Variety of Payment Options Accommodate Financial Needs
At Knox, you will have many options from which to choose, like the classes you will take and the activities you will join. You also have options when it comes to paying tuition, room and board, and other fees. We offer these options to accommodate the range of financial situations of our families. And now is the time to start making payment decisions. For fall term, bills will be mailed in early July and payment arrangements must be made by August 12.
So what are your options? The College offers flexible payment plans through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). Your only cost is a term enrollment fee of $35. For information, go to the TMS Knox College Gateway or call 800-722-4867. Payments can also be made by mail or credit card. Learn more about your options and payment due dates for the year.
Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Loans
If you are a financial aid recipient, the pending financial aid credits shown on the fall term billing statement you will be receiving in July are based on the most recent information we have in the Financial Aid Office. If you have questions about pending financial aid, scholarship, or loan credits on your account, e-mail the Office of Financial Aid or call 309-341-7149. Learn more about paying tuition and fees, financial aid, scholarships, and loans.
Find a Campus Job that Suits Your Needs and Interests
Videographer, lifeguard, tour guide -- many exciting jobs are available for students who would like to work up to 10 hours each week on campus. Preference for employment is given to students who have been awarded Federal Work Study or Campus Employment in their financial aid package. Unsure if you have a work award? Review your financial aid award letter, which will list "Campus Employment" or "Federal Work Study" if you are eligible. If you have questions, contact the Office of Financial Aid. Learn more about student employment at Knox.
If you are interested in applying for a job, follow these steps:
- Bring with you a state-issued driver's license or a state-issued photo I.D. and an original Social Security card or birth certificate.
- Attend the Campus Job Session during New Student Orientation to learn more about the student employment process.
- If you have any special skills, bring a resume and samples of things you have done in the past, such as writing, art, design, publications, or photography.
- All students must direct deposit their pay as a condition of employment. If you need to set up an account, PNC Bank has a full service ATM on campus and can assist you in setting up an account during Orientation.
Visit the 2017 Facebook Group
Is there a job you would like to have on campus? Let your classmates know on the Knox 2017 Facebook group.