Main Content Start
You may pay your balance due in full when you register for classes, or you can elect to enroll in a payment plan and pay in installments over time. The optional payment plan is designed to help you spread out your account balance over a series of regular installments.
- Making a partial payment does not automatically enroll you in a payment plan.
- There is a $30 non-refundable fee that is due at time you sign up.
How to enroll in the payment plan:
- Log into My NWACC
- On the left hand side, select Treasurer, then select Touchnet eServices.
- Select “Enroll in Payment Plan.” It is located in the middle of the home page, found in the section “Student Account.”
Payment Plan Schedules
Monthly Payment Plan Due Date Schedule - Spring 2023
|Periods to Set Up Your Monthly Payment Plan||Required Down Payment||Number of Payments||First Installment Due||Last Installment Due|
|Nov 1 - Nov 30||0%||4||Dec 15||March 16|
|Dec 1 - Dec 31||25%||3||Jan 19||March 16|
|Jan 1 - Jan 31||33%||2||Feb 16||March 16|
|Feb 1 - Feb 28||50%||1||-||March 16|
Bi-Weekly Payment Plan Due Date Schedule - Spring 2023
|Periods to Set Up Your Bi-Weekly Payment Plan||Required Down Payment||Number of Payments||First Installment Due||Last Installment Due|
|Nov 1 - Nov 25||0%||8||Dec 8||March 16|
|Nov 26 - Dec 9||5%||7||Dec 22||March 16|
|Dec 10 - Dec 23||10%||6||Jan 5||March 16|
|Dec 24 - Jan 6||15%||5||Jan 19||March 16|
|Jan 7- Jan 20||20%||4||Feb 2||March 16|
|Jan 21 - Feb 3||25%||3||Feb 16||March 16|
|Feb 4 - Feb 17||30%||2||March 2||March 16|
Installment payments will automatically be processed on the due date specified in the agreement.
Spring 2023 last payment date is March 16, 2023 to avoid a hold on your account for a past due balance.
- Must be enrolled in current semester course(s).
- Authorized users can enroll in a payment plan on behalf of their student.
- Students and authorized users must be willing to allow automatic withdrawals from a personal checking account or scheduled charges to debit or credit card.
- The student account must be in good standing. Students with past due balances must contact the treasurer’s office to find out about alternative payment arrangements.
- If one of the following occur, you will be removed from the payment plan. If you are
removed before the 100% drop deadline, your classes may be dropped.
- If your enrollment fee and/or down payment is returned.
- If your first payment installment is returned, even if your enrollment fee was successfully paid.
- If the student enrolls, the student is the owner of the plan and can elect to share email notifications with any (or all) of their authorized users.
- If an authorized user enrolls in a payment plan for their student, the authorized user is the owner of the plan and will automatically receive the payment plan emails (as well as the student).
There is a $30 non-refundable sign-up fee for the fall, spring and summer plans. The sign-up fee is deducted from your bank account or charged to your debit or credit card as soon as you complete the enrollment process.
Recalculation also knows when your financial aid/scholarships/other credits have posted, and will reduce your payment plan balance accordingly. The payment plan will recalculate to include payments (or posted financial aid) until one day before your installment is due.
You will receive an email notification any time your payment plan installment amounts increase or decrease.
Students who expect to receive financial aid and enroll in a payment plan need to make their payment plan payments when they are due. When financial aid is authorized (ready to pay) or paid to the student account, it will be applied equally to any remaining payments. If financial aid does not pay the payment plan in full, remaining payments due will be adjusted equally. If financial aid creates a credit balance on the student account, a refund will be processed.
Only the payment plan owner has the ability to change the payment method. To do so, the owner should:
- Login to e-services
- Add a new payment method under "My payment profile"
- Select on payment plans (top ribbon)
- Select “update all methods” to update all installments to the new payment method; or if you are only changing one installment select “edit” button under the Action column for the one you want to change.
- Select the desired payment method from the drop-down list, then save.
You will receive multiple notifications before any installment is processed to give you an opportunity to make sure sufficient funds are available to process each upcoming installment.
However, if you receive a failed payment notification, the following will occur:
ACH/e-Check Payments: Your returned payment will be added back to your student account and your remaining installments will be recalculated. You will be assessed a $25 return fee by NWACC, and your financial institution may also charge NSF fees on your bank account.
Debit/Credit Cards: The system will continue to try the card number until it is successful in receiving payment. This may result in two withdrawals on the same date.
If a failed payment is due to an expired card or closed bank account, you must update your payment profile with a new debit/credit card or bank account information. A failed debit/credit card payment will be re-attempted daily; therefore, a correction to the debit/credit card is essential. See changing your payment method (above) on how to update your payment profile information, and link your installments to the new payment method.
- Changes to payment due dates cannot be made after enrolling in the payment plan.
- When using bank accounts, a request for payment is sent to your bank at 7:00 a.m. on the payment date. Please make sure that funds are available.
- When using credit or debit cards, your card is charged at 1:30 a.m. on the payment date. Please make sure that funds are available.
- When you sign up for payment plan, you are required to provide either your debit/credit card or bank information, and payments will be automatically charged to your debit/credit card or deducted from your bank account on the installment dates.
- You cannot enroll in a payment plan with a cash payment; however, after enrolling with a debit/credit card or bank account, you can make cash payments in-person at the treasurer’s office. A cash payment will reduce your next installment payment.