A Wise Investment
Completing your degree is one of the best investments you will ever make. Huntingdon College Evening Bachelor’s Degree tuition is offered at a reduced rate per credit hour to make your degree completion affordable.
- EBD tuition per credit hour: $265.00 ($795 per 3-credit-hour class)—beginning Fall 2017
Since there are three sessions each semester, many students register for all three sessions prior to the beginning of the semester. Others begin taking classes in the second or third session. Once you have registered for a course or courses, charges will be assessed on the first day of the session or of the semester, whichever comes first, based on your registration. If you register for more than one course during the semester, you may pay by session rather than paying in full for all classes by the beginning of the semester.
When you have completed the financial aid application process and have registered for classes, an award letter will be issued. Once the award letter has been signed (and applicable financial aid instructions completed), your financial aid award will be applied toward your total costs. If you have not completed the financial aid process prior to the beginning of classes, you are responsible for costs assessed until the financial aid process is complete. Financial aid loans must be guaranteed before they can be considered as payment.
As long as you remain in good standing (no balance remaining on your account) with the Office of Student Financial Services, you may register for upcoming sessions.
Payment for your tuition and fees in the Huntingdon College Evening Bachelor’s Degree is due prior to the first day of classes for the session. You may pay in the form of a personal check, cashier’s check, money order, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. You may pay online at the secure link using a credit card.Cash payment can only be made directly to the Office of Student Financial Services at Huntingdon College. We will accept payment by mail, fax (with credit card information), or in person. For security reasons, the use of e-mail to transmit financial information (e.g., credit card numbers) is not recommended, and payments are not accepted by phone.
Mail payments to:
Student Accounts Manager
1500 East Fairview Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36106
Questions? Contact the Office of Student Accounts, firstname.lastname@example.org; (334) 833-4404; fax (334) 833-4235.