Payment Options

Discover the various ways students can make payments at PA College.

You have several ways in which you can make a payment to your student account.

Pay in Person

You can drop off a check payment at the Admissions and Student Services Suite on the first floor of the Stoudt Building during normal business hours.  After hours, including weekends, checks can be deposited in the dropbox across from Starbucks in the Commons Café in the Cooper Building.  Be sure to clearly indicate your name and student ID number (the number on the back of your College badge) on your check!

Please note: Cash and credit card payments are not accepted in person.

Pay by Mail

You can send a check payment through the mail directly to:

Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
Attn: Cash Management
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster, PA 17601

Be sure to clearly indicate your name and student ID number (the number on the back of your College badge) on your check!  Do not send cash through the mail.

Pay Online

You can also make a payment anywhere you can connect to the internet by using an e-check or credit/debit card.  Online payments are subject to a convenience fee which will be presented to you before you submit your payment.  In addition to an electronic check, the acceptable forms of payment include Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

To make an online payment, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to Self-Service
  2. Click on “Student Finance”
  3. Select “Make a Payment” on the right-hand side
  4. Check the balance/semester you wish to pay
    • After choosing the semester, you can adjust the amount on the right if you cannot make the full payment
  5. Choose your payment method at the top of the page
  6. Select “Proceed to Payment”
  7. Follow the prompts to complete your payment

Payment Plans

PA College of Health Sciences offers a tuition payment plan for you to pay your tuition bill. The tuition payment plan is an interest-free option to spread your tuition bill payment over several months. The plan will allow you to break down your tuition bill into easy-to-manage installments. Although the payment plan is interest free, there is a $25 non-refundable, set-up fee. To review and set up the payment plan, please follow: PA College Payment Plan.

Eligibility

You must be paid in full of prior past due balance(s) to have eligibility for the PA College Payment Plan. If you have a past due balance on your account, you will be ineligible to utilize the Payment Plan until the past due balance(s) have been paid in full. The PA College Payment Plan cannot be used to pay for a past due balance. If you have a past due balance on your account and need assistance, please stop by or contact Student Financial Services.

The College will review the payment and account history of each student requesting a payment plan. The College reserves the right to reject a payment plan request if the student has prior history of non/delinquent payment.

Manage your Payment Plan

Once you have set-up your payment plan, you can manage, review, and submit your payments through Self-Service by following these steps:

  1. Log in to Self-Service
  2. Click on “Student Finance”
  3. Choose the appropriate semester

Financial Aid, including Tuition Assistance and Veteran Education Benefits

Learn More About Your Financial Aid

529 Plan

529 Plans are offered to help students and families save for education. These plans are tax-advantaged and are authorized by Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code. The state of Pennsylvania offers two types of 529 Plans- Guaranteed Savings Plan and an Investment Plan.

Guaranteed Savings Plan

These plans allow participants to pre-purchase future tuition at a predetermined rate today. Contact your plan administrator for instructions on accessing the funds in your plan. If you must submit a copy of your Tuition Statement, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to Self-Service
  2. Click on “Student Finance”
  3. Choose the appropriate semester
  4. Select “View Statement” on the right-hand side

Investment Plan

College savings plans are different in that your account earnings are based upon the market performance of the underlying investments, which typically consist of mutual funds. Savings plans may only be administered by states.

Important Links/Information

Pennsylvania 529 Plan