Payment Options

*Paperless Billing* - Student account statements are no longer mailed. Student account statements are available online, and can be easily accessed online through MySUNYOrange. Look for our e-mail with instructions on how to view and pay your bill online.

Online Payment Links

Make an On-Line Payment to SUNY Orange

  • Make payment in full by credit card.
  • Please note this link is not for use with the Installment Payment Plan (use link below).

Installment Payment Plan

  • The plan takes your school bill and splits it into smaller amounts, payable over a number of months
  • You can add an authorized user to help manage your account.
  • A one time per semester enrollment fee and the first payment are due upon enrolling in the plan.
  • Learn more about the Payment Plan by visiting the Cashnet website.
    Fall Semester Spring Semester
  5 Payment Plan - set up before: June 15th November 15th
  4 Payment Plan - set up before: July 15th December 15th
  3 Payment Plan - set up before: August 25th January 25th


    Summer Semester
  4 Payment Plan - set up before: April 1st
  3 Payment Plan - set up before: May 1st
  2 Payment Plan - set up before: June 1st


* 1st payment is due at the time payment plan is set up.

(Note: Financial Aid Recipients - you can only defer against your financial aid if all requirements have been satisfied, and if your aid has been finalized on your account.)

Payment Options

  • cash
  • check
  • credit card (VISA, MasterCard, or Discover card)
  • money order
  • finalized financial aid
  • third-party contracts
  • Payment Plan

The Student Accounts Office does not accept any payments, including credit cards, by telephone.


Students are subject to a $50.00 late payment fee, if payment arrangements or financial aid are not in place by the payment deadline.  Any account that remains unpaid will be assigned to a collection agency. The student will be responsible for paying additional collection contingency fees (up to 50% of the deliquent account balance) .

Students who register for classes but fail to complete the payment process or attend classes, will incur a tuition liability if they do not withdraw (by completing and processing a drop form at Student Services Central) before the start date of the semester. Non-attendance does not constitute an OFFICIAL withdrawal. Non-payment does not limit student liability.

†Clicking on this link will take you out of the SUNY Orange web site and into a new browser window for on-line payments. The college cannot be responsible for the content of this external web site, even though the site has been reviewed and is recommended by the Student Accounts Office.