Nova Southeastern University Office of the University Bursar 3301 College Avenue Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314-7796
(954) 262-5200 800-541-6682, ext. 25200
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Payment for tuition, fees, and other institutional charges is due in full at the time of registration. However, sometimes, students may need a little extra time to meet their financial obligations. The Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Payment Plan is a voluntary payment option designed to provide budgetary assistance in meeting a student’s semester education expenses. NSU students (excluding international students) who wish to defer payment for the semester, may request to enroll in an NSU Payment Plan. Students who request, but are ineligible for enrollment in, the NSU Payment Plan will receive a notification to their NSU email.
A student may request enrollment in a 4-month fall, a 4-month winter, a 3-month spring or summer only, or a 4-month fall/winter combination (8 month) payment plan. Each payment plan request must be submitted online prior to the deadlines published below and must be accompanied by a non-refundable, $75 enrollment fee. Requests from students who do not meet the payment plan enrollment requirements will be denied. It is, therefore, of utmost importance that students carefully review all payment plan information before submitting a request.
If a parent, guardian, or other person will be making payments on the student’s behalf, NSU requires that the person with the fiscal responsibility to make payments sign the Payment Plan Contract. The student is also required to submit a completed Authorization for Release of Information (ROI) form for the fiscally responsible person.
The amount to be deferred under the contract is calculated based on gross federal loan amounts. The student is responsible for paying any applicable loan fees. Information on loan fees is available on the financial aid website.
Students may defer payment for balances remaining on their account after all discounts, financial aid awards/resources, and other credits have been applied. The amount a student may defer under the NSU Payment Plan is based on the information available on the student’s account at the time the Office of the University Bursar creates the Payment Plan Contract.
The amount deferred is calculated as follows:
Estimated Costs–Funding Sources=Amount to be Deferred
Estimated costs include, but are not limited to, tuition, fees, insurance, housing, and meals. Funding sources may include grants, scholarships, loans, and other sources such as the Florida Prepaid College Plan.
The contract becomes valid and binding when
(1) the Office of the University Bursar receives the Payment Plan Contract signed by the student (and the fiscally responsible person, if applicable),
(2) all postdated payments in accordance with the payment plan schedule (checks or credit card authorizations) have been received,
(3) the first payment has cleared, and
(4) the student has a completed ROI form on file with Enrollment and Student Services (ESS) for the fiscally responsible person, if applicable.
Before submitting a request for enrollment in an NSU Payment Plan and submitting the $75, non-refundable enrollment fee, students must:
Before requesting enrollment in an NSU Payment Plan, students must ensure that they meet all enrollment requirements listed above. Each enrollment request must be accompanied by a $75, non-refundable enrollment fee to be paid online by credit card.
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