Undergraduate Student Payment Plans

PSU is currently working to provide students and their families with the best payment plan options possible.  When details are finalized this page will be updated with information for the 2017-18 academic year.  We hope to have this information by late May; watch this page and your PSU email for more information as it becomes available!


PSU offers payment plans to undergraduate students in a degree or certificate program.

Key Features of monthly payment plans:        

  • Plans are interest free.
  • Payment options – pay online, by phone, mail, or set up automatic ACH payments. Pay by electronic or paper check, or debit/credit card (convenience charge will apply).
  • Adjustable – amount paid through the plan can be adjusted to accommodate changes such as receiving an unexpected scholarship or choosing to use less in loans. Please see the section below regarding how to make changes.

To Enroll and Manage Your Account:

  1. Enroll and register online to view your plan, make online payments and budget adjustments.
  2. Monitor your PSU online bill to be sure it is covered in full and make adjustments as needed to ensure you do not overpay or underpay. Adjust your plan online or by phone. Payment plans are not automatically adjusted due to changes in the student’s online bill; it is the payer’s responsibility to make adjustments.
2016-17 Plan Options* Fee Sign-up Opens 4:00pm Sign-up Ends 4:00pm Payments Due the 10th of these months:
Fall Plans:
6-pay $40 March 31, 2016 May 20, 4:00pm May – October, 2016
5-pay $40 March 31, 2016 June 20, 4:00pm June – October, 2016
4-pay $40 June 20, 2016 TBD** July – October, 2016
Spring Plans:
6-pay $40 Sept 30, 2016 Nov 18, 4:00pm Nov, 2016 – April, 2017
5-pay $40 Sept 30, 2016 Dec 16, 4:00pm Dec, 2016 – April, 2017

*Please note:  PSU reserves the right to cancel any payment plan category or individual payment plan.

** To be determined.


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