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Student accounts


Thomas University’s Student Accounts Office is committed to providing assistance in accurately maintaining each student's financial account. It is here that you can discuss the components of your bill, determine whom to contact to correct errors on your account, and make payments on your account. Additionally, your account information is available 24/7 on your Hawklink account.

You are responsible for maintaining a current account with Thomas University.  Total charges for each semester (tuition, fees, etc.) net of applied financial aid and other credits must be paid before the first day of classes for each term.  For students receiving financial aid, be sure your paperwork is complete with the Financial Aid Office prior to the first day of classes.

To accommodate this payment, the University accepts cash, personal checks, money orders, cashier’s checks and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover).  You can also settle your account by signing up for Thomas University’s Payment Plan (TUPP). The TUPP is a sensible alternative to paying education expenses. It allows for smaller payments that more closely match your budget needs.  Some of the TUPP features include:

  • No interest charges apply so long as the payments adhere to the plan schedule.
  • We offer a four-payment and a three-payment plan for fall and spring semesters as well as a three-payment plan for summer semester.
  • No credit approval is required to sign up.
  • There is no plan enrollment fee.

Payment plans are available for all semesters, but the student must apply for the payment plan each semester.  Consequently, students must satisfy their current payment plan according to its terms to register for the following semester.  When a plan is set up, monthly payments are due on the 15th of each month with the down payment due upon sign-up.

 

Payment Plan Schedules

Payments

Fall 4 Pay

Fall 3 Pay 

(New students starting 2nd 8 weeks only)

Spring 4 Pay

Spring 3 Pay

(New students starting 2nd 8 weeks only)

Summer

Payment 1

August 15

 

January 15

 

 May 15

Payment 2

September 15

September 15

February 15

February 15

June 15

Payment 3

October 15

October 15

March 15

March 15

July 15

Payment 4

November 15

November 15

April 15

April 15

 

 

Payment Plan Enrollment

  • Students can log on to their Hawklink via the Portal once they have registered to review their billing statement for the semester.
  • Log in to: Hawklink
  • Go to "My Ledger” under the Administrative Services tab to view you student balance.
  • Complete and submit the payment plan application/promissory note along with the appropriate down payment amount that is assigned.
    • Log in to: Hawklink
    • Go to “My Ledger” under the Administrative Services tab.
    • If you have no financial aid showing – contact the financial aid office at 229-584-2460.
    • Balances that are surrounded by parentheses are a credit, and the student will receive a refund of that amount. If your balance does not have parentheses around the overall total at the bottom (example - ($0.00)) then you OWE that balance and must sign up for the payment plan before the first day of classes which is in the students’ Hawklink under “My Ledger.”
  • Complete and submit the payment plan application/promissory note along with the appropriate down payment amount that is assigned.
  • Make first payment immediately by using Hawklink or payments made over the phone call 229-584-2461.

 

Some frequently asked questions to assist you in managing your account:

How do I find out my balance?

How do I find out if my financial aid is complete? 

What if there is something wrong with my account?

  • If your classes are wrong – contact your advisor or the Registrar’s Office.
  • If your financial aid is wrong – contact the Office of Financial Aid.
  • If your tuition and fees are wrong – contact Student Accounts.

 

All charges net of any applied financial aid and other credits on the student’s account are final at 5:00 p.m. the last day of Drop/Add.  Refunds can occur only from adjustments to classes made during Drop/Add or from student loans. Consequently, the Student Accounts cannot confirm a refundable amount until after the Drop/Add period concludes. If a loan applied to a student’s account creates a refundable amount, no refund to the student is made until funds have been received by the University and student refunds are processed. 

Student Accounts disburses refunds within 14 days of receiving the funds from the lending agency. You can confirm the availability of your requested refund by checking your account on Hawklink. If the line item “Student Refund” appears on your ledger, the date associated with that line item is the date the refund will be ready. 

You may not pick up your check in person at the Student Accounts Office. If you have a paper check printed the check will be mailed to the billing address that is on file with the university. The best way to receive your refund is to sign up for direct deposit using the direct deposit form.

 

Withdrawals

If a student withdraws from a class or classes after the drop/add deadline, no refund of tuition or fee is granted. Please check with the Office of Financial Aid to determine if your withdrawal will adversely affect your student account.

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