Tuition Payment Plan
Montclair State University offers payment plans through Higher One. Students can enroll for 1 semester at a time. This plan is interest free and available for a modest fee. Enrollment is available for a limited time. This is NOT a loan. To avoid a late fee please refer to our Payment Deadlines so you may plan accordingly.
Past due balances may not be included as part of the plan. The University will cancel these payment plans.
Spring 2016 Payment Plan:
Higher One Payment plans for spring 2016 will begin November 01, 2015. Official spring bills will be available November 24th. Payment plans may be established using an approximate cost of attendance using the Tuition and Fees Chart once the official bill is posted on WESS in August, please ensure your budget is accurate and updated if deemed necessary.
Choose your payment plan from the list below:
This plan(s) below requires that the first payment be made upon enrollment
- 5 Month payment plan begins November 01st
- 4 Month payment plan begins December 01st
- 3 Month payment plan begins January 01st
- 2 Month payment plan begins February 01st
- Final Payment due by March 01st
Log into WESS, Select Account Summary & Pay Online and Select “Pay Using Higher One”
- Go to the Higher One website at https://tuitionpaymentplan.com/msu
- Call and speak to a TuitionPay consultant by calling (800) 635-0120
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once a payment plan is established, you must make payment directly through Higher One. Do not make payments directly to MSU unless your plan was canceled or terminated.
If you choose to enroll in a payment plan, it is the student’s responsibility to check his/her MSU WESS student account.
If your payment plan account is under-budget, a registration and transcript hold will be placed onto your account which may prevent registration and/or release of your transcript.
If at any time you have new charges posted to your account, such as fines, tuition, room and board, etc., you must contact Higher One (1-800-635-0120) and adjust your budget.
If a payment is not made by the due date, Higher One will terminate your account. You will then be responsible for paying MSU in full.