e-Cashier Payment Plan
Students can pay Navarro College tuition in full or in installments online with e-Cashier. (Second eight-week classes not included in original registration require payment in full.) Participants can choose from two payment options: automatic bank payment (ACH) or credit/debit card.
e-Cashier payment advantages include:
• Easy online enrollment
• Monthly payment plan
• Flexible payment options
• No interest
To enroll, read the following terms and then click the link near the bottom of this page to access the FACTS Tuition Management Web site.
If you choose to enroll in a payment plan with FACTS Tuition Management, you need to be aware of the following before proceeding to the online payment processing page:
- You will be responsible for the full amount of the tuition deferred unless you officially drop and/or withdraw within the refund period (stated in the schedule of classes).
- Failure to attend classes or withdrawing does not constitute an official drop. You will still be responsible for the full amount of tuition and fees.
- Any financial aid (Pell grant, SEOG scholarship, etc.) that is subsequently awarded will be applied toward any remaining deferred amount before you will receive any financial aid proceeds (rebate check).
- If you add courses or incur any additional charges, you must pay those additional charges in full by the due date on the tuition statement. You may make full payment of these additional charges on the web through e-cashier or in person at the cashier’s office. These additional charges will not be automatically added to your payment plan.
- For Payment Plans, a $25 per semester, non-refundable FACTS enrollment fee will be immediately deducted from your account.
- For the Full Payment option, a $2 per transaction, non-refundable FACTS processing fee will be immediately deducted from your account.
- For any changes to your payment plan, you must contact Navarro College 10 calendar days before a scheduled payment date.
- At the end of the semester, the college may refer outstanding accounts to collection agencies. The responsible party will be liable for reasonable collection costs, including attorney’s fees, court costs and collection fees.
- A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees by the due date, including any incidental late fees, may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is received. A student who fails to make payment prior to the end of the semester may be denied credit for the course work that semester.
- Failure to pay by final due date will result in a $50 reinstatement fee.