Holy Family University Payment Plan Options

Effective July 1, 2019

Payment Plans are the ability to pay for your tuition and fees over a period of time.

NOTE: Failure to pay an outstanding balance in full when due will result in a financial hold being placed on the student's account. A financial hold prohibits future registration, the release of grades, transcripts, and diplomas.

All delinquent balances must be satisfied in full to remove the financial hold. Holy Family University reserves the right to transfer delinquent accounts to a contracted collection agency and/or credit bureau.

HFU currently offers 2 payment plans via CashNet Payment Plan Services


Tuition Payment Plan Features:

  • No interest
  • Nominal enrollment fee for each semester payment plan. Once you are enrolled, HFU will be notified electronically.
  • No credit check or co-signer needs (this is NOT a loan).
  • Payment plans are only for the current semester, not prior due balances.

Payment Plan 1:

Full-Time Undergraduate 5-Month Payment Plan

  • For full-time undergraduate students (12 credits or more a semester)
  • 5-month, single semester payment plan beginning on July 1 for the Fall semester or November 1 for the Spring semester.
  • There is a $35 fee due at the time of registration for either plan.
  • Payment Plans are created via the Student Self Service Portal.

Payment Plan 2:

4-Month Payment Plan (Other than Full-Time Undergraduate)

  • 4-month, single semester payment plan beginning on August 1 for the Fall semester or January 1 for the Spring semester.
  • There is a $35 fee due at the time of registration for each of the plans.
  • Payment Plans are created via the Student Self Service Portal.

Summer Payment Plan

The Summer Payment Plan is available through the Office of Student Accounts.

Types of Payments

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Visa MasterCard, Discover, American Express (all credit and debit card processing is subject to a 2.75% convenience fee)
  • Electronic check via the Student Self Service Portal (no fee).

Account in Good Standing

  • The Office of Student Accounts will bill students approximately one month prior to the due date and start of classes in each semester. If a student registers after the due date, the initial installment payment is due at the time of registration.
  • Tuition and fees are payable in full at the beginning of each semester.
  • Students and their respective bill payers are expected to keep their payment plan in good standing with CashNet by paying in a timely manner.
  • Failure to make timely payment could result in registration holds on the student's account.
  • Students who experience multiple account terminations from the payment plan could have their access to the Payment Plan blocked for future semesters. If a student's account terminates for a semester, the student cannot enroll in another payment plan until the semester balance has been paid in full to Holy Family University.