Platt College's interest-free tuition installment plan allows students to spread out tuition and fee payments during an academic year (a time period of 9 months or 3 quarters). Students who elect to pay using the installment plan must meet with the Financial Aid Officer to complete and sign a payment plan. Students must make their payment in accordance with their current signed payment plan on the first business day of each month. All payments must be made no later than 5 days after the due date in order to remain in good standing. Student may elect to make payments online, in person, or by mail.
To be eligible to participate in the plan the student must:
- be a current Platt College student
- complete and sign an installment plan
Fees Covered by the Plan Include:
- Quarterly Course Fees
- Information Technology Fees
- Clinical Placement Fee
- Lab Fees
- Bookstore Purchases through online College Bookstore
- Transfer Credit Fee
- Repeated Courses
- Other Fees as Assigned Related to Sciences and Nursing
Fees NOT Covered by the Plan Include:
- Reinstatement Fees
- Transcript Fees
- Fines or Assessments
- Application Fee
- Additional Out of Pocket Costs
- Charges not Associated with Tuition and Fees
Getting Started with an Installment Plan
To participate in an installment payment plan with Platt College, you must enroll in credit earning courses, review, confirm, and sign an installment payment plan, and adhere to the payment terms to remain in good standing with the College.
Terms and Conditions
- Platt College is authorized to adjust the amount deferred in accordance with the total funds due as a result of changes made to a student's course schedule during an academic year.
- Failure to secure financial assistance or other funds for repayment of the total amount deferred will not relieve the student of any payment obligations.
- If a student fails to meet any provisions of his/her plan, the unpaid balance will remain due. Until the account is paid, transcripts will be withheld and registration for subsequent terms will not be permitted.
- If a student is termporarily terminated (voluntary or involuntary) or takes an approved LOA, s/he will not be permitted to return to class until the account is in good standing.