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Students should contact their Post University tuition planner to arrange for payment, which is due prior to the first day of classes. 

Financial Aid assistance is available to those who qualify.

In order to register for online courses, you must have a credit card or debit card on file. Cards will not be charged until one of the following has occurred: you select credit card billing, or you fail to pay any tuition due.

We accept most major credit cards—Visa, Discover, American Express and MasterCard—and a payment plan is available. 

How to Pay Your Bill

You can pay your bill online and learn about payment options by visiting the Office of Student Finance page. For additional questions concerning tuition, fees or payment arrangements, you may also contact the Office of Student Finance by calling 800.345.2562 between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday.

Monthly Payment Plan Options

In order to facilitate the payment of tuition charges, Post University offers students the option of setting up a monthly payment plan through our Office of Student Accounts. Once you have enrolled at Post University, your personal Financial Aid Advisor will provide you with information on how to set up a payment plan.

Late Payments

Payments are due as established by the monthly payment plan agreement. Students must make their payments on or before the set due dates or they will be charged a late payment fee. If circumstances are such that payments cannot be made by the scheduled date, it is critical that the student contacts the Office of Student Accounts to make special payment arrangements. These arrangements must be agreed to in writing between the student and the Office of Student Accounts no later than one week prior to the payment due date. An account that is not current will result in:

  • Denial of registration for courses.

  • Withholding of transcripts and diplomas.

  • Assessment of interest equal to 1.5% monthly of the balance due, equal to 18% annually of the balance due.

Failure to Pay

Online Students

All tuition and fee charges must be paid by the end of the current module in which the charges were applied. If circumstances are such that payments cannot be made by this date, students must contact their Financial Aid Advisor to discuss payment arrangements.

An account that is not current will result in:

  • Denial of registration for courses

  • Withholding of transcripts and degrees

  • Assessment of interest equal to 1.5% monthly of the balance due, equal to 18% annually of the balance due.

Circumstances for exceptions to any interest charges on open balances:

  • Outstanding balance is covered by eligible financial aid.

  • Students who have submitted a signed credit card authorization and who have made successful payments in accordance to their agreement.

Students who owe a balance without an acceptable payment arrangement or other source of funding in place to cover eligible University charges will be removed from class and placed on a Registration Hold. Students who do not make acceptable arrangements and are not enrolled in classes may be administratively withdrawn from the University in accordance with the “Administrative Withdrawal from the University” policy.

Students who plan to return after being administratively withdrawn must resolve the balance prior to requesting readmission.

Students with outstanding balances may not register for classes, receive grade cards, graduate, or receive transcripts of courses from the University until all amounts due the University have been paid. Any unpaid accounts may be subject to collections.


Campus Students

Students may not register for classes, receive grades, graduate, or receive transcripts of coursework from the University until all amounts due the University have been paid. Any unpaid balances are subject to the collections process. Interest will not be charged if:

  • 100% of any student’s open balance is covered by financial aid, all paperwork has been completed, and aid is received within45 days.

  • Students are using Federal work-study funds or are employed as a student worker with the Residential Life Department to settle account balances and have completed the necessary payroll documentation for direct funding to their Post University accounts.

  • Students have signed payment plans on file and continue to make payments in accordance with their agreements.