Transylvania University offers two payment options: a pay-in-full plan and a 12-month plan. Students must select their payment plan by June 1 by logging into TNet and clicking Payment Options Form.
Failure to meet an installment that is due automatically cancels the privilege of class attendance.
No diploma, certificate, transcript, term grade report, letter of honorable dismissal, or letter of recommendation will be granted to a student who has indebtedness to the university.
A student who has any indebtedness to the university will not be permitted to complete enrollment for the following term's classes.
Pay in Full Plan
- The net balance is due on or before August 1 for fall term and January 1 for winter term.
- Select this plan if your total net balance is covered by financial aid, scholarships, or third party payments.
12 Month Payment Plan
- The net balance of each term’s charges are divided into six monthly installments, due on the first of each month.
- Payments made from July 1 through December 1 cover fall term expenses.
- Payments made from January 1 through June 1 cover winter term expenses.
- An additional $50 processing fee is charged per term.
- This plan is contingent on your account remaining current. Failure to pay on time may cancel the payment plan privilege, and your net balance will become due in full immediately.
You must complete the payment options form on TNet by June 1 before the beginning of the academic year. If you do not complete the payment options form you will be automatically placed on the pay-in-full plan.
You must make payments as scheduled to avoid a late payment charge of $20 per month and to avoid having a hold placed on your account.
If you have questions, please contact the student accounting office. Our hours are 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.
Phone: (859) 233-8150
Fax: (859) 281-3506
300 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508
Student Accounting Office
The student accounting office establishes billing once a student has registered for classes. Financial aid will be credited to a full-time student’s account after the student signs and returns the financial aid award letter to the financial aid office.
The student accounting office will place holds on unpaid and past-due student accounts. Holds restrict students' access to diplomas, certificates, grade reports, transcripts, and registration for new classes.
To learn more, see payment information for parents.