Third Party Billing
Using the Florida Prepaid College Plan at NSU
Nova Southeastern University accepts and bills the Florida Prepaid College Plan for tuition, fees, and costs for on-campus housing. These plans, however, are based on the tuition rates of the tax-assisted Florida public colleges and universities, whereas NSU is a privately owned not-for-profit institution. The difference between NSU tuition, fees, and on-campus housing costs and the allocations through the Florida Prepaid College Plan is the sole responsibility of the student. If a student is on the unrestricted plan, the student must designate a dollar amount for up to the cost of tuition and fees.
Students new to NSU must contact Florida Prepaid at 800-552-GRAD to authorize NSU for payment. Additionally, each semester, the student must submit a copy of the front and back of the ID card with a signed statement indicating the number of credits or the amount to be invoiced.
To learn more about the plan, visit the Florida Prepaid College Plan website.
Employer Tuition Assistance Plans
Undergraduate students participating in employer tuition assistance programs who wish to defer tuition payment need to submit a letter of eligibility, a purchase order from their employer, or details of the program from the employer's human resources office or the company Web site. They must also provide postdated payments (checks or credit card authorizations) for the amount of tuition. Payment of tuition only (not fees), may then be deferred for five weeks after course completion. A $75 deferment fee is charged for this service and must be paid at registration, along with all other fees. Students must notify the Office of Student Financial Assistance if they are participating in the Employer Tuition Assistance Plan. Graduate students should inquire with their program office regarding any employer tuition assistance deferment plans.
Any payment plan or tuition assistance plan elected by a student pertains only to tuition and fee charges that exceed any financial aid due to the student.