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Payment Plan Benefits

Easy online enrollment

Flexible payment options

No interest

Make College Easier to Pay For with a Tuition Payment Plan.

Make college more affordable by paying for tuition and fees over time. Tuition payment plans break down your tuition balance into affordable monthly payments. There’s no interest, payment options are flexible, setup fees are affordable, and it’s easy to enroll!

Payment Plan Information

Payment Methods

• Automatic payment from checking or savings account (ACH)
• Automatic payment from credit or debit card

 

Cost to Participate

• $40 nonrefundable enrollment fee per agreement
• $30 nonrefundable returned payment fee if a payment is returned

Simple Steps to Enroll

  • Click Enroll Today
  • Log in to WebROCK
  • Click on Student Accounts
  • Click on Set up a Payment Plan

Regularly scheduled payments will process on the 15th of the month.

Enrollment fees and down payments are processed immediately!

Need some help setting up a payment plan?

Watch this short how-to video.

*Note: This video tutorial is for demonstration purposes only. Your educational institution may offer options other than those shown in the video.

Target Dates To Enroll By

Fall 2022

Payment plans available on August 1, 2022

Last day to enroll onlineRequired down paymentNumber of paymentsMonths of payments
Sept 8none3Sept-Nov

Winter 2023

Payment plans available on October 25, 2022

Last day to enroll onlineRequired down paymentNumber of paymentsMonths of payments
Dec 13none3Dec-Feb

Spring 2023

Payment plans available on January 1, 2023

Last day to enroll onlineRequired down paymentNumber of paymentsMonths of payments
March 11none3March-May

PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABILITY Availability of the payment plan is determined by Granite State College. Please be aware the College may elect not to have the payment plan available during specific times and dates during registration.

BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS Please do not assume your balance will automatically adjust if financial aid is received or a class is dropped or added. You should review your agreement balance online.

Students:  If someone is paying on your behalf, you MUST first set them up as an Authorized Payer.

Authorized Payers:  If you are paying on behalf of the student, the student must access or set up their account first and then add you as an Authorized Payer.