Payment Options

Payment of tuition and fees is due upon registering for classes. Students should be prepared to pay their account at Official Registration.

Payments may be made using: cash, personal check, cashier’s check, money order, debit card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, or pay online.

All accounts not settled before the end of Official Registration and the first day of the semester will be assessed late registration fees (see Catalog for rates and dates).


Payment Options

Payment in full.  Payments may be made using: cash, personal check, cashier’s check, money order, debit card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa, or pay online.

Criswell College Payment Plan. A payment plan is available for the fall and spring terms only. Plans have a service fee and are for one semester. The first month’s payment and service fee are due at registration. The other three payments are due on the 18th of September, October and November for the Fall term and the 18th of February, March and April for the Spring term. Contracts must be paid in full before the end of the semester. Late fees are assessed for payments five calendar days late and will recur each month until payment is received. Students will not be allowed to register with any financial obligation owed to the College. Contact the Business Office to request a payment plan or with any questions.

Federal Student Loans. Federal student loans may be available to qualified students. Contact Financial Aid or see the Financial Aid page for applications and more information. 

Employer Tuition Reimbursement. Tuition reimbursement may be available through the student’s employer as an employee benefit. Students should contact the Human Resources department at their place of employment for more information. Students must pay Criswell in full. Students will be reimbursed directly by their employer. In no case will Criswell College allow a student to complete registration and attend courses without paying while waiting for tuition reimbursement from the employer.

Private Loans. Private loans may be available through the student’s bank or credit union. Private loans are not student loans, and payments are non-deferrable. Students should contact their personal banking institution for more information.

Delinquent Accounts: The student is responsible for the complete and timely payment of his/her account. The student’s account must be paid in full by the end of each term.  Students with unpaid balances will incur penalties which include late fees, grades withheld, future enrollment refused, financial aid eligibility removed, payment plan eligibility removed, student services access restricted or denied, transcripts withheld, graduation denied, and/or other disciplinary actions taken.

For payment plan requests or other questions regarding payment or student accounts, contact:

Donna Ward
Administrator of Student Accounts

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