Paying My Bill
- July 15, 2013 – Fall 2013 payment deadline
- December 16, 2013 – Spring 2014 payment deadline
Tuition and Housing Payment & Financing Options
Pay by check or money order payable to The King’s College for the exact
amount of the bill. Please include the student’s full name and College ID
number on the check or money order. Payments must be received by the
designated due date.
Mail Payments to:
The King’s College
Attn: Bursar’s Office
New York, NY 10004
Make a payment in person in the Bursar’s Office, located on the 6th floor of
56 Broadway. Bursar’s Office hours are Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm. If you
have any questions regarding your bill or payment in addition to dropping
off your payment, please email Bursar@tkc.edu to set up an appointment.
You may make an electronic funds transfer (EFT) from a bank account or a
credit card payment by going to the College’s Payment Gateway at
tkc.afford.com or calling 800-356-8329. Click on ‘Make a one-time payment’
to pay in full.
Tuition Management Systems Monthly Payment Plans
The King’s College provides monthly payment plans through Tuition Management
Systems (TMS) to help families manage payment of bills with minimal
borrowing. These plans allow families to spread their payments over the
course of the academic year. A typical plan would consist of ten monthly
payments from July through April. A small enrollment fee is required to
participate in the program. Arrangements must be made to enroll in a TMS
plan by the payment due date for the respective semester. Visit
tkc.afford.com or call 800-356-8329 for more information.
Only completed Financial Aid awards will appear on your bill. If there is a
discrepancy or aid is missing, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at
212-659-7200 ext. 3400. Balances not covered by financial aid must be paid
by the designated due dates. In the event that the aid is received after
payment has been made, a refund will be issued according to financial aid
regulations and based on the existing credit on account. For additional
information regarding refunds: Withdrawal and Refund
Additional Notes Regarding Payment
Personal checks are accepted as payment of tuition and fees. A charge of $30
is assessed for each check returned unpaid by the bank. The College reserves
the right to exclude the use of personal checks and may require payment by
certified check or money order if an account is more than 90 days in
Students in arrears to the College may not obtain academic transcripts
nor be permitted to register for additional semesters until all prior
balances are paid in full. Payments received for new enrollments will be
applied to any outstanding balance due.
Delinquency of outstanding balances, including those from payment plans,
or financial aid reductions, are subject to collection by the College or its
designated agents. There is no statute of limitations for outstanding
financial obligations to the College. Student accounts that are sent to
collection agency are subject to additional collection costs.
Any outstanding balances, including tuition, fees and interest
remaining at the end of a semester will result in final grades being
withheld. All balances must be cleared in order to register for the
following semester or to receive a transcript. Diplomas will be withheld
from graduating students until the balances are cleared.