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Payment Options

Post University accepts, cash, check and credit cards for payment.



Monthly Payment Plan

In order to facilitate the payment of tuition charges, Post University offers students the option of setting up a monthly payment plan through our Office of Student Accounts. Once you have enrolled at Post University, your personal Tuition Planner will provide you with information on how to set up a payment plan.


ONline Account Access


Post University provides convenient online access to your student account, and allows you to pay your bill online. To view your account or make a payment online, go to https://commerce.cashnet.com/postepay .


Paying by Check


You may pay your bill using an Automated Clearing House (ACH) electronic check by clicking here.

You may mail a check to Post University. Please make all checks payable to Post University and send them to:

ADP Student Accounts
Post University
800 Country Club Road
P.O. Box 2540
Waterbury, CY 06723-2540


Paying by Credit Card

The following credit cards are accepted for payment: MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.

You may pay your bill online using a credit card by clicking here.

You also may pay with a credit card by calling 800.345.2562.


Paying in Cash


You may pay in cash in the Office of Student Finance on Post University's Waterbury campus.

ADP Office of Student Finance
Drubner Center, 2nd Floor
Post University
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, CY 06723-2540

For all questions concerning tuition, fees or payment arrangements please contact the Office of Student Finance by calling 800.345.2562.


LATE PAYMENTS

Students must pay their fees on or before the set due dates or they will be charged a late payment fee. If circumstances are such that payments cannot be made by the scheduled date, it is critical that the student contact the Office of Student Finance to make special payment arrangements. These arrangements must be agreed to in writing between the student and the Office of Student Accounts no later than one week prior to the payment due date. An account that is not current will result in (1) denial of registration for courses (2) withholding of transcripts and degrees and (3) assessment of a late fee.

If there are outstanding balances, students may not register for classes, receive grades, graduate, or receive transcripts of courses from the University until all amounts due the University or any affiliated organization have been paid. Any outstanding balances, along with all expenses, are subject to collection for as long as they are outstanding.

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