Undergraduate students will receive tuition bills on a semester by semester basis two months prior to the start of class. In July, Anna Maria College sends bills for the fall semester with payment due in August.
In December, Anna Maria College sends bills for the spring semester with payment due in January. You will have 30 days to make payment arrangements. The student's tuition bill should be financially resolved by the due date for that particular semester.
Up to seven (7) days before the semester begins, the student is required to have either paid the balance in full or have a financing plan in place. A financing plan is defined as either a monthly payment plan with Tuition Management Systems (TMS) or an approved student or parent loan or any combination of payment options covering the full balance due for that semester.
Please see Financing Options for loan options or contact Financial Aid at (508) 849-3366.
Undergraduate Withdrawal and Refund Policy
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Both on-ground and online Graduate and Continuing Education (Division of Professional Studies) students are billed upon registration.
Graduate/Continuing Education Withdrawal and Refund Policy
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The tuition bill is due upon receipt. You may pay using a variety of options:
- Cash or check in the Student Accounts Office
- Mail a check to: Student Accounts, Box R, Anna Maria College, 50 Sunset Lane, Paxton, MA
- ACH (web check) or credit cards online at https://webamc.annamaria.edu/fusebox.cfm
- Financial aid: contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (508)849-3366 for application processes and
- Tuition Management Systems monthly payment plan: interest free and small enrollment fee –
visit www.afford.com/annamaria for more information*
*If you are an accelerated student and wish to utilize this option, you must be enrolled in both session one and session two of that semester.
For students in an eight (8) week accelerated term, your bill is due one week before the start of class. If you register for both accelerated session one and accelerated session two at the same time, you will receive a bill for both; however, you may pay for each session individually no later than one week prior to the start of that session start date. Students are encouraged to register for session one and session two prior to the start of the semester in order to properly reflect their enrollment status for loan deferment purposes.