Billing & Payments
Our Student Accounts Office processes bills, works with collections, applies financial aid and issues refund checks.
Make a Payment
Initial enrollment deposits can be made by visiting this link.
Bills can be paid online through Self-Service (visit My PA College Portal > Self-Service Home > Student Finance). You may add authorized users to your account through the Make A Payment link in Self-Service if you would like others to make payments on your behalf. If you no longer have access to your Self-Service account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Checks should be made payable to Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. All checks must clearly indicate the student name and ID number. Payments can also be mailed to:
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
Attn: Cash Management
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster PA 17601
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is an e-billing institution. E-billing means that students receive their bills electronically. Students are notified via email when bills are posted in MyPortal. The due date is usually two weeks prior to the first day of the semester.
After the initial posting of bills for an academic year, charges, along with any changes done by Add/Drop actions are reflected immediately. Depending on when the student signs up for classes, billing may be available upon registration. Registering for classes means the student agrees to:
- Assume financial responsibility for any charges or fees as posted to their student account.
- Abide by the official College policies regarding withdrawal from the College.
- Assume the responsibility for understanding the College’s official policy concerning schedule changes and satisfactory academic progress, which may result in additional charges or the loss of eligibility for certain types of financial aid. It is considered the student’s responsibility to understand how these changes can affect their financial situation with regard to financial aid eligibility.
All accounts must be paid in full in order for students to enroll in succeeding terms or to receive copies of certificates, diplomas and transcripts. Failure to pay tuition bills in full may result in the use of a third-party collection agency. In this case, reasonable collection fees and a report of negative credit may apply.
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