Student Accounts / Cashier Office
Linfield College Adult Degree Program Payment Procedure
Payments made through Tuition Management Systems (TMS)
Linfield College Adult Degree Program Student Accounts Office has established an online procedure for the student to pay the billed charges for each semester the student is enrolled. The procedure includes specific date requirements. Each student is to do one of the following each semester/term:
- Pay In Full so that the account balance is zero at the completion of registration.
- Pay all Cash Due not covered by accepted Financial Aid and/or by the Tuition Management Systems (TMS) payment plan one week before the beginning of Fall, Spring or Summer terms. A payment plan is not available for Winter term. Winter term must be paid before Linfield College’s Christmas break.
- TUITION payment plan: The tuition payment plan offered by Linfield is through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). TMS payment plan includes tuition and fees. You can also include the cost of Winter Term in the fall semester plan. The TMS $30.00 fee and application should be received by TMS no later than August 15th for fall, January 15th for spring, and May 15th for summer regardless of the first monthly payment date. There is no interest charge if all payments are made as scheduled with TMS. However, if your TMS payment is late, TMS will assess a $50 late fee, and, Linfield will assess a late fee of $25.00 per late payment per month, and a 1% per month Finance Charge for the remainder of the Tuition Management Systems (TMS) plan. A plan may be established by going to www.linfield.afford.com and paying the $30.00 fee.
- CASH PAYMENT: The portion of the semester billed charges not covered by accepted net financial aid and not included in the TMS payment plan must be paid directly to Linfield one week before the beginning of the semester/term. Please make check or money order payable to Linfield College and mail to Linfield College, 900 SE Baker St. A459, McMinnville, Oregon 97128-6894. Linfield College does NOT accept credit cards as an acceptable method of payment for Tuition and Fees. However, Linfield has contracted with TMS to administer our credit card payment program. If you choose to pay by VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express plus the accompanying VARIABLE TELEPROCESSING FEE depending on the amount charged, please call the TMS Tuition Direct number 1-800-722-4867, or online at www.linfield.afford.com, or ECSI 1-888-549-3274 online at www.ecsi.net/gateway/linfield.html. Payment by credit card to TMS must be paid by one week before the beginning of the semester or term.
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