Making a Payment
Students must indicate their student ID number when payment is made by check, cash, or wire. Full payment is due by the statement due date provided but never any later than the first day of the term. Students with outstanding balances will not be cleared to register for the following term and will be subject to a late fee. Tuition payments must be paid online, through wire transfer, or mailed to Office of Student Financial Services, Franklin Pierce University, 40 University Drive, Rindge, N.H. 03461. Payment in the form of cash or check can also be accepted in person at the OSFS during normal business hours. Students are responsible for any and all collection fees and/or collection and attorney’s fees associated with defaulted financial obligations.
Outstanding Account Balances and Collections Policy
Payment and/or financing for all classes for which a student enrolls must be paid on the invoiced deadline, but no later than the first day of a given term. Accounts with outstanding balances of $75 (seventy-five U.S. dollars) or more will be assessed a late payment fee. Outstanding account balances not resolved within 90 days will be assessed a $100 collections fee for balances from $75-$199.99, and a $200 collections fee for balances from $200 and above. The student will be responsible for the full delinquent balance, including late fee, as well as collection agency fees (a charge up to 40% or more of the delinquent balance to cover collection fees), and reasonable attorney’s fees necessary for the collection of the delinquent account. Upon referral to a collection agency, the student must work to resolve their delinquent account directly with the collection agency. Referral to a collection agency may result in adverse credit reporting.
Senior Citizen Discount: $360 per credit
Only applies to the enrolled student, age 60+; may not be combined with other discounts or applied to matriculated programs. Student must work with the Registrar to confirm their senior citizen status.
Alumni Discount: $360 per credit
Only applies to the enrolled student; may not be combined with other discounts or applied to matriculated programs.