Student Financial Services Office--Payment Plans

The Student Financial Services Office at the University of North Florida offers a payment plan option to all students who qualify. This payment plan is available to students who have no outstanding balance with the University.

 

The payment plan is a signed contract between the student and the University. The payment plan is a one-third payment plan.  In this plan, the student will pay one-third of the tuition and fees (after subtracting any aid, grants, waivers or other deferments) by the payment deadline, plus a $15 enrollment fee.

 

The second payment is due within 30 days.  The final payment is due within 60 days. The due dates are posted online under "When to Pay." Payment plans not paid by the payment deadline will result in a financial hold being placed on the student's account and a $100 late payment fee being assessed. The student will not be able to register for a subsequent semester until paid and may be denied future enrollment in the payment plan program

 

Please note that payment plans are ONLY for tuition and fees; other charges such as housing, parking permits and meal memberships are NOT allowed in the payment plan.

 

There are two ways to enroll.  Online via myWings, click on the "View & Pay My Bill" link.  Select the payment plan tab at the top and select the plan in which you wish to enroll.  Follow the prompts to enroll and the system will calculate your initial payment. There is no enrollment form to sign when enrolling online.  Accepting the payment terms binds you to the terms of the payment plan. 

 

For those students paying with cash, you can enroll in person--go to the Student Financial Services Office and pay the initial payment (one-third) plus the processing fee before the reinstatement deadline (students are assessed a $100 late payment fee if enrolling after the payment deadline); a Student Financial Services staff member will enroll in the online payment plan. Payment plans are not be available online after that date.

 

For additional information, questions or concerns, please contact us.