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Notre Dame College Online is dedicated to providing you with the tools you need to make informed decisions about financing your college education. Learn more here about your options and the processes associated with paying for your degree.

Payment Plan

A payment plan is available through NDC CashNet, Notre Dame College’s online payment service. The first installment must be paid in order for enrollment in the payment plan to be considered an acceptable arrangement. NDC CashNet calculates monthly payments by taking the balance due after financial aid is posted and dividing by five. All outstanding balances from the previous semester must be paid before participating in the payment plan for the new semester. Students must be current with payments in the plan prior to registration for the next term.

Payment Options

NDC Online has several payment options that allow you to pay your tuition and fees conveniently. Payments can be made online, in person or by mail. The college accepts cash, check or money order. We accept all major credit cards, but a 2.75% fee is charged at time of payment.

NDC CashNet

NDC CashNet is Notre Dame College’s payment system which allows students to view their student account information online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Benefits of NDC CashNet:

  • Make online payments free from any checking or savings account
  • Make online payments from any American Express, Discover or Mastercard with a small 2.75% convenience charge (includes debit cards)
  • Sign up for electronic direct deposit of refunds using our e-refund system

For specific questions about NDC CashNet, click here.

MyNDC is here to help students in everyday experiences and serves as a gateway to your personal information. Students can use it to:

  • View and print statements from any computer, any time
  • Enroll in a semester payment plan
  • Request transcripts online
  • See financial aid awards
  • Access missing and received documents
  • See full course and fee statements
  • Sign up for a payment plan
  • Much more!

Check Payment Policy

  • When a check is provided as payment, it authorizes Notre Dame College to use the information on the check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from the account or to process the payment as a check transaction.
  • When the information from the check is used to make an electronic transfer, funds may be withdrawn from the account as early as the same day the payment is made.
  • In the event the electronic transfer is returned from the financial institution, a return check fee of $30 or the maximum allowable by law, will be electronically debited to the student account.

Online Payments

Online payments can also be made using an electronic check or credit card. NDC CashNet accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover. There is a 2.75% convenience fee for online credit card use. There is no fee for an electronic check.

Employer Reimbursement

Many students who are employed full-time receive tuition reimbursement from their employer. The benefits vary from company to company. It is the student’s responsibility to inquire about his/her company’s benefit policy. Please note, many employers’ reimbursement plans have specific GPA or grade requirements which must be met before money will be disbursed.

Many companies and agencies use the third-party billing method to pay tuition bills for their employees or clients. Please be aware that the student is responsible for all tuition and fees and must make acceptable payment arrangements to cover the balance until the third-party payment has been received.

Payment Policy

It is the policy of Notre Dame College that tuition, room, board and fees for a given term are to be paid in full or acceptable arrangements made by Aug. 1 for fall semester, Jan. 2 for spring semester and by the first day of classes for summer semester. Acceptable arrangements are payment in full or signing up for the payment plan and making on-time payments. Students who register after the deadline are expected to make acceptable payment arrangements at the time of registration. Pending financial aid is not an acceptable payment arrangement. An unpaid balance is considered an educational debt that is not dischargeable in bankruptcy. An account is considered delinquent if the full payment is not received and posted to the account by 3 p.m. on the payment due date listed on the statement. Please be advised that failure to read mail, email or view online activity does not relieve a student of the responsibility to make on-time payments in the correct amount. If a scheduled payment is not received by the time the next statement of the semester is mailed, a $100 plus 2% of full outstanding balance late fee will be charged; additionally, students with delinquent accounts may be removed from classes and/or the residence halls. Each semester’s charges must be paid in full prior to registration for the next term.