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Installment Payment Plan

If you cannot pay for spring or fall semester classes in one lump sum and you’re in good financial standing with the University, you may be eligible to enroll in our Installment Payment Plan. The IPP is available only for main campus spring and fall semesters.  If you have any questions, please contact the Bursar's Office at (931) 221-6285.

How do I enroll in the IPP?

You can enroll in the IPP for spring or fall terms through You will be required to read and accept the terms of the plan.

Who can make payments on my IPP?

Through, you can set up parents as users, allowing them to make scheduled payments on the account. Students are the only ones who can make changes to scheduled payments.

When – and how much – do I pay?

When you sign up, your initial down payment and nonrefundable $50 IPP enrollment fee are due. Your down payment will be 50 percent of total you owe AFTER all financial aid, scholarships and/or third party assistance awards have been credited to your account.

In the fall, payments are due Oct. 1 and Nov. 1. In the spring, payments are due March 1 and April 1. If payment is not received by the due date, you will be charged a $25 late fee. If the due date falls on the weekend, your payment is due the following Monday.

What happens if I drop classes or withdraw from APSU?

You will still have a balance due under the IPP. The amount you owe will be adjusted based on date you drop classes or withdraw. Check the academic calendar to see the amount of fees for which you’ll be responsible if you drop or withdraw at various points in the semester. You will receive a refund only if the newly adjusted fees total less than the amount you already have paid.

What happens if I don’t pay an installment?

A hold will be placed on your account, preventing you from preregistering for the next term, viewing/receiving grades or receiving transcripts/diplomas.

Why can't I use a payment plan for Fort Campbell,  Summer or other terms?

Payment plans are restricted to only regular academic terms. They may not be created for summer or other short terms. (TBR policy)