What is the Emory Payment Plan?
Oxford College offers the Emory Payment Plan (EPP) which allows you to pay tuition and eligible fees in four equal installments per term. There is a $60 nonrefundable fee per semester to apply for the payment plan. This fee is applied to the second payment of the plan.
What is included in the EPP?
The plan allows academic expenses not covered by scholarships, loans, or other financial aid to be paid. Some specific charges, (i.e. fraternity dues, parking permit) are not eligible for the plan. The payment plan is not offered for the summer term.
How do I enroll in the EPP?
You can now enroll in the Emory Payment Plan and make a payment on-line using the "Enroll in Payment Plan" and "Make a Payment" menu options on the Student Financial Services main OPUS menu. To see how you can do this, view the OPUS Student Center and OPUS Guest Access quick reference guide.
What are the EPP payment deadlines?
The first EPP installment is due by the deadline shown on the registration bill and is required to complete the registration process. The remaining installments are due in September, October, and November for Fall semester and February, March, and April for Spring semester. To avoid a finance charge, payments must be received by the 25th of the month in which they are due as shown on the monthly bills. Delinquent payments may affect the student's eligibility to enroll in future terms or to receive a transcript. Delinquent student account obligations may be reported to a credit bureau.
If you have a question about the Emory payment plan, call 770-784-8325.