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The Knox College Office of Student Financial Services offers convenient payment arrangements to manage college costs. Learn about your options and payment due dates for the year.
You have the option of paying your bill in full each term with one payment or enrolling in a payment plan through CashNet, which allows you to make monthly payments per term. The payment plan is not a loan and there are no interest charges. The only cost is an enrollment fee of $35 each term. Payment plans for each term can be set up for either four months or three months.
You can view your bill or make payments online begining in mid-July. Log onto my.knox.edu and choose the "My Account" app under the Knox Apps dropdown in the left column. This will take you to a Financial Services page, where you will find a link called "Student Finance Center."
The Student Finance Center link takes you to the CashNet portal. This is where you can view your bill, which includes a breakdown of fees, financial aid, and recent payments. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at email@example.com if you have questions about financial aid, scholarships, or loan credits on your account.
You can also make online payments or set up a payment plan for the term in the CashNet portal. Under "Payers," you can give access to this portal to other individuals who may be assisting you with your finances. Simply complete the CASHNet form that appears after clicking the "Send a payer invitation" link.
We're here to help you find the best payment option for you and your family. If you have any questions, contact our Office of Student Financial Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 309-341-7149.
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