It is the students responsibility to pay all tuition and fees by the publicized due date. If the students bill and information packet do not arrive in the mail for any reason, the student
is responsible for obtaining these materials from the Business Office. The student is also responsible for satisfying any necessary adjustments to his/her account, due to course load adjustments after the initial billing statement has been received. If financial aid or a payment plan is to be used, arrangements must be made before the publicized due date; otherwise, late payment fines are assessed.
The payment plans described below must be arranged with the Business Office prior to the publicized due date and require an agreement signed by the student. Only those students who are in good financial standing with the University are allowed to participate in these payment programs.
By mail: Payment by mail is encouraged. Students should write their student account number on their check, and mail it to: Bursar, Neumann University, One Neumann Drive, Aston, PA 19014-1298. Do not mail cash, and be sure that all payments are mailed in time to reach the University by the publicized due date.
In person: Payment may be made in person at the Business Office during the Universitys published business hours. After business hours, payments may be placed in the Tuition Drop Box, located next to the Business Office (Room 104).
Credit cards: With proper authorization, the University accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Discover.
Debit cards: The University accepts MAC.
In addition to financial aid, the following payment plans are available:
Neumann Tuition Deferral: This partial deferral allows the student to pay one-half the tuition and fees at the publicized due date, with the balance due in two payments later in the semester. Late payment fines apply to missed payments. A $40.00 fee is charged for the Tuition Deferral option.
Employer Reimbursement: Students who are reimbursed by an employer may be eligible to receive an extension for payment, provided that they have been enrolled at the University in the preceding semester. In addition to signing an Employer Reimbursement Agreement, a letter from the employer indicating that the student will receive this benefit must be submitted each semester. A $20.00 fee is charged for this option.
Higher Education Services, Inc. is one of the leading providers of quality tuition payment plan options since 1986. Students and families appreciate the selection of programs, the ease of setting up a plan, making payments, checking on the status of the account. HES has made the process simple and beneficial to everyone.
Payment plans described above must be arranged with the Business Office prior to the publicized due date and require an agreement signed by the student. Only those students who are in good financial standing with the University are allowed to participate in these payment programs.