Deferred Payment Plan

BYU-Hawaii Deferred Payment Plan

 

Why should I apply for a “FREE” Deferred Payment Plan?

A Deferred Payment Plan extends your payment deadline for your tuition, class fees, housing and insurance charges that you aren’t able to pay for by the tuition due date.


What if I’m receiving University Scholarship, Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, and/or External Scholarships?

The University does not release any aid until after the ADD/DROP deadline. Since it is after the payment deadline we recommend that you complete a deferred payment plan. Your aid will pay your deferred payment plan before refunding you the difference.


If I apply for a Deferred Payment Plan and the repayment isn’t due until later in the semester, can I receive all my aid and pay my balance later in the semester?

No, the aid that you receive must pay for all University charges before a refund can be made.


How do I know if I’m eligible for a Deferred Payment Plan?

All BYU-Hawaii students are eligible for a Deferred Payment Plan, however if you have a balance from a prior term/semester you won’t be eligible. In this case, you can stop by the Financial Aid & Student Accounts Office to speak to anyone of our Financial Aid Counselors for assistance.


If I apply for a Deferred Payment Plan now, does it automatically renew for the next semester?

No, you will need to request for a Deferred Payment Plan each semester that you need one. We DO NOT automatically renew it for you.


How would I repay my Deferred Payment Plan?

You may make payments online by logging into my.byuh.edu or at the BYU-Hawaii Cashiers Office.

 

If I apply for a Deferred Payment Plan, would it remove my negative service indicator (HOLD) on my student account?

No, a Deferred Payment Plan will not remove a negative service indicator (HOLD) from your student account. The Deferred Payment Plan will hold your classes from being dropped and extend your payment deadline.

 

Can I setup payroll deduction to pay for my Deferred Payment Plan?

Yes, you can as long as you are employed with BYU-Hawaii or the Polynesian Cultural Center. You will need to meet with one of our Financial Aid Counselors to setup your payroll deduction.


When do I pay for my Deferred Payment Plan?

You have a choice of selecting a one payment option or a three payment option. When you select the one payment option the full payment will be due one month from the first day of school. If you choose the three payment option the total amount deferred will be divided three ways and due at the end of each month starting with the month classes begin.


How do I sign-up for a Deferred Payment Plan?

You will need to log into my.byuh.edu Here are the steps on how to complete your deferred payment plan, please click here.

 

 

Semester/Term

Application Period

Installment Options/Due Dates

Summer 2013 Apr 8 - Apr 26 Aug 1
Fall 2013 Aug 5 - Sept 15 1 month plan due Oct 1. 3 months plan due Oct 1, Nov 1, Dec1
Winter 2014 Dec 16 - Jan 24 1 month plan due Feb 1. 3 months plan due Feb 1, Mar 1, Apr 1
Summer 2014 Apr 3 - Apr 25 1 month plan due May 1. 4 months plan due Apr 15, May 15, Jun 15, Jul 15