Billing Services Policy
Tuition and fees are due on the first day of class unless alternative arrangements have been approved by the Methodist College Bursar. All charges and credits for each semester are consolidated into one account for each student.
- Fall tuition is due on or before the first day of class.
- Spring tuition is due on or before the first day of class.
- Summer tuition is due on or before the first day of class.
If any of these dates occur on a holiday, the payment will be due on the following business day.
All correspondence regarding billing will be handled electronically. It is the responsibility of the students to regularly check their email and CAMS portal to ensure their balances are being paid.
How to read your billing information on the CAMS Ledger.
Below are the general expectations for payment of your Tuition & Fees:
Billing fees will be assessed to students based on account status. To avoid ALL Billing Fees (Late Fees), tuition must be covered IN FULL by the first day of classes, or have a Payment Plan in place.
Your tuition and fee charges can be covered by any combination of:
- Personal payment
- Financial Aid (Loans/Grants)
- Workforce Development Career Voucher (such as Career Link, VA Benefits, etc.)
which are posted to or "Pending" on your CAMS account by the first day of class, depending on which session you are attending.
Any accounts with an open balance after the 30th day of classes will be charged a $50 late fee.
ADDITIONALLY, PLEASE NOTE: Any student with an unpaid balance may be dropped from their classes at the discretion of the College. As such, please keep in contact with the Bursar's Office if you begin to experience unexpected financial difficulties or extenuating circumstances that would prevent you from paying in a timely manner.
Please see this helpful link for more information on how to review your CAMS account.
Reading Your Ledger in CAMS (pdf)
If you need help calculating your payment obligations, please email email@example.com for a copy of your statement along with an explanation of what you owe and when.
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