Quikpay and Payment Plans
Quikpay is the College’s convenient online system for credit card, debit card and e-check payments. It can be used to pay tuition and fees, and to add value to student ID cards. Students can set up authorized payers—such as parents—who will receive billing notification via email. They will be able to make online payments, review bills and examine payment history 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Quikpay accepts American Express, MasterCard, Discover and e-check for all payments, and Visa for adding value to student ID cards. A 2.70% service fee applies to credit card payments; there is no service fee for e-checks. Students can set up their payers through their Landmark College Intranet Account and their authorized payers can pay through the College Quikpay system.
Please note that Quikpay is the only way the College can accept credit or debit card payments, and students must individually authorize payers because of privacy (FERPA) regulations.
To make financing college expenses easier on our students and their families, Landmark College has a tuition payment service that offers a monthly payment plan for academic fees. Information on this service is included in each student’s enrollment agreement package and can be found online at the Quikpay site
Late Payment and Nonpayment
Any student whose payment is late in any given term will be assessed a late fee of 1.5% on any unpaid overdue balance on the first of each month (that’s an annual rate of 18 percent). The minimum late fee is $50, regardless of the amount overdue. Additionally, at the discretion of the Vice President for Administration and Finance, any student who does not make satisfactory payment arrangements with the Office of Administration and Finance in any given term may be required to leave the College and forfeit all deposits, payments and course credits for that term. No records of academic progress, transcripts or other academic records will be released for any student whose accounts are not fully paid.
After the third statement of nonpayment, the College generally refers accounts to third-party collection agencies.