Pay Your Bill
At Saint Mike’s, all charges on your student bill have to be paid in full prior to the beginning of your first class. Exceptions to this policy are made for pending financial aid, deferred payment agreements, or payments through CashNet. While other collection activity may be taken, accounts with unpaid balances for reasons other than those stated above will result in a registration hold for the following semester.
Please note that a $50 deposit per course will reserve your place in the course. The deposit is deducted from the total tuition due, but is non-refundable. You will need to pay the remaining balance prior to the beginning of your first class.
The fine print
It is important to note that balances may change over the course of the semester as new charges are added for such things as lab fees, fines, etc. Saint Michael’s will send out periodic billing statements during the academic year to communicate these charges. Your prompt payment is appreciated.
Saint Michael’s College reserves the right to change various prices and policies on a prospective basis.
A note to Financial Aid recipients:
Refunds are not available until your lender/guarantor has paid Saint Michael’s College or your account is paid in full. No advances can be made against pending Financial Aid.
How to Pay
Online E-check and Credit Card Payments:
Online payments are accepted at the Self Service portal for students and authorized proxy users. There is no fee for e-check payments by the payer entering their bank routing and bank account information for their checking or savings account. Credit or debit cards are subject to a non-refundable 2.5% processing fee.
Student link: https://selfservice.smcvt.edu/student
Proxy link: Log-in Here (Find more info about proxy access here)
Tuition Payment Plan
Saint Michael’s College offers the option of a monthly payment plan administered by Cashnet which allows students to spread payments over the academic year/semester. The 8-month plan begins on September 1, 2019. For assistance in calculating your budget, please contact Student Financial Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail or In-Person Payments
Mail checks payable to “Saint Michael’s College”.Please include your student’s name and student ID number on the memo line.
Saint Michael’s College
Student Financial Services
One Winooski Park, Box 4
Colchester, VT 05439
The Student Financial Services Office is now located in Joyce Hall, Room 150 and is open Monday-Friday, 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM .
Credit or debit card payment may also be made via our online payment center and are not accepted in person (MasterCard, VISA, Discover). A processing fee will be applied at the time of your payment.
Financial Aid for Graduate Study
Graduate students need to be accepted into a degree program, and enrolled at least half-time per semester, in order to be offered federal aid.
For more information on eligibility and applying for aid, visit this page.
Students receiving tuition reimbursement from their employer may submit a Saint Michael’s College Deferred Payment Form with a $10 deferment fee per term. An authorized representative of the student’s employer must sign the Deferred Payment Agreement. It is the student’s obligation to pay charges related to the course(s) regardless of the employer’s promise to pay. Saint Michael’s College does NOT provide third party billing. If payment is not received within 30 days from the date grades were released, the account will be in arrears and collection activity will begin.
Questions regarding deferment agreements should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services located in Joyce Hall, Room 150 or by e-mailing email@example.com.
Withdrawals and Refunds
A graduate student who withdraws from Saint Michael’s College must notify Sarah Hodgson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802.654.2574, in the Registrar’s Office in writing. Merely ceasing to attend classes does not constitute official withdrawal. NOTE: Fees and the $50 per-course deposit are non-refundable.
Withdrawal Refund Schedule with official withdrawal from Fall or Spring sessions:
Prior to first class: 100% Refund
During 1st week: 90% Refund
During 2nd week: 75% Refund
During 3rd week: 50% Refund
During 4th week: 25% Refund
Thereafter: No Refund
Withdrawal Refund Schedule with official withdrawal for Summer sessions:
Prior to first class: 100% refund
Up to 1/16 class hours: 90% Refund
Up to 1/8 class hours: 75% Refund
Up to 1/6 class hours: 50% Refund
Up to ¼ class hours: 25% refund
Thereafter: No Refund