Payment Plans (On-Line Only)

A payment plan loan is a campus-based loan secured by a promissory note to assist students in paying for current semester fees. These loans require at least a 25% down payment. There is no interest charge, but there is a $30 non-refundable enrollment fee.

  • Availability: Each semester, beginning approximately two weeks before classes begin.
  • Covers: Current tuition, class fees, housing, meals, graduation/commencement fees, late fees, and computer fee.
  • Excludes: Previous debts over $200.00, application fees, application late fees.
  • Requirements: All previous debts at Idaho State University must be paid in full.
  • Enroll: To enroll in the payment plan, log in to BengalWeb and then go to the Student Finances Tab. Click on Enroll in Payment Plan. Proceed to TouchNet; once you are in the Touchnet system, find the Installment Payment Plans channel, then click on the payment plan for the current term. Be sure to follow the remainder of the instructions and read the terms before you finish your transaction.
  • Loans are done online only, except students who are first time borrowers and are in Delayed Disbursement of Financial Aid.
  • Students in Delayed Disbursement, Students in Delayed Disbursement, please go to the 3rd Floor of the Administration Bldg. (Bldg. #10) RM 317F to process the Delayed Disbursement Payment Plan.

Payment Plans

Student must sign up for auto pay plan. Financial Aid may not be used for down payment.

Summer 2017 Payment Plan

3-Installment Payment Plan (Enrollment starts from Monday, May 15, 2017 )
  • Enroll by May 15, 2017 to avoid late fees (Enrollment starts from May 03, 2017 - May 15, 2017).
  • $30 enrollment fee paid at the time of enrollment.
  • Three installment plan with a payment due each month. Payment will be auto deducted from account provided by the student, either a bank account number or a debit/credit card.

Spring 2016 Payment Plan

4-Payment Installment Plan

  • Last date to enroll is February 2nd, 2017 (Enrollment starts from Jan 03, 2017 - Feb 02, 2017).
  • 25% minimum down as the first installment.
  • $30 enrollment fee paid at the time of enrollment.
  • Four installment plan with a payment due each month. Payment will be auto deducted from account provided by the student, either a bank account number or a debit/credit card.

3-Payment Installment Plan

  • Last date to enroll is March 2nd, 2017 (Enrollment starts from Feb 03, 2017 - Mar 02, 2017).
  • 33% minimum down as the first installment.
  • $30 enrollment fee paid at the time of enrollment
  • Three installment plan with a payment due each month. Payment will be auto deducted from account provided by the student, either a bank account number or a debit/credit card.

2-Payment Installment Plan

  • Last date to enroll is April 4th, 2017 (Enrollment starts from Mar 03, 2017 - Apr 04, 2017).
  • 50% minimum down as the first installment.
  • $30 enrollment fee paid at the time of enrollment
  • Two installment plan with a payment due each month. Payment will be auto deducted from account provided by the student, either a bank account number or a debit/credit card.

Account Receivable Transcript Hold:

Causes of Outstanding Balances

Some balance issues occur as financial aid is reduced due to change in enrollment and/or eligibility status. Some balances occur as students fail to properly drop classes and continue to owe enrollment cost for classes they no longer attend. . Failure to understand the student responsibilities will not reduce the student financial responsibility. Students should promptly address these issues, with the correct department, to resolve holds and prevent pre-collection and collection fees.

Transcript and Account Balance Past Due hold is placed on a student's account with a past due balance by the Office of Student Financial Services. To ensure the enrollment and academic hold release, pay the entire past due account balance in cash, check, certified funds, or credit card online.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Maria Gonzalez Ph:(208)282-3898 or email: gonzmar2@isu.edu.

Students Access on their accounts

Students can always view online the balance and details of their account, and should consider this source as first and primary notification of a balance due. A notification about the outstanding student account will be sent to the student's preferred email address, the student college email address and possibly by mail to the current mailing address on record. It is the student's responsibility to update their email preference and all mailing addresses each time they have a change. Notification sent, by the college, thru any of these addresses are considered delivered.

There may be other costs incurred by students with delinquent balances as defined in their payment plans or indicated in services used.

Please keep in mind that all official documents, including transcripts, are held until the student account is satisfied in full.

Due Dates

You will receive a monthly email letting you know the date your payment will be deducted from your account.

Consequences of Late Payment of Your Payment Plan Loan

  • $15 late fee on each missed payment. After two missed payments, student will be removed from plan and fees are due and payable in full.
  • Pre-registration for future semesters will be blocked until outstanding balances are paid in full
  • A NSF charge of $35 will be assessed on all Payment Plan loans returns on auto payment

TThe University reserves the right to deny Payment Plan loans or increase the down payment requirement based on previous credit history at ISU, dishonored (non-bank error) down payment checks, bankruptcy, or collection history.




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