Tuition Payment Plan

  • Offered for the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters only
  • All tuition, program fees/differential tuition, mandatory fees and course fees are split into five (5) installments for Fall and Spring semester and two (2) installments for Summer semesters.
  • There is 30% installment fee paid of the total balance at the beginning of each semester to enter the Tuition Payment Plan agreement with the Bursar’s Office.
  • Students must enroll prior to the Tuition Payment Deadline to avoid the Late Payment Charge
  • Any credit that posts to the student account while enrolled in the Tuition Payment Plan will pay toward future installments until the balance is zero
  • Refer to the Terms and Conditions for complete details
  • If a student is not able to enroll in the payment plan, they may have a hold on their Tougaloo Student account and should contact the department which placed it to resolve the hold (Campus Health, Advising, etc.)

Tuition Payment Plan Terms and Conditions

  • I must enroll in Payment Plans by the first day of the semester to avoid late payment charges.
  • I am responsible for paying each of the five installments on time even if I do not receive a reminder notice.
  • It is my responsibility to verify my class schedule and student account for accuracy on the LOO.
  • Payment in full for each installment plus any other billed charges must be received by the payment deadline to avoid late charges.
  • Checks returned for non-payment will result in a $50 service charge. Two dishonored checks will result in future ineligibility for the plan.
  • Financial Aid is handled separately from the Payment Plan.
  • Should it become necessary for the College to retain an attorney or collection agency to secure payment of any amount due, I will be responsible for all collection costs and legal fees.
  • I am required to re-enroll each semester to participate in the Payment Plan.

Housing Withdrawal Policy

A student withdrawing from the residence hall within a specified period is entitled to a refund for room and board according to the pro-rated scale below. To be eligible for a refund, the student must properly withdraw from the residence hall. Students withdrawing or removed because of disciplinary action may forfeit the right to a refund. The date of withdrawal will be referred to as the date on which the Director of Residential Life is officially notified by the student with the submission of the completed Residence Hall Withdrawal Form. Refunds will be based on fees actually paid as of the withdrawal date. Refunds should not be expected until four weeks after the official date of withdrawal.

Segment of Semester (Fall and Spring)

Refund

Withdrawal within the First week of classes

65%

Withdrawal within the Second week of classes

50%

Withdrawal within the Third week of classes

30%

Withdrawal after the Third week of classes

No Refund

Segment of Semester (Summer)

Refund

Withdrawal within the First day of classes

65%

Withdrawal within the Second day of classes

50%

Withdrawal within the Third day of classes

30%

Withdrawal after the Third day of classes

No Refund

Single Room Policy

Students may apply for a single/private room after the residence hall adjustment period. All students who choose to reside in a private room will be charged an additional $400.00 per semester. Students who choose not to have a single room will be consolidated. If you desire to remain in a single occupancy room, you will be charged per semester. Fees are subject to change by the Administration without notice.

Bookstore Voucher Policy

The College will allow students with sufficient financial aid to receive a book voucher to purchase only books from the College Store. Book Vouchers are issued in increments of $25.00 with a minimum of $100.00 and a maximum of $650.00. Institutional Scholars who receive full Presidential Scholarship or Full Athletic Scholarships are only eligible for $150.00 each semester. This amount will be billed to the students account. Once the voucher has been issued, the entire voucher amount must be used in the bookstore, as no refunds will be posted to the student account. If there is a remaining credit balance, the student can request a gift card from the bookstore that will allow the credit balance to be used at a later date.