Payment Options

*We're Going Paperless* - Beginning with the Spring 2017 semester, student account statements will no longer be 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

  • Conveniently pay your $50.00 Tuition Deposit.
  • 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 15th January 15th

* 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.)

Tuition Deposit

A $50.00 non-refundable tuition deposit is required from all students, including financial aid applicants/recipients each semester. Your $50.00 tuition deposit payment is a valid commitment of your intent to attend SUNY Orange. All students are encouraged to pay the required deposit at the time of registration. Students who fail to pay their tuition deposit are subject to course deletion. All tuition deposits are non-refundable. *New course schedules due to deletion are subject to seat availability.

To see the schedule of when your tuition deposit is due, view the Tuition Deposit Schedule Dates

Payment:

The balance of tuition and fees is due:

Spring 2017: January 4, 2017 or on the date of registration for those registering on or after January 4, 2017.

Summer 2017: May 22, 2017 or on the date of registration for those registering on or after May 22, 2017.

If after paying the non-refundable tuition deposit, you determine you cannot pay the remaining balance due, you must officially withdraw prior to the start date of the semester to avoid tuition liability.

Payment Options

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

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

Financial Aid Students are required to pay the $50.00 tuition deposit. All financial aid awards may change based upon eligibility, attendance, and certification. Should your award be reduced, you may owe the college a balance.

Third party contract sponsored students are required to pay the $50.00 tuition deposit. Approved Sponsor Payment/Billing Authorization, some restrictions apply and all authorizations must be submitted by the tuition due date.

Penalties

Students with delinquent accounts are subject to a $50.00 late payment fee. Any account that remains unpaid after the end of the semester will be assigned to a collection agency. Students will be responsible for paying the collection agency fee which will be based on a percentage at a maximum of 50% of the delinquent account, together with all the costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney's fees, necessary for collection of the delinquent account.

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 Bursar's Office.