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Payment Options

  • Check, Cashier's Check, or Money Order 

    Cash Payments Under $1,000

    E-Check & Credit Card Payment (On-line only)

    E-Check and Credit Card payments can be made on GU Self-Service. There is no charge for e-check transactions. A service fee is assessed on debit/credit card transactions.
    Cards accepted:  VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express

    Annual Payment Plan

    The Annual Plan available through CASHNet enables you to pay all or part of your annual costs in ten interest-free payments. Enrollment is on an annual basis beginning in June. The plan can be set up through the first day of the Fall semester. There is a $55 enrollment fee.

    Half of the Annual Plan amount will be applied to your Fall bill; the other half to your Spring bill. For more information, check out the CASHNet website

    Semester Payment Plan

    The Semester Payment Plan available through Gannon’s Cashier Office enables you to defer up to $2,500 per semester for a $30 processing fee. Enrollment is on a semester basis.

    For balances greater than $2,500, a down payment is required to bring the balance to $2,500 or less. For balances less than $2,500, a 25% down payment is required to enroll in the plan. After your down payment is complete, you can sign up for the Semester Payment Plan on Self-Service.

    Your remaining balance plus the processing fee is divided into three equal payments. Payments are due the 20th of September, October, and November for the Fall semester. Spring semester due dates are the 20th of February, March, and April.

    Company/School District Reimbursement

    For students who will receive tuition reimbursement from their employers, Gannon offers the following plans:

    • If your employer offers a 100% tuition reimbursement program, you may defer the balance of your tuition until 30 days after the end of the semester (45 days for school district reimbursement). A signed reimbursement form and $100 down payment is required by the semester bill due date. No interest will be charged.
    • If your employer offers a partial reimbursement program, you may defer your employer's portion of the tuition until 30 days after the end of the semester (45 days for school district reimbursement). A signed reimbursement form and payment for the amount not covered by your employer is required by the semester bill due date. No interest will be charged.

    To utilize this deferment option, you must submit a signed company reimbursement form or school reimbursement form and your applicable down payment by the semester bill due date. Payment can be made on your student account in Gannon Self-Service. Forms are emailed to cashier001@gannon.edu

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