Billing & Payment Information
Fall 2018 Billing Due Date:July 26, 2019
Terms of Payment
Grace College & Seminary offers the following payment options to students:
Payment in Full
The Business Office accepts payment through the form of cash, check(s) made payable to Grace Schools and credit cards (Visa, Discover, or MasterCard). EFT or credit card payments can be made at the Student Activity Center by clicking on the following link: grace.afford.com.
The Business Office offers an affordable approach to paying for each semester’s balance. Students or parents can enroll in a semester monthly payment plan in the Student Account Center by clicking on the following link: grace.afford.com. Payment plans are offered for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Employer Tuition Payment/Reimbursement Plan
Students who qualify for tuition payment/reimbursement through their employer can submit the Employer Tuition Payment/Reimbursement form to the Business Office. This allows students to pay their tuition after each course is completed. The Employer Tuition Payment/Reimbursement Form can be found under Business Office Student Forms on the portal.
Responsibility for Payment
Each student is required to sign and return a Credit Agreement Form to the Business Office. This form states that the student agrees to their responsibility of their account and can be found under Business Office Student Forms on the portal.
All charges for the current semester and any unpaid prior charges are due in full by the semester due date. Balances not paid by the due date are considered past due. Any student account with a past due balance will be placed on hold until the balance is paid. A Business Office hold will prevent students from registering for classes, viewing grades, receiving a diploma or requesting a transcript. Finance charges of 1.5% (18% annually) will be charged monthly on any past due balances. Please note that any student contracted with Tuition Management Systems or receiving employer tuition reimbursement will not incur finance charges.