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Payment is due at the beginning of the semester. The bill for both fall and spring semesters will include, but is not limited to: tuition, room, meal plan, Student Association fee, course fees, music lessons, and parking permits (if applicable). Students are responsible for payment reaching the Business Office when due, regardless of the source of payment.
Full Payment for Fall Semester is due on the first day of classes.
Full payment for Interim/Spring Semester is due on January 15th.
Full payment for Summer School is due on the first day of classes.
Yes, Bethel offers a Semester Payment Plan. This payment plan option is offered ONLY to College of Arts & Sciences students. For details about the Semester Payment Plan read through our payment plan option.
Yes, students can pay online through Blink > Student Services tab > My Bethel Account > Make a Payment. This will take you to the Touchnet/Bill-Pay site. Click "Make a Payment" and follow the prompts.
Around the 17th of each month, an email will be sent to every student's Bethel email address alerting them that the Bethel University Online Monthly Statement is available to view, with access instructions. Monthly statements will not be mailed to the home address. Students are responsible to forward monthly statement information to parents or others who are helping to pay their bill.
A student can authorize a parent, spouse, or another person to view their account, enroll in a Semester Payment Plan and/or make online payments. Visit Authorized Users for further instructions.
Yes, students may request a refund of a credit balance on their student account after the end of the "drop-add" period. Submit your formal request to the Business Office. If there is a PLUS (parent) loan on the account, the Business Office will need permission from the parent for the student to receive the credit balance.
When full payment has not been received, a transcript hold is placed on the student account. A transcript hold will prevent an official transcript from being printed by the Office of the Registrar.
Registration for classes in succeeding terms is dependent on full payment of the previous term's expenses. A student whose account is in arrears will have a registration hold on the account and will not be permitted to register for the subsequent term.