 can view their e-Bill on December 2, 2016.  Returning students who register after November 30 will be able to view their e-Bills immediately after completing their registrations. To view a bill, the student must log into their my.Centenary account and click on the “Student Finance” box.

Students who will be residing on campus and have been assigned a room will see their Room & Meal Plan costs on the Account Activity screen.  Students who have indicated they will be residing on campus and do not see housing as part of their bill, should contact the Residence Life Office.

Email notifications will be sent to the student’s Centenary University email, prior to the due date, if there is still a balance due.  Monthly reminders will also be sent to the student’s email account until the balance has been paid.  Students should review their account activity periodically to confirm that a change or adjustment has not been made creating a balance due.

For instructions on how to access an e-Bill, please visit the Centenary University website and go to the tuition and fees page.

Students using financial aid to pay all or a portion of their bill should review their awards online by signing into their my.Centenary account and clicking on the “Financial Aid” box.

If you have questions about how to meet your payment obligations, please speak with our Financial Aid staff at finaid@centenaryuniversity.edu

Important Note:
Returning students who will not be attending the spring semester must submit a Withdrawal/Leave of Absence form to the Student Life Office no later than January 16, 2017. New students who will not be attending the fall semester must submit a cancelation notification to the Admissions Office no later than January 16, 2017. Returning and new students who do not complete the proper forms by the deadline will be responsible for the costs of the semester, regardless of whether or not they attend any classes.  The following actions do not constitute appropriate notification of withdrawal or cancellation: non-payment of tuition & other charges, non-attendance in classes or notification to an instructor. A student who fails to withdraw or cancel officially waives the right for consideration of any refunds.

Acceptable Payment Methods:

Payment may be made using any combination of the payment methods listed below:

  • Cash, Check or Credit Card* – Centenary University accepts Visa, MasterCard, and DiscoverCard. Payments and Deposits may be made by logging into your my.Centenary account, clicking on the “Student Finance” box, checking the box of the term or deposit you wish to pay, then clicking on the words “Make a Payment”.
  • Financial Aid – Financial aid should be in place before the payment deadline. Students can view their financial aid awards online by signing into their my.Centenary account and clicking on the “Financial Aid” box. Students should contact the Financial Aid Office with questions about their awards at finaid@centenaryuniversity.edu.
  • Tuition Payment Plan – A monthly tuition payment plan option is available in partnership with Tuition Management Systems (TMS).  For information or to enroll in the plan, please visit https://centenaryuniversity.afford.com.
  • Veterans/Active Military Benefits – For more information contact: Margie Pavlichko, Director of Veterans Services at pavlichkom@centenaryuniversity.edu.

The University reserves the right to change costs, dates and procedures at its discretion.

* Effective November 7, 2017, payments made by credit or debit card will incur an additional 2.65% service fee. There will be no service fee for online payments made by electronic check (ACH).

¹ Corresponding deadlines for future semesters will be posted at a later date on the “Tuition & Billing” page on the University’s website, http://www.centenaryuniversity.edu/admission-aid/tuition-and-billing/bursar-office/full-time-payment-due-date.