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Payment Plans


  • Log in to MyFIT
  • Click on STUDENT
  • Click on MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN, fill in form to enroll

Five Installment Payment Plan

  • Pay tuition and allowable fees in five monthly interest free installments
  • Automatic bill adjustments
  • Email reminders for payment due dates and account changes


  • Matriculated or degree student
  • Minimum account balance of $500
  • Enrolled in fall or spring semester
  • No past due balances on any account
  • U.S. residents only 

There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 due at the time of enrollment.  The first installment is due on August 1 (fall semester) and January 1 (spring semester).  Subsequent installment payments are due on the 1st day of the following months.

Two Installment Payment Plan

For the Fall 2018 semester the Office of the Bursar will be offering a two installment payment plan to all students currently enrolled in the college with a minimum balance of $300.00. The first installment payment is due by the tuition payment date August 1, 2019. The second and final installment payment is due on September 15, 2019. Please be advised enrollment in this plan requires you to schedule your payments to be processed automatically on the payment due dates.


  • Open to all students
  • Minimum account balance of $300
  • Enrolled in spring or fall semester
  • No past due balances on any account

There is a non-refundable fee of $30.00 due at the time of enrollment. The first installment is due on August 1, 2019.

Installment amounts may change for any new charges, payments or financial aid adjustments. Fees such as fines, graduation, ID cards, locker and transcript fees may not be included in your budget. You are responsible for any charges not included in your budget.

Failure to meet the terms of your agreement may result in additional late payment fees plus interest charges on your remaining balance. A hold will be placed on your student account and/or deny future enrollment in any payment plan. If your balance remains outstanding your account will be placed with a collection agency and you will be responsible for any additional collection costs.