The Bursar Office handles the financial matters of all students attending the College. All students are responsible for any College debts they have incurred including tuition charges, fees, library and parking fines.
All tuition and fees are due prior to each semester start date. Bills are available on-line through phinfo.lemoyne.edu. In Phinfo you can view your account activity and billing statements.
Students, view your account details and statments online through Phinfo by clicking on 'Student Finance'. You can make payments by Electronic Check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express by clicking on 'Manage Payments'.
Credit card transactions using the College's online payment system will incur a 2.75% processing fee. The processing fee for international credit cards will be 4.25%. These fees are charged by the credit card issuers. The College does not retain any of these funds. There are no processing fees for making payments online by ACH.
Authorized Users, log into lemoyne.myonplanu.com and create an account to make a payment or set up a payment plan for your student.
The office works with students in a variety of ways to make a Le Moyne College education affordable and attainable. Payment Plan options are available though Phinfo and clicking on "Manage Payments". Here you can view your payment options and payment due dates.
Students in any of the Le Moyne College programs who withdraw from the College for any circumstance are entitled to a refund of a percentage of their tuition charge based on their formal withdrawal date.
The date of withdrawal will be considered the date on which a written statement of withdrawal has been received by the registrar. Tuition adjustment calculations are done automatically based on the date of withdrawal and the start date of the semester. Fees are not refundable.
If you withdraw from the College or from a course, you may be entitled to a tuition credit of a percentage of your tuition.
• 100 percent tuition credit during the first week
• 80 percent tuition credit during the second week
• 60 percent tuition credit during the third week
• 40 percent tuition credit during the fourth week
• 20 percent tuition credit during the fifth week
• No tuition refund credit after the fifth week
In cases where a government agency requires a different refund policy, the College will adhere to the government agency policy.