Here’s some additional information about student accounts and payment.
Students can look up account balances and pay bills through Skyline. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and Discover, or an electronic debit from your checking or savings account. You can make payments in person in the Student Financial Services Office, Miller Hall 155, or mail payments to:
North Central University
Student Financial Services
910 Elliot Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
You can also make payments by wiring funds or through international bank drafts. Contact us for instructions.
The Ram Plan
The Ram Plan allows students to spread out their remaining balance with an interest free monthly plan. Fall semester plans have up to six month in payments. Students enroll through their skyline payment portal where they can view their student account. Each semester’s payment plan as an affordable $40.00 enrollment fee.
The Fall payment plan begins enrollment on June 14. All payment plans need to be enrolled by the payment deadline on August 15th. The first payment is due on the date you enroll.
Fall Payment plans are automatically deducted on the tenth of every month through December 10. Please see below for the best times to enroll for the payment agreement that fits you.
Fall Payments are during the Months of July – December.
- Six Monthly Payments – Sign up before July 10
- Five Monthly Payments – Sign up before August 10
- Four Monthly Payments – Sign up before September 10
You can learn more about the Ram Plan, view the terms and conditions, and enroll through Skyline.
Dates and Deadlines
- June 13 – You can begin checking your balances on Skyline and viewing your statement after you have enrolled in all your courses
- June 14 – Fall Ram Plan, North Central’s payment plan opens
- Enroll by the payment deadline, August 15 for a 4-month payment plan
- Starting June 14 the Ram Plan is a 6-month plan
- UPDATED! All payments are withdrawn on the tenth of the month
- July 1 – Try to have all additional loans applied for by this date for processing
- August 10 – last day to enroll in a 5-month payment plan
- August 15 – Fall Payment Deadline
Late Fee Schedule
We encourage you to pay attention to the above Dates and Deadlines. This is important for us to be able to provide you with the best experience starting a new semester. If you don’t follow the above timeline and your account is not paid in full, you may be subject to a $100 on August 20.
Explanation of Fees
There are various fees that will be charged to your account throughout the year. They all support essential functions at North Central and help keep your experience here a positive one.
- Student Services and Activities Fee: Covers computer and web services for your student along with services that help your student maintain a well-balanced lifestyle. The Student Services and Activities fee helps support things like internet and wireless access, email and voicemail, computer labs and classrooms, and online registration and grades. Support services are also provided such as academic support, counseling, access to the fitness center and professional training, intramural sports, and other wellness activities.
- Parking or Bus Pass Fee: Covers either on-campus parking for either residential or commuting students or a discounted Student Bus Pass. Parking is given first applied, first served. Applications for both parking and bus passes can be found through skyline.
- Late Registration Fee: Assessed when a student registers for classes after the initial registration period has ended. First time registration after July 25 will be assessed this fee.
- Past Due Payment Fee: Assessed when there is an unpaid balance remaining on a student’s account after the payment deadline has passed. The initial fee is $100 for the fall.
- Schedule Change Fee: Assessed when a student makes a change to their schedule outside of the initial registration period. Schedule change fees begin July 25.
- Late Rent Payment Fee: Assessed when a rent payment has not been made before the 6th of the month. The late rent fee is $30.00.
Financial Aid Information
It’s possible that your bill will show pending financial aid. This means there’s financial aid that you have been offered and have accepted at the time the invoice or statement was printed. Pending financial aid won’t be disbursed to your account until all required documents have been received and approved by the Financial Aid office and your enrollment status meets all requirements. For more information regarding your financial aid award please contact our Financial Aid office.
If you’re receiving a refund from financial aid, that refund issued within 14 days of the later of the following: The date the credit balance occurs or the first day of class of the enrollment period. Refund of a credit balance from a student account will be processed after the entire sum of the school charges from the current enrollment and authorized charges from the current enrollment have been paid in full. If a student doesn’t wish to receive a refund check, that student must complete a Retain Credit Balance Form (pdf) authorizing us to retain the credit balance on the student’s behalf.
We send out 1098-T forms to students on January 31 of each year. You can request a second copy in the Student Accounts office, or access your 1098-T through Skyline in Student Accounts.