Managing Your Finances You can review your bill at any time via the Ranger Portal under the Accounts Activity page. You can also print your registration invoice at your convenience. The registration invoice includes a net balance (reflecting any financial aid credits), explanation of charges, financial aid information, and your class schedule. Due date reminders are sent via email reminding you of upcoming due dates and any balance on your student account. Regis University's payment due dates vary based on your semester schedule and course schedule. Use the links and tools below to determine when your tuition payments are due. Please note, registration invoices will no longer be mailed to students. Traditional Students Anderson College of Business College of Computer & Information Sciences Regis College Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions-Traditional Nursing, Health Care Administration, Health and Exercise Science Due Dates for Traditional Students Spring Semester - January 1 Summer Courses - May 1 Fall Semester - August 1 Nontraditional Students Non-Traditional College of Contemporary Liberal Studies Non-Traditional College of Computers & Information Systems Non-Traditional College of Business and Economics Regis College Graduate Programs Certificate Programs Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions Accelerated BSN MS Nursing MS Health Services Administration Choice BSN RN to BSN Health Care Administration Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Doctor of Nursing Doctor of Physical Therapy (entry level) Doctor of Pharmacy Due Dates for Nontraditional Students 2018 Fall Course Due Dates Payment Plans We have a variety of different different payment plans that are easy to set up. 1. Log into WebAdvisor and click on the Students menu link located on the left portion of your screen. 2. Click the View Account and Make Payments link, located under the Financial Information section and a new browser will open taking you to the Account Summary page of the Ranger Portal. 3. Click the Make a Payment link, located in the center of your screen. 4. Click the Create a Payment Plan button located within the scrolling bar at the top of your screen. 5. Click the radio button next to Student Receivables for the appropriate semester term charges and click continue. 6. Review all details of your payment plan including your payment schedule. Read the Payment Plan Terms and Conditions thoroughly, click the "I agree" check box, and then click Continue to submit your payment plan. 7. Once submitted, print or save the payment plan details. The Make a Payment screen will now display your newly requested payment plan schedule. 2018 Fall Plans and Dates Length of Payment Plan Set Up Dates 1st Payment Due Regular Payments Due 5 Month 8/1-8/14 8/15/18 15th of month 4 Month 8/15-8/31 9/1/18 1st of month 4 Month 9/1-9/14 9/15/18 15th of month 3 Month 9/15-9/30 10/1/18 1st of month 3 Month 10/1-10/14 10/15/18 15th of month 2 Month 10/15/10/31 11/1/18 1st of month 2 Month 11/1-11/14 11/15/18 15th of month 2019 Spring Plans and Dates Length of Payment Plan Set Up Dates 1st Payment Due Regular Payments Due 5 Month 12/1-12/14 12/15/18 15th of month 4 Month 12/15-12/31 1/1/19 1st of month 4 Month 1/1-1/14 1/15/19 15th of month 3 Month 1/15-1/31 2/1/19 1st of month 3 Month 2/1-2/14 2/15/19 15th of month 2 Month 2/15-2/28 3/1/19 1st of month 2 Month 3/1-3/15 3/15/19 15th of month 2019 Summer Plans and Dates Length of Payment Plan Set Up Dates 1st Payment Due Regular Payments Due 5 Month 4/1-4/14 4/15/19 15th of month 4 Month 4/15-4/30 5/1/19 1st of month 4 Month 5/1-5/14 5/15/19 15th of month 3 Month 5/15-5/31 6/1/19 1st of month 3 Month 6/1-6/14 6/15/19 15th of month 2 Month 6/15-6/30 7/1/19 1st of month 2 Month 7/1-7/14 7/15/19 15th of month Costs and Details Payment Plan Step-Up Fee = $50.00 Payment Plan Late Fee = $15.00 Returned Check Fee = $20.00 Any and all changes to student account (such as additional tuition, fees, calculation corrections, financial aid charge backs, etc.) will be reflected in a payment schedule increase or decrease for subsequent monthly payments on a weekly basis.