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Payment Plans

Printable Tuition Payment Plan Application form for minors (under the age of 18) or those currently in bankruptcy

Fabio Latorre Formulario imprimible de solicitud de plan de pago de matrícula TPP para menores (menores de 18 años) o aquellos actualmente en quiebra

Tuition Payment Plans Enrollment Periods

Semester First Day to Enroll in TPP Last Day to Enroll in TPP
Summer 2024 (⅓ Down Payment) April 17, 2024 May 31, 2024
Summer 2024 (½ Down Payment) June 01, 2024 June 10, 2024
Fall 2024 (¼ Down Payment) July 17, 2024 August 31, 2024
Fall 2024 (½ Down Payment) September 1, 2024 September 10, 2024
Spring 2025 (¼ Down Payment) November 17, 2024 January 31, 2025
Spring 2025 (½ Down Payment) February 01, 2025 February 10, 2025


The Tuition Payment Plan is a way to spread your payment of tuition and fee costs throughout the semester. The required books, supplies, and other personal expenses are not included. The Tuition Payment Plan does not reduce your financial obligation to the college, but offers an alternative to making a single or one-time tuition payment.

Yes, a $30.00 non-refundable fee will be added to the total tuition and fees and the fee will be calculated into your installments.

To enroll, click TPP Setup Guide | Para Registrarse en el Plan de Pago de Matrícula (TPP) haga clic en TPP Guía para Registrarse.

TPP Setup Guide | TPP Guía para Registrarse

Students who are under 18 years of age or students in an active Bankruptcy, download the Printable Tuition Payment Plan Application form for minors (under the age of 18) or those currently in bankruptcy.

No, every semester a student will need to enroll in a new tuition payment plan. The payment plan does not roll over to the next semester.

You may have a hold on your account that is blocking enrollment, however, the most common reasons are:

  • Having a past due balance
  • Students under the age of 18
  • Students in active bankruptcy
  • Students enrolled in a SAT, Continuing Ed, or Concurrent Enrollment class.

Further questions, call Accounts Receivable Office (801) 957-4480 or email

Payments occur over a four month period for fall and spring semesters and three months for the summer semester. The first payment of the semester is due when you enroll in a tuition payment plan. The due dates will be on your Tuition Payment Plan Agreement after enrolling. It is your responsibility to know the payment due dates and the amount of the monthly installments.

Spring Summer Fall
November 16 - January 31 25% April 16 - May 31 34% July 16 - August 31 25%
February 10 25% June 10 33% September 10 25%
March 10 25% July 10 33% October 10 25%
April 10 25% November 10 25%

Yes, you can make payments anytime of any amount, as long as your total payment amount is paid by the next installment due date.

TPP – Installments Guide

Tuition and Fees are the only charges included on the payment plan. Other ineligible charges, such as Late Fees and International Student Fees will not be part of the payment plan and must be paid separately.

SLCC emails monthly billing statements, however it is the student’s responsibility to view their account activity online through SLCCPay+.

  • MySLCC
  • Payments & Refunds SLCCPay Login
  • View Activity

Also, you may call Accounts Receivable Office (801) 957-4480 or email

If you add a class that is not on the original tuition payment plan, the tuition for that class will be automatically added to your payment plan. You will receive an email notification of the increase in your monthly installments.

If you drop a class before the drop deadline, the amount of credit you receive, if any, will apply towards your next monthly installment. You can view your account activity online. Also, you may call Accounts Receivable Office at (801) 957-4480 or email

NOTE: See Academic Calendar, Last Day to Drop Classes with 100% Refund.

If your payment is not received by the due date, you will be assessed a $15 late fee and a hold will be placed on your school records. This may restrict you from registering for classes, viewing your transcripts and grades, and could prevent you from graduating.

If your check is returned to the college from the bank, a returned check service fee of $20 will be assessed in addition to the installment late fee.

SLCC pursues to the fullest extent of the law, all financial obligations due. Restrictions or “holds” on student accounts can include but are not limited to: registration, transcripts, grades and graduation; liens against Utah State Income Tax Returns; referrals to collection agencies; and litigation. Interest will be charged at the rate of 8% per year on any amount over 30 days past due.

The Tuition Payment Plan is non-dischargeable in a Bankruptcy Court. By accepting the tuition payment plan you agree to pay any cost incurred in the collection process of this plan including, but not limited to: late charges, attorney’s fees, charges or commissions up to 40% that may be assessed by any collection agency retained to pursue this issue.

The Tuition Payment Plan will recalculate to reflect payment due as the semester outstanding balance changes. If an account is paid in full for the semester, then the automatic payments would reflect a pending deduction of $0 and not pull funds from the listed account.

You can go to this page to submit the SLR - TPP Request to Cancel Payment Form. This must be filled out and submitted no later than 3 p.m. on the business day before the scheduled payment due date. Submissions after that time are not guaranteed. A scheduled payment cannot be cancelled same day, as the system will have already attempted to pull the funds in the morning.

If the scheduled payment has been successfully cancelled, you will have 5 days from the original due date to manually submit the payment before being charged the $15 TPP Late Fee.

TPP Request to Cancel Payment Student’s Guide