We've made paying for tuition easier!
Delgado has an established contract with a third-party vendor, TransAct, to provide a payment plan to help ease the burden of paying for college. This plan
allows students to pay for tuition and fees through installment payments throughout
the semester/session. The number of installments is determined by the date of enrollment
and the final payment due date. The first payment is due upon enrollment along with
a non-refundable enrollment fee of $30. This rate is set by and paid directly to the
vendor. Other fees may apply. Please read all Terms and Conditions when enrolling
in plan. Partial payments made outside of the payment plan will not secure classes from a purge
Make life easier by enrolling in one of our three offered payment plans. Payment plans offer manageable installments without a high interest rate on a schedule that works for you.
|Monthly Option||Bi-Monthly Option||Emergency Deferment Option|
|Payments are due on the 15th of each month.||Payments are due on the 1st and 15th of each month.||Payments are due on the following schedule: 4% at sign-up, 31% by 9/15/22 and 65% by 11/15/22.|
Want to learn more? Watch a short video on the benefits of payment plans and enrollment
How to Enroll in the Payment Plan:
Note: Before you begin, you must first ensure that the site www.cashnet.com (the website for Delgado’s third-party payment processor) is a trusted site in your browser list. You must also disable any popup blockers that your browser may be using. Failure to do either of these may result in you receiving a “page not found” or similar error.
* An enrollment fee will apply and other fees may apply. The Transact Full Service Payment Plan is administered by Higher One, Inc. dba as Cashnet, a Blackboard Inc. company. The enrollment fee is considered a finance charge which is defined by federal regulations as “the cost of consumer credit as a dollar amount.” To make it easy for consumers to compare this cost to other forms of credit, Transact provides the equivalent annual percentage rate (APR), which takes into account a number of variables, including the number of payments, the term, and the principal amount. APR limits may be subject to applicable state laws.