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Payment Due Dates and Options

Upon registration, it is the ultimate responsibility of the student to pay tuition, fees, and other debts incurred at Kirtland. Payment must be received in the Student Financial Services Office by the appropriate due dates listed below in order to remain registered in classes. Otherwise, the registration will be canceled without further notice.

Payment Due Dates

Semester
Students Registering
Payment for Tuition & Fees is due by
Summer 2014March 31-May 5
After May 5
May 5
Day of Registration
Fall 2014March 31-August 4
After August 4
August 4
Day of Registration
Winter 2015November 3-December 15
After December 15
December 15
Day of Registration

Where to Make Payment:

Kirtland Community College          OR              M-TEC at Kirtland-Gaylord
Student Financial Services                                60 Livingston Blvd.
10775 North St. Helen Road                              Gaylord, MI  49735
Roscommon, MI  48653

Methods of Payment

Cash, Check, Money Order

Payment may be made in person at the Student Financial Services office located in the Administration Center on the central, Roscommon campus or at the front office of the M-TEC Gaylord site. Cash should not be sent through the mail. A $25.00 charge will be assessed for all NSF checks returned by the bank.

VISA, MasterCard, Discover

You have the option of paying via telephone by calling (989) 275-5000, ext. 257 during regular business hours. You may pay any time of day by using myKirtland. Click the Sign In option in top right corner of our homepage. Select myKirtland. After logging in, click on the student tab. Go to the account detail window, verify the semester, click the submit button and select the e-Cashier icon at the bottom of the page. American Express and payment via a checking or savings is also accepted by paying on-line.

Automatic Payment Plan

Kirtland has partnered with Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS) to administer our payment plans for students. This plan enables you to make interest-free payments for tuition and fees via auto debit from a checking or savings account, VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. By registering early, tuition and fees can be budgeted up to five months per semester. There is an application fee of $30 per semester.

Once you are registered for classes, an online application will need to be submitted by 6:30 p.m. of the payment due date. To apply, log onto myKirtland. After logging in with the student ID and Password, click on the Student tab. Go to the Account Detail/e-Cashier window, verify the semester, and click submit. Next, click the e-Cashier icon at the very bottom of the page and follow the on screen instructions. Once the application is submitted, you will receive an e-mail from NBS verifying the agreement. More information about this plan is available at http://www.kirtland.edu/paying-for-college/e-cashier-automatic-payment-plan.

Financial Aid/Loans/Scholarships

After your financial aid application has been reviewed and if you are offered aid, you will be notified to log into Net Partner to accept the terms and conditions. Be sure to also accept the awards located in the Federal Awards tab in order for any financial aid to be applied to the tuition bill. If the awards do not cover the balance in full, you are responsible for paying the difference by the due date.

If a FAFSA application has been filed but the award does not appear on the tuition bill by the due date, be prepared to pay at that time in order to remain registered for classes. You will be reimbursed if the award is greater than the account balance and once the funds have been disbursed to the College. Funding arrives and direct deposits are issued for the unused portion of financial aid between five and ten weeks after the start of the semester.  Sign up for direct deposit by logging into myKirtland. Click on the Student Tab. On the right-hand side in the Account Detail pane, click on the red link Direct Deposit for Student Refunds.

Employer or Sponsoring Agency

Kirtland can invoice an employer or sponsoring agency for a student’s tuition, fees, and textbooks.

Student Financial Services will need a signed authorization or letter indicating the student’s name and the authorized fees the sponsor is willing to pay. The student will be responsible for tuition and fees not paid by the sponsor and must have all paperwork submitted prior to the payment due date or at the time of registration. Written authorizations need to be submitted each semester.