​10-Month Payment Plan Application

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Student Information

Requirements

  • The student expects to pay fulltime undergradate, P5 or P6 tuition in BOTH Fall and Spring semesters
  • The guarantor must authorize automatic withdrawals from a checking or savings account to be withdrawn on July 7 and the first of each month, August through April. Credit or debit cards, as well as equity lines of credit cannot be accepted. It is the guarantor's responsibility to make sure the bank account accepts automatic deductions.
  • Items not calculated into the plan MUST be paid seperately and will not be automatically deducted from your bank account by the University. Review the student's Course and Fee Statement in MyFindlay for these charges.
  • The University of Findlay will formally reconcile the Ten Month Payment Plan once a year (end of November) to identify budget discrepancies. UF reserves the right to automatically adjust the plan if your budget discrepency is less than $500 for the remaining payments (January-April). If the budget discrepancy is more than $500, the student/guarantor will receive information about the necessary steps to adjust the plan. If no action is taken by the student/guarantor, the University may place a hold on the student account blocking future registration, transcripts, or processing of diplomas.
 

Guarantor's Information

What's Next?

  • A confirmation of the submitted application will be sent to the Email address provided above.
  • Pay the $125 non-refundable participation fee online.
  • The application will be processed within 7 days after the Business Office receives your submitted application and the $125 non-refundable participation fee.
  • The calculated plan and further instructions will be returned to the provided Email address for approval.

 NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JUNE 30, 2015

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Please contact the Student Accounts at 419-434-4690 or businessoffice@findlay.edu ​with any questions.