Future Students:


Payment Plan

Payment Plan


Payment Plan

In order for the application to be approved, please read, print, and complete the enitre application (Name, Student ID Number, Student Signature, Phone Number, Payment Plan Option (with completed payment amounts). This is a binding contract between the student and the university. THE STUDENT IS HELD LIABLE FOR ALL INFORMATION ON THE APPLICATION.

(Click here to print the application)

The payment plan application form can only be mailed in, faxed in, or physically brought into the Cashier's office. (We will not take the form by email).

(Click here to print the calculation sheet) This is only used to help you calculate the correct payments- this is not the application.

(Fees are subject to change)

Who is eligible?

A Francis Marion University student whose semester fees are $500.00 or more and has a 2.0 or better cumulative GPA is eligible for the Semester Payment Program. Charges may include general university and housing fees. Optional fees including the FMU Debit Card, car decals, and meal plans cannot be calculated into the payment plan. All previous debts to the University must be paid in order to be eligible. **Fees are subject to change.

How does the Program work?

Financial assistance that has been applied to the student’s account is subtracted from the total charges for the semester. The payment plan is not available for Summer terms. Payments may be made by mail, phone, or in person at the Cashier’s Office. **Also, your payment plan payments could change if Financial Aid is added or reduced, housing is added or removed, and/or if classes are added or removed. The student is responsible for checking on their account balance with the Cashier’s office or on the student account online (payment plan is adjusted and full payment of change is required.) ****Note: Credit/debit cards will not be automatically charged for your monthly payments.****

What if I miss a payment?

FULL payments must be received by 5:00 pm on the due date. Payments made after this time will be late and a $15 late charge will be assessed to the student’s account. Monthly Notices are sent only as a reminder to the student’s FMU gmail account. By enrolling in the payment plan, the student accepts responsibility for making timely payments. A student who has a delinquent account will not be able to pre-register for classes, request a transcript, or receive a diploma. If the student has already pre-registered for the next term, he/she may be dropped from these classes. A student who has missed two consecutive payments or has a delinquent account 10 days after the final payment date may be removed from his/her classes. A student who is delinquent with his/her payments may not be eligible to participate in the program for future semesters. The student agrees to pay Francis Marion University or an agency acting on the behalf of the University the fees of any collection agency, which may be up to a maximum of 33.3% of the debt, and all cost and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, incurred in such collection efforts. FINANCIAL AID OR OUTSIDE SCHOLARS DO NOT COUNT AS A PAYMENT.

How do I apply for the Program?

Complete the enrollment form at the bottom of this page and return it with the proper payment to the Cashier’s Office, Francis Marion University, P.O. Box 100547, Florence, SC 29502 or fax the form to 843-661-1198. Enrollment in the Semester Payment Program will not be complete until the SIGNED enrollment form and the $60.00 non-refundable enrollment fee are received. Payment plan applications will not be accepted via email. Students are required to reapply for the program each semester.

If Applicable, use the Payment Plan Calculation sheet, which can be downloaded using the link above, to figure out your monthly payments.  After you have done so, transfer those figures onto your Payment Plan Enrollment form. 


Last Published: November 21, 2016 8:29 AM
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