If you applied for financial aid late or it is not appearing on your student account, you will be automatically placed on the installment plan. You will be charged the appropriate fees if your balance is not paid in full by the tuition due date.
To avoid any fees on your student account and being placed on the installment plan, you must ensure you apply for financial aid early. Check your NKU email daily and have all financial aid requirements completed (including any items chosen for verification) by the due date below for the semester. You may also pay the balance due out of pocket by the due date and reimburse yourself via refund when your financial aid is applied to your semester balance. Questions regarding financial aid issues can be addressed by contacting Student Financial Assistance at 859-572-5143.
The University offers a 50/25/25 installment plan payment option.
If your account balance (tuition, housing, fees, etc.) is not paid in FULL by January 14th (for spring), you will automatically be placed into the payment plan option and your account will be charged a:
Spring Installment Plan Dates:
Accelerated Program Students - All accelerated online program tuition and fees are due at the beginning of the FIRST SESSION for all courses registered for that semester. Full payment must be received by the due date or your classes will be dropped for non-payment. Due to the short nature of each session, no payment plan is available.
* Financial Aid can count as all or part of your payment.
If the initial payment (50%) is not made, then you are subject to the university's cancellation for non-payment policy. Your account must be paid in full by the close of business on that final payment due date. Registration and Transcript holds are put on all accounts with a balance after the initial due date.
You will receive account statements in your NKU email each month detailing your account activity. There will be no paper billings sent by the office.
You are encouraged to monitor and pay your account online thru myNKU.
You will receive Past Due Notices. However, if you utilize this payment schedule described above, you will avoid class cancellation and reduce maintenance fee assessments.