Use our online services to quickly and securely pay tuition and fees by credit card or electronic check.
Payment plans allow students to spread their payments over the semester, rather than paying all at once. This is a good option for students waiting for funding from a third party, such as financial aid, scholarships, or residency issue delays. There is a $35 enrollment fee and payment plans require an initial down payment.
For technical assistance with Payment Plans call Nelnet at 1-800-609-8056.
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Ephraim, UT 84627
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Richfield, UT 84701
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Visit the Financial Aid Office to find out how to setup a payment plan.
There is a non-refundable $35.00 fee to set up a payment plan. A new payment plan will need to be set up each semester.
Students can have access to their funds more quickly by arranging to have the funds deposited into their checking or savings account.
To set up direct deposit, fill out this form and return to one of the locations listed at the bottom of the form.
For your security, you will be required to enter the phone number associated with your BadgerWeb account (Message and Data Rates May Apply). If the number associated with your account is not your current phone number, this method will not work. Visit the Registrar's office to update phone numbers and addresses. Once you have access to the Update Direct Deposit Allocation page you can update the accounts Payroll and Accounts Payable amounts.
Snow College prepares a 1098-T form for all eligible students and furnishes it to the IRS.
To view and print the 1098-T form:
A financial hold indicates that you have a past due balance at Snow College. To view holds on your account:
To have a financial hold removed from your account pay the balance due and the hold will typically be removed within 24 hours.
The Cashier's office is available to provide further explanation if needed.
Refunds are given after tuition and fees are paid in full and an account has an overpayment. Refunds could be from changing class schedules and not having as much tuition owed as a result, or Financial Aid (grants, loans, or scholarships) having been applied to your account resulting in a refund. To see if you will be getting a refund, review your account balance:
The most efficient way to receive a student refund is through Direct Deposit. To set up Direct Deposit, fill out this form and submit it to the Cashier's office. If you do not have Direct Deposit set up, a check will be mailed to either the check mailing address or the permanent address on file. To update addresses please visit the Registration Office.
Snow College scholarships will be entered in student accounts about 10 days before the beginning of each semester. If you do not see your scholarship after that time, you can contact the scholarship office at 435-283-7150. Make sure you have completed all the requirements, including writing a Thank You letter for private scholarships (A Thank you letter is not required for academic, departmental, or outside scholarships).
Outside scholarships, or those from a source other than Snow College, are usually disbursed as a check mailed to the Snow College Cashier's office. Make sure the agency has your student ID number and the Snow College mailing address.
Book costs vary with your schedule, visit the online bookstore to view a personalized page of your courses and corresponding course materials.
Students can add an Authorized Party to their student account. An Authorized Party could be a parent or guardian that intends to make payments on your behalf. To add an Authorized Party to your account:
Snow College follows federal guidelines under The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99). FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Once a student reaches 18 years of age, or attends a postsecondary institution such as Snow College, he or she becomes an "eligible student," and all rights formerly given to parents under FERPA transfer to the student. If parent(s), guardian(s) or a high school counselor of a Snow College student enrolled in a Snow College course desires to discuss the student's performance or academic record with a professor, the parent, guardian or counselor must receive permission from the student. This permission must be received in writing. This form can be filled out and signed by the student and sent to the Snow College Registrar's Office.
Snow College does not charge late fees. However, all tuition and fees will need to be paid in full, or have a payment plan set up by the 5th day of the semester to avoid having your classes dropped.