Tuition Payment & Employer Reimbursement

Tuition Payment:

Students are required to submit payment for tuition in full prior to the beginning of the session. Payment may be made online through Elizabethtown College CASHNet, by credit card (a convenience fee will be charged), ACH/Electronic Check (No additional fees), cash (accepted at the Business Office), or check or money order, made payable to Elizabethtown College (mailed to the Business Office or delivered in person at the SCPS Elizabethtown College office.

For information and questions, contact the Business Office at 717-361-1417 or or visit their webpage.

Veterans' Benefits:

Students who are using veterans' benefits for tuition must contact the Veterans' Certifying Official, Katharine Daniels at 717-361-3735 or well in advance of the first class. Veterans attending the College for the first time should be prepared to pay their tuition for the first semester while awaiting reimbursement from the Veterans' Administration. For more information on how to research Veterans' Benefits, please see our Military Tuition Assistance & Veterans' Benefits Information.

Deferred Payment Program

School of Continuing and Professional Studies students who will be reimbursed by their employer after completing a course are eligible for the deferred tuition payment program.

Deferred Payment Program Policy:

Payment is required within 30 days of the completion of the 5- or 8-week session. If payment is not received by the 30th day, the banking information or credit card listed on the deferred payment form will be charged for outstanding tuition and fee costs. A convenience fee of 2.75% of the total payment amount will be assessed for any credit card payment. If a credit card is declined, monthly finance charges of 1.5% on outstanding balances will be retroactively assessed to the first day of the session and a $50.00 late payment fee will be added to the student’s account.

Students are not able to register in future sessions or receive official transcripts until their account is paid in full; eligibility for the deferred payment program may be denied for future courses as well.

Required Documentation

The following items must be submitted to the Business Office (see below) in order to participate in the Deferred Payment Program:

  • A copy of your company’s reimbursement policy.
  • A letter from your employer verifying your eligibility for tuition reimbursement. The letter must be on company letterhead.
  • A completed Deferred Payment form with a valid credit card account or bank information included.

To protect students’ personally identifiable and confidential information, the Elizabethtown College Business Office has a secure upload site through which all Deferred Payment Program documentation can be uploaded. The link and log-in information is provided by your admissions representative or academic advising coordinator.

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