VERY IMPORTANT: You Must Read The Instruction Packet Before Making Your Payment – You Need The Information in The Instruction Packet to Make Your Payment Correctly.
If your student has lost their instruction packet, please contact the Institute for Academic Outreach at email@example.com or 660-785-5384.
There are two options for the payment schedule:
1. Standard Payment Plan: Pay the tuition in full by September 15th (Fall) or February 15th (Spring).
The amount you owe will be listed on your Instruction Packet. To pay by check, you must have the student’s Banner ID number from the Instruction Packet. This sheet also provides handy instructions on how to complete an online payment.
2. Flexible Payment Plan: This plan allows you to make three payments over the course of the term. Not all schools participate in this plan, so be sure to check with your teacher first, or call the Institute for Academic Outreach if you are unsure.
To participate in the Flexible Payment Plan you must complete a Flexible Payment Agreement Form and return it to your teacher to enroll you in the plan.
No matter how you pay you should first go online to check your account balance using the directions provided in your Instruction Packet. On the Flex Plan, a small amount of interest gets added to your account for the convenience of extra payments. Interest also gets added when you miss a payment. Once you know your balance, you can pay online or by check. To pay by check, you will need the Banner ID number from the Instruction Packet, or, to pay online, you will follow the appropriate directions on the Instruction Packet that will guide you through the payment process.
A $75 late fee will be incurred on any account whose balance is not paid in full by November 15 (Fall Semester) or April 15 (Spring Semester).
Sometimes paying your entire tuition bill at once is not convenient. For this reason, Truman works with families to make it possible to pay flexibly, over three payments.
Under this plan, interest at 6% per annum (0.5% per month) is charged on the unpaid balance on each bill after the first bill. The sooner you pay, the less interest is charged.
Students may “pay ahead” on the budgeted Flexible Payment Plan if they like. Interest assessment can be avoided by paying the balance in full on or before the first due date.
Due Dates and Amounts Due on Each
Fall semester payment due dates and amounts due on each:
Spring semester payment due dates and amounts due on each:
Signing Up for the Flexible Payment Plan
If your school offers the Flexible Payment Plan option, there will be information about the plan and a Waiver for Disclosure of Account Information for you to sign and submit in the Registration Packet. Instructions on how to sign-up for the Flexible Payment Plan will be included as well, or you can download an application here.