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Payment Plan Options

Full Pay

Under the full pay payment plan, students pay tuition and all applicable fees by the payment due date or upon registration, thereafter. Roosevelt University accepts payments via check or money order, in person or by mail. You may pay online via credit card or e-check. Cash payments are accepted at the Chicago campus only.

*We only accept checks drawn on a U.S. bank and payable in U.S. funds.

Extended Payment Plan

TuitionPay through Higher One is available to students who wish to make multiple payments. If you choose the extended payment plan on RUAccess, you will be linked to the Higher One TuitionPay website to set up recurring automatically debited payments.


TuitionPay

How to set up your payment plan

  • Estimate your total tuition, fees, housing and insurance charges (if applicable). *Factor any scholarships, aid, or loans into your payments (charges minus financial aid).
  • Input your credit card information (MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card, Visa is not accepted) OR bank account information (account number, routing number) for E-check.
  • Payments will be automatically deducted from the bank account or charged to the credit card.
    If funds are not available, you will be charged an insufficient funds fee.

Please visit the TuitionPay website to sign up for an extended payment plan.

After connecting to the TuitionPay website

  • Click on: Enroll now
  • Choose the state: Illinois
  • Choose the school: Roosevelt University
  • This will connect you to the Roosevelt page of TuitionPay

You may contact TuitionPay Customer Service at 800-635-0120.

Students who have loans, scholarships or grants may participate in this plan to satisfy any remaining balance after the awards are applied.

Payment Plan options for the Academic Year

** When you estimate your plan amount for the Annual plan, please make sure to include your tuition and fees for both Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 combined.

Annual Plan (Fall 2014/Spring 2015)


Enrollment Begins *Enrollment Ends First Installment Due Final Installment Due
12-Month Plan March 1, 2014 May 5, 2014 May 5, 2014 April 5, 2015
11-Month Plan May 6, 2014 June 5, 2014 June 5, 2014 April 5, 2015
10-Month Plan June 6, 2014 July 5, 2014 July 5, 2014 April 5, 2015
9-Month Plan July 6, 2014 August 5, 2014 August 5, 2014 April 5, 2015
8-Month Plan August 6, 2014 September 5, 2014 September 5, 2014 April 5, 2015
7-Month Plan September 6, 2014 October 5, 2014 October 5, 2014 April 5, 2015

Spring 2015 Plan

  Enrollment Begins *Enrollment Ends  First Installment Due  Final Installment Due
7-Month Plan September 1, 2014 October 5, 2014 October 5, 2014 April 5th, 2015
 6-Month Plan  October 6, 2014  November 5, 2014   November 5, 2014 April 5th, 2015
 5-Month Plan  November 6, 2014  December 5, 2014  December 5, 2014  April 5th, 2015 
 4-Month Plan  December 6, 2014  January 5, 2015  January 5, 2015  April 5th, 2015
 3-Month Plan   January 6, 2015 February 5, 2015  February 5, 2015  April 5th, 2015

Financial Aid

Students must file a Free Application for Federal Student aid (FAFSA) to ensure consideration for federal financial aid. Award and program eligibility are determined individually for each student based upon numerous factors including the program of study and the level of enrollment (full-time, part-time, etc.). Please visit the Office of Financial Aid website for more information about funding your education through student loans and grants.

Students who are receiving financial aid may still enroll in the TuitionPay extended payment plan to pay off any balance that financial aid does not cover.

Use of Federal Financial Aid to Pay Prior Year Charges

Federal financial aid awarded for the current academic year cannot be used to pay for prior year outstanding balances (balances incurred during or prior to Summer). This prior balance must be paid by personal payment regardless of the amount of aid anticipated or disbursed for the first enrollment period of the academic year before that enrollment can be confirmed.

Tuition Reimbursement Plan (ROOSTR)

The tuition reimbursement plan allows eligible students to defer tuition payments up to three weeks after grades are available for the term. To participate in the Tuition Reimbursement Plan, the student’s employer must cover at least 75% of the total cost of tuition. There is a $30.00 deferment fee to participate in this program.

Each term a student must:

  • Submit a copy of employer’s tuition reimbursement policy
  • Submit a letter from the employer to confirm the student’s reimbursement eligibility and indicate the percentage of tuition covered (listing any applicable restrictions) and complete a promissory note
  • Update eligibility each term of enrollment
  • Pay any portion of the tuition and fees (generally at least $180) not covered by the employer by the payment due date or upon registration thereafter.
  • A late fee of $100 will be assessed to the student’s account if complete payment is not received by the extended payment due date. Please verify the ROOSTR due date with the Student Accounts Office.

Direct Bill Payment Plan

The direct bill payment plan allows a student to attend the University under an employee benefit plan or other sponsored plan. The benefit should not be contingent on the course grade received. The student’s employer or sponsor pays the cost of tuition and fees directly to the University. To participate in this plan, students must:

  • Submit a payment voucher from the employer/agency or a letter certifying the student’s eligibility for the benefits and the stated value of the benefits;
  • Update eligibility each term of enrollment
  • Pay any portion of the tuition and fees not covered by the employer or agency by the payment due date, or upon registration thereafter.