The payment plan consists of three installments during the term to which it was assigned, which you will be able to pay throughout your study period.
NUC offers several payment method alternatives, such as cash, check, money order, ATM card, and credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, and American Express, among others). We also offer services through Banco Popular: Telepago, Mi Banca por Internet, direct debit, and online payments through the Student Services Webpage.
Per institutional policy on the return of federal funds, the student’s enrollment must be evaluated to make the required adjustments and determine the pending balance, if any. Once the adjustment due to withdrawal is processed, you will be sent a notification as part of the process, and you should contact your campus’s Bursar’s Office to deal with the outstanding balance.
Every adjustment due to withdrawal with an outstanding balance that has not been paid off will be referred to a collection agency.
Every inactive student’s account is referred to a collection agency to collect payment. Every account referred to a collection agency increases its balance up to 30%, due to management charges.
You should contact the collection agency that sent you the notification, or contact your Bursar’s Office to obtain the contact information to pay off the debt or obtain information on the payment process.
No. According to our fiscal graduation policy, every student must have paid off any debt before being able to attend the graduation ceremony. You may reference our policy on the webpage.