There is no one right way to pay for an education—each family situation is unique. Most families use a combination of payment options.
The options listed below may be used individually or in combination. If you would like assistance determining the best option for your family, please
contact our office and your counselor will discuss your options with you. The Fall 2015 bill payment is due by August 5, 2015, and the Spring 2016 bill payment is due by December 16, 2015. Tuition bills are mailed in June for returning students and in early July for incoming students. Accounts that are paid late will be delinquent and charged a late fee.
Checks, ACH + Wire Transfers
E-Checks + Personal Checks Online Automated Clearing House (ACH) e-check payments may be made via Online Academic Resources (OAR) on MySaints using your student login, or at www.afford.com/emmanuel using the option "Make a One-Time Payment" (student login not required). There is no fee charged for paying online with an e-check.
Checks may also be made payable to
Emmanuel College and mailed to:
Office of Student Financial Services 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115
A fee of $25 will be charged for any dishonored check, in addition to any late payment fees. Foreign check collection fees will be charged when applicable. Please include the student name and ID number on all checks.
Wire TransfersFor wire transfer payments, please call 617-735-9938 or e-mail email@example.com to receive Emmanuel College's Account Number and ABA Routing Number.
Emmanuel College offers an interest-free monthly payment plan through
Tuition Management Systems, Inc. (TMS). The plan offers families the opportunity to spread payments for the academic year over a 10-month period.
Enrollment Fee $35 per semester
Payment Plan Periods Fall Semester Spring Semester Due on the 15th of each month
July through November December through April
Phone Number 1-800-722-4867
Many families will borrow to help cover educational costs. In addition to reviewing our
Parent Loan and Private Student Loan pages to learn more about educational loans, we encourage you to do your own research to find the best loan option for you and your family.
Emmanuel welcomes all college savings plans. If you have a college savings plan such as a 529 plan, please contact the plan provider to have the funds transferred to Emmanuel College.
If you are using a pre-paid tuition plan to pay for tuition, such as the UPlan, please provide the Office of Student Financial Services with the provider name and the amount you will be using for the upcoming academic year. Once we receive this information, we will credit your account and ensure the timely receipt of payment from the plan provider.
Credit/debit card payments may be made online via Online Academic Resources (OAR) on
MySaints using your student login, or at www.afford.com/emmanuel using the option "Make a One-Time Payment" (student login not required).
Students and families who choose to make payments with a credit/debit card will be assessed a 2.99% convenience fee, which is retained by a third-party service provider. This fee may be avoided by paying with a checking or savings account on the same website. Online bank (or ACH) payments allow funds to be transferred to the College from a designated bank using the bank's routing and account numbers.