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 2017||March 27 - May 15|
After May 15
Day of Registration
|Fall 2017||March 27 - August 7|
After August 7
Day of Registration
|Winter 2018||Nov 6 - December 11|
After December 11
Day of Registration
How to Remit Payment
Online – Payment in full or Monthly Payments
Students can pay in full or set up a monthly payment plan. At https://my.kirtland.edu log into your myKirtland account and select the student tab. Under the Account Detail window, click the submit button to view the tuition statement. At the bottom, click the red “Pay using Nelnet” link.
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.
Mailing a Payment
A check or money order can be made payable to Kirtland Community College and mailed to: Student Financial Services, 10775 N St Helen Rd, Roscommon, MI 48653. Please include the Student ID# on the payment. A $25.00 charge will be assessed for all NSF checks returned by the bank.
Payment is accepted at the Roscommon, Grayling, and Gaylord locations. Computers are available to enroll in a monthly installment plan and these payments must be processed electronically via a bank account or debit/credit card. We cannot process down payments for a plan at our offices. We accept cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
After your financial aid application has been reviewed and if you are offered aid, you will be notified via e-mail to log into Net Partner to accept the terms and conditions. Be sure to also accept the awards located in the Federal Awards tab. The award will appear on the tuition bill the next business day. If the award does 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.
Be sure to 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
If an employer wishes to pay for a student’s training, Kirtland will invoice the employer for tuition, fees, and textbooks. Please complete Kirtand’s Employer Tuition Assistance form. The form should be submitted prior to the payment due date or at the time of registration. For questions, please contact Kim Smith at 989-275-5000 ext. 238 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.