Learners who will be reimbursed by their employer after completing a course are eligible for deferred tuition payment. To be eligible for participation in the deferred payment plan, a learner must be enrolled through the School of Continuing and Professional Studies. The following items must be submitted to the SCPS office in order to participate in the Deferred Payment Program:
- A copy of the company's reimbursement policy.
- A letter of verification from the employer of the student's eligibility for tuition reimbursement on company letterhead.
- A completed deferred payment form.
- A valid credit card account number listed on the deferred payment form. (It is the student's responsibility to update the SCPS office with any changes to your credit card information by submitting a new Deferred payment form to the SCPS).
Payment in full is required no later than 30 days after the session ends. If payment is not received by the 30th day, the credit card listed on the deferred payment form will be charged for outstanding tuition and fee costs. If a credit card is declined, finance charges of 1.5% per month will be applied retroactively to the first day of the session.
Veterans' benefits: Learners who are using veterans' benefits for tuition must contact the Veterans' Certifying Official, Katharine Daniels at 720-4024 well in advance of the first class. Veterans attending the College for the first time should be prepared to pay their tuition for the first semester while awaiting reimbursement from the Veterans' Administration. For more information on how to research Veterans' Benefits, please see our Veterans' Resource Guide.