The Student Accounts Office is dedicated to providing the best customer service as you pay your bill, receive your refund check and ask questions about financing your education at Greenville College.
Greenville College has partnered with CashNet to provide a more secure method of paying your bill online. With this partnership, there is a 2.75% processing fee added to every credit and debit card transaction.
Current Students have access to their student account 24 hours/day online through my.Greenville. Here students can view their account history, see charges for upcoming terms, pay their bill, etc. Parents can also log-in with their student's username and password
Fall 2013: August 12, 2013
Spring/Interterm 2014: January 13, 2014
For all other terms/programs, contact the Student Accounts Office.
Students must have an approved payment plan in place prior to being allowed to complete the current term's registration. The payment options are listed below:
1. Payment in Full
Payment is due in FULL prior to the beginning of each semester. Students can pay their bill ONLINE by logging in to my.Greenville and entering valid E-Check, or credit/debit card information. Greenville College accepts all major credit cards. A 2.75% processing fee will be added to every credit/debit transaction.
Greenville College also accepts cash, checks, and money orders by mail or in the office.
2. Tuition Management Systems (TMS)
TMS is a monthly payment plan that spreads payments for the semester's charges over a 5-month period. Payments are due on either the 1st or the 15th of the month, July - Nov, AND Dec. - April. The student/parent is responsible for contacting TMS to set up and maintain their payment plan. There is no interest charged on this plan. There is an enrollment fee charged by TMS each semester. TMS also offers a yearly payment plan.
For more information, contact: 1-800-722-4867, or click here.
3. Federal Parent (PLUS) Loans or Private Alternative Loans
For more information regarding either of the loans above, vist the Financial Aid-Loans page.
Students who do not pay their account in full by each semester/term due date will not be able to register until their account is fully paid or they have set up a payment plan with TMS. Students with delinquent accounts will not be able to pre-register for subsequent terms, receive copies of their transcripts, or receive diplomas until the College receives full payment.
The College reserves the right to assign any past due accounts to a collection agency. Further, the students agrees to pay any and all costs, including collection, attorney, and litigation costs incurred by the College in efforts to collect, should the student default on their account. In case of bankruptcy by the students, the student waives all access to transcripts, and diploma(s) until all amounts are paid to the College.
Traditional/UTEP students withdrawing from Greenville College prior to 60% of semester completion, will have charges and eligible financial aid pro-rated, effective the official date of withdrawal from the College. Students who withdraw beyond 60% of semester completion are responsible for full charges for the semester. Refunds of financial aid/cash paid will be issued to the qualifying student/parent within 30 days of the date of withdrawal. Prompt payment of any remaining charges is expected.
There is no provision for rebates to students for any "missed periods" in the semester.
Greenville College is required to provide students with a 1098-T Tax document each calendar year. We have partnered with ECSI to provide this service. For more information on tax benefits, you should contact your tax professional.
315 E. College Ave.
ATTN: Student Accounts Office
Greenville, IL 62246
Fax: (618) 664-7018
Office Location: Marston Hall, Room 102