To begin a program at Isaiah University, payment has to be made in full. There is a program that allows students to begin with payment of their program/matriculation fee and then begin a GNP program breaking the tuition portion over 12 months or less.
The Good News Financial Plan which began in 2010 is designed for students who need to take advantage of monthly payment options. (There is a 60.00 processing fee with this program which is included in the monthly payments.)
Once GNP is approved, and your academic program/matriculation fee is paid, you will be able to begin your program immediately.
Payment terms are 4, 6, and 12 months. Students paying off their account within the first 50% of the term they selected receive a 10% credit refund back to the student.
Payment Cycle A is due on the 1st of the Month, a late fee of $25.00 is applied for payments made on and after the 8th. Payment Cycle B is due on the 15th of the Month, a late fee of $25.00 is applied for payments made on and after the 22rd.
Students more than 45 days past due may be placed on temporary hold, which means your log in will not work for exams, assignments, etc. Students still owing money to the GNP Program will not receive their Diploma. If a student finishes the program and are current on their payments, they may still receive their diploma and will continue with their GNP payments. Any Student that stops making payments once their Diploma is received will be sent to Collections and our Legal Team. (No student owing money will be able to participate in the public Graduation Ceremony.) Diploma will be mailed.