After students have been enrolled, an e-bill will be sent to the student’s Truman email account and/or the e-mail account of any authorized users (such as identified parents or guardians). Students can access their e-mail through TruView after they have set their password using the directions on their Information Packet.
E-bills will be sent around the 17th of the month with payment due around the 15th of the next month. Keep in mind that some schools register later than others, so the later a school registers with Truman, the tighter these payment deadlines may become.
The teachers at each school are asked to remind students:
Students who are paying their own bills for the program are responsible for:
Students and parents having difficulty with their payments should contact Truman’s Student Accounts office 660-785-4074 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Student Accounts can help with setting up payment arrangements or answering other questions about a student account.
The Standard Payment Plan
Because of the reduced tuition for this program, only the Standard Payment Plan is used for this program. If you anticipate having problems meeting your tuition obligations, please notify Student Accounts at (660) 785-4156.
Payment Due Date and Amount:
The account balance is due in full by September 15th for this full-year course. In the event a school enters the program late, and are enrolled after September 15, their payment in full will be due on the 15th of whichever month comes next.
If the balance is not paid in full by the due date, interest at 9% per annum (.75% per month) will begin to accrue and continue accruing until the balance has been paid in full.
A $75 late fee will be assessed if the account balance has not been paid in full by November 15th for the Fall semester or April 15th for the Spring semester, whichever applies.
If students fail to pay their balance by the final due date, interest will continue to accrue on the unpaid balance, they will receive a few warning bills from our Student Accounts office, then the balance will be sent to a collection agency.