Paying Your Bill
Navigate the financial aspects of your educational journey.
About Student Financial Services
We know that the financial aspects of your educational journey can be complicated. We are here to help you understand your statement, know when your balance is due, and access your payment options. For information on scholarships, grants, and other aid, see our page on Financial Aid.
Student Financial Services Deadlines
By the stated deadlines, you are responsible to pay in full any balance not covered by a payment plan or properly documented scholarship, grant, or student loan.
Fall 2020 Balance Due
July 15, 2020
Spring 2021 Balance Due
December 15, 2020
Tuition and Costs
See the breakdown of tuition pricing, student fees, and housing expenses. After scholarships and grants, you’ll only pay a portion of these numbers: 100% of King’s students receive some form of financial aid.
Ways to Pay
Pay your bill with a one-time payment or an interest-free monthly payment plan. You can also supplement your family contribution with one of our loan options.
There are several ways you can make a one-time payment:
- Make a one-time payment via electronic funds transfer or credit card (fees apply).
- Pay in person by visiting the Bursar’s Office at our campus at 56 Broadway, 6th Floor (our hours are M-F 9am-5pm).
- Mail us a check or money order. On the front, please include the student’s full name and student ID number, which you can on the landing page when you sign into the Student Account Center.
The King’s College
Attn: Student Billing
New York, NY 10004
To prevent late fees, make sure we receive payment by the deadlines above.
Through an interest-free payment plan, you can pay your semester’s bill in installments over 4, 5, or 6 months (an enrollment fee applies, and credit card payments will incur additional fees). Set up your plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) online or at 800-352-7094.
To prevent late fees, you must enroll in your TMS plan by the payment deadlines above.
You can use a Stafford Loan to cover your balance. These loans are in the student’s name and don’t require a cosigner. First, you’ll need to complete entrance counseling and fill out the Master Promissory Note. Then, accept your subsidized and unsubsidized loans in your Student Portal. For more instructions, see our step-by-step Stafford Loan Instructions.
You can use a Direct Parent PLUS Loan to cover your balance as well as indirect expenses up to the total cost of attendance, pending credit approval. If the parent’s loan application is denied, the student may borrow an additional $4,000 in their unsubsidized Stafford loan. Apply at studentloans.gov. For more instructions, see our step-by-step Parent PLUS Loan Instructions.
If you’ve set aside funds for college in a 529 Plan, you should contact your Plan to initiate the payment process. Your 529 Plan may receive a copy of your statement so that they can verify enrollment.
You can also explore private lenders using Elm Select, a loan comparison tool. Students or parents may take out a private loan. If you are a student, you will need a cosigner with good credit.
Please reach out if you have questions about student billing, payments, and financial aid. If you would like to meet in person, email us to schedule an appointment (our hours are M-F 9am-5pm).