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Ways to Pay

Types of Payment

Pay with aid

How do you pay with financial aid?

  • Once admitted, transcript are evaluated to determine your tuition
  • Platt College's Financial Aid Officer will reach out to new student to schedule a one-on-one meeting
    • Meeting will cover total aid and how it will be disbursed.
pay with private loans

If your tuition isn't fully covered by financial aid funds, you might consider private student loans

Before applying, you should consider the following:

  • Check your credit score
  • Co-signers may be required for an alternative loan for students who have little or no credit history or who have a negative credit history
  • Carefully review the interest rate and fees charged by the alternative loan lender

Platt College does not endorse any lender and encourages students to seek federal student loans first, including a Parent PLUS Loan, which may help fund your education at a lower entrance rate.  Also consider exhausting all scholarship and grant options prior to considering taking out alternative loans.*

pay with scholarships

Outside scholarship funds are typically made payable through check and are to be submitted to the Financial Aid Office.

What to do if You Get and Outside Scholarship

  • Report outside scholarships to the financial aid office
  • Ask how the scholarship will affect your aid offer. If the College reduces your gift aid, your scholarship may be far less valuable than you expected
  • Don't ask if your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) can be reduced. By federal rule, this is not allowed
  • If the scholarship is not renewable, consider asking the provider to disburse the money over 3 years or (4 academic years = 36 months) so the impact on your financial aid is spread out
pay using installment plan

Platt College's interest-free tuition installment plan allows students to spread out tuition and fee payments during an academic year 


To be eligible to participate in the plan the student must:

  • be a current Platt College student
  • complete and sign an installment plan

For more information on our Installment Plan, contact our financial team

Student fiscal responsibility

If a student elects to receive any Title IV direct loans and/or private loans, it is the student's responsibility to repay any loans regardless of whether the student is successful in completing the program and obtaining employment.

We know that paying for college can add stress, but at Platt College we provide a number of options through a variety of sources to help you fund your education.  The Financial Aid Department and Financial Services Department manages billing, payments, and refunds for student tuition and fees.  There are a number of ways to pay for tuition that our financial aid and services offices can help you set up.

Payment is due on the first calendar day of the month, regardless of the day of the week.  Notifications from the College Accountant (i.e. late notices, financial warning, suspension for the following quarter) are sent out via email one week after the tuition payment due date.

Pay Online

If you are a current student and need to make a payment complete the following steps to make a payment:

  1. Click "My Platt College Student Portal"
  2. Login into your account
  3. Choose "Finances" and then "Make a Payment Online"
  4. Your balance will appear
  5. Click "Make a Payment" tab and enter your information

Pay In Person

Students can pay tuition in person at the office of the Accountant II, Office 222.  Methods accepted include:

  • Cash
  • Personal Check (payable to Platt College)
  • Cashier's Check
  • Money Order
  • Credit or Debit Card

*A fee of 25.00 will be accessed for any check that does not clear.

Pay by Mail

Make checks payable to Platt College

Be sure the student's full name are on the check itself

Multiple checks should be mailed together to ensure proper and timely posting of the payment.

Mail checks to:

Platt College
Attention: Account II
5660 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Suite 100
Greenwood Village , CO 80111