Payment Plans

UNC Charlotte offers a payment plan to help you split up your payments into smaller installments.


Payment Plans - 3 Installments

  • You may enroll in our payment plan each Fall, Spring, and/or Summer term. You must enroll during the enrollment period of the current term as shown in the chart below.
     
  • Payment plans spread out your tuition and fees, on-campus housing and dining, and other charges billed to your student account into three smaller payments. 
     
  • UNC Charlotte Payment Plans are based on estimated charges; therefore please visit the following web sites to assist you in determining these estimates:

  • Enrollment Fees:

    • A $55 non-refundable enrollment fee is due at time of enrollment for each term (Fall and Spring).

    • A $27.50 non-refundable enrollment fee is due at the time of enrollment for each Summer term (Summer I and Summer II). 

  • 10% Down Payment Required

    • A 10% down payment is required at the time of enrollment for each term that you set up a payment plan.

Dates to enroll in plan      

July 11 - Aug 15

1st Installment Due Date     

Sept 1, 2018

2nd Installment Due Date   

Oct 1, 2018

3rd Installment Due Date 

Nov 1, 2018

Dates to enroll in plan      

May 17, 2018 - May 22, 2018

1st Installment Due Date     

Saturday, May 25, 2018

2nd Installment Due Date   

Friday, June 8, 2018

3rd Installment Due Date 

Friday, June 22, 2018

Dates to enroll in plan      

June 28 - July 6

1st Installment Due Date     

Monday, July 9, 2018

2nd Installment Due Date   

Monday, July 23, 2018

3rd Installment Due Date 

Monday, August 6, 2018

If you do not know the actual charges, click on the links listed above to assist you in planning your own budget. Please remember that your actual expenses will vary based on your enrollment and your housing and dining choices.

Follow these instructions to enroll:

  1. Log in to my.uncc.edu.

  2. Click the View Account & Statements button in the My Student Account block

  3. Click the Payment Plans tab then follow instructions on the screen.

  • Only direct charges billed on your account (tuition & fees, housing, dining, health insurance premium, etc.) should be included in the payment plan budget. Charges for parking, books, 49er Card, off campus expenses, etc. should not be included.

  • If you schedule your installment payments when you enrolled in your payment plan, please remember that the system will automatically process these transactions on the due date. 

  • If you make a “manual/additional” payment, it will be processed along with the scheduled installment payment. 

  • Please check your monthly eBill for any charges that have not been included in your payment plan and contact us to adjust any remaining installments to include these charges and prevent a registration hold.

  • If you withdraw from the University (drop all your classes) or change your course load, and the amount of your installment payments exceeds your current charges, you will receive a refund.

  • If you need a payment plan adjustment, email studentaccounts@uncc.edu.

  • A registration hold will be placed on student accounts that are not paid each month on the installment due date.

    • Students whose student account is not paid in full or in good standing on a Tuition Payment Plan may have a financial hold placed against their records, registration and graduation.
       

  • When using a Debit Card as a form of payment, remember to select “credit” as the payment type.  Checking is used only when making an ACH electronic payment (eCheck).
     

  • Contact your Financial Institution prior to using certain savings accounts for ACH electronic (eCheck) payments.  Account types, such as Money Market, vacation, or savings accounts may be classified as “NON TRANSACTION” accounts and cannot be used for ACH electronic (eCheck) payments.  Payments returned to the University unpaid by these accounts will be accessed a $25.00 returned service charge.
     

  • Reminder emails are system generated and before taking any action please review your student account activity to determine if the information in the reminder email is valid.