Students at Zane State College are served by two departments in regards to finances: 

Financial Aid can assist you with exploring your options for paying for college. Questions about FAFSA, federal loans and grants, financial aid verification, and exit counseling should be directed here.

Contact Financial Aid
fasworker@zanestate.edu
Location: College Hall, Room 115

The Business Office can assist you with your account. Questions about tuition payments, payment plans and refunds should be directed here.

Contact the Business Office
businessoffice@zanestate.edu
Location: College Hall, Room 118

Payment Deadlines

 

Spring 2020 Payment Deadlines
Description Date Time
Tuition and Fee Deadline 12/18/2019 1:00 PM
First Payment of Payment Plan 2/19/2020 1:00 PM
Final Payment of Payment Plan
Revised date indicates 4 week extension
4/29/2020 1:00 PM
Summer 2020 Payment Deadlines
Description Date Time
Tuition and Fee Deadline 4/29/2020 1:00 PM
First Payment of Payment Plan 6/24/2020 1:00 PM
Final Payment of Payment Plan 7/22/2020 1:00 PM

Refunds

Spring 2020 Refunds    
If you are enrolled in… During these dates… Your refund is issued on…
Full-Semester Courses January 13 - May 9
(16 week course)
February 20
First-Term Courses January 13 - March 7
(8-week course)
February 20
Second-Term Courses March 16 - May 9
(8-week course)
April 23
One Time Loans are refunded on February 20 (First Disbursement) and March 19 (Second Disbursement)
Multiple term refunds are disbursed on April 2
     
Summer 2020 Refunds    
If you are enrolled in… During these dates… Your refund is issued on…
Full-Semester Courses May 18 - August 8
(12 week course)
June 25
First-Term Courses May 18 - July 11
(6-week course)
June 25
Eight Week Term Courses June 15 - August 8
(8-week course)
July 23
One Time Loans are refunded on June 25 (First Disbursement) and July 23   (Second Disbursement)
Multiple term refunds are disbursed on July 2

Tuition Adjustments

Spring 2020 tuition Adjustments for Withdrawal and Drops from Courses
If you are enrolled in… And you withdraw or drop
 from classes during…
Your tuition is credited by…
FYEX / CULA or OPOTA:
January 6 - May 2
January 2 - May 16
January 5 - 11
January 12 - 18
January 19 - 25
January 26 and On
100%
50%
25%
No adjustment
Full Semester:
January 13 - May 9
or
First Term:
January 13 - March 7
January 12 - 18
January 19 - 25
January 26 - February 1
February 2 and On
100%
50%
25%
No adjustment

Second Term
March 16 - May 9

 

March 15 - 28
March 29 - April 4
April 5 - 11
April 12 and On

Revised dates indicate a 1 week extension

100%
50%
25%
No adjustment
     
Summer 2020 tuition Adjustments for Withdrawal and Drops from Courses
If you are enrolled in… And you withdraw or drop
 from classes during…
Your tuition is credited by…
Full Semester:
May 18 - August 8
or
First Term:
May 18 - July 11
May 18 - 23
May 24 - 30
May 31 - June 6
June 7 and On
100%
50%
25%
No adjustment
Eight Week Term
June 15 - August 20
June 15 - 20
June 21 - 27
June 28 - July 4
July 5 and On
100%
50%
25%
No adjustment

 

Fall Semester Deadlines

Submit your FAFSA before May 1 each academic year to maximize your financial aid package.

Submit all requested Verification Documentation before July 1 each academic year to ensure aid to be in place by the Fall Fee Payment deadline.

Loan Deadlines:

  • To meet the Fee Payment deadline: July 18
  • To meet the Refund Date: Sept 10

Payment Deadlines

When is the tuition payment deadline?
Tuition is due in full a few weeks prior to the start of classes. To see the specific date go to MY ZSC; navigate to the Finance page, then go to the payment deadline section.

What happens if I miss the deadline and I do not have not signed a payment plan agreement?
You will be dropped from the current semester courses, and will need to pay an additional $45 re-registration fee to register for available classes.

What time is the payment deadline?
Payment deadline are always at 1PM on the due date.

 

Tuition Adjustments

Will dropping courses or withdrawing from classes impact my financial aid?
Yes, withdrawing from courses after receiving financial aid/and or disbursements may result in repayment of aid funds to the college. It is best to confirm the impact by checking with the financial aid department at fasworker@zanestate.edu.

Will I receive a reduction in Instructional and General charges if I drop or withdraw from courses?
The tuition adjustment amount is based on the date of drop or withdrawal. You may view the tuition adjustment schedule by going to MY ZSC; navigate to the Finance page, then go to the Tuition Adjustments section.

Are all fee types refundable?
No, only the Instructional and General fees are adjusted according to the tuition adjustment dates, other fees may be non-refundable, or only refundable during the first week of classes. Please contact the business office at businessoffice@zanestate.edu for specific fee questions.Refunds

What is BankMobile?
BankMobile is our refund distributor, in order to receive a refund of excess financial aid or tuition adjustments you must select a refund option at https://www.refundselection.com

When will I receive my refund?
Refunds disbursement begins at the end of the sixth week of classes, your specific timing may vary based on course timing, financial aid regulations, and refund selection choice. You may view the refund schedule by going to MY ZSC; navigate to the finance page, then go to the Refund Date section.

What are my refund selection choices?
You may sign up for a BankMobile/Vibe checking account and your refund will be deposited and available to you on the same day it is disbursed. Or you may select to have your refund deposited into an existing bank account and your refund will be deposited and available within 2-3 business days from the disbursement date. If you do not make a selection your refund will be delayed.

 

Statement Balance

What is a Statement Balance?
Your statement balance shows the amount owed for a semester’s tuition and fees.

How do I view my statement balance?
You will receive a statement balance in the mail. At any time your statement balance is viewable by logging into your account on My ZSC. After logging in, navigate from Finances > My Finances.

 

Paying Your Tuition and Fees

How do I pay my statement balance?
Pay in full by logging into My ZSC or visiting campus. After logging in, navigate from Finances > My Finances. If you wish to make partial payments throughout the semester, read further on this page about starting a Payment Plan.

What do I do if I can’t pay my balance immediately?
Read further on this page about starting a Payment Plan.

Why is financial aid not applied to my balance?
Please get in touch with the Financial Aid office at fasworker@zanestate.edu.

Why is my Zane State College Foundation Scholarship or Academic Award not applied to my balance?
Please get in touch with the Foundation office at foundation@zanestate.edu.

Why is my outside funding (Veterans, JFS, Union Education, fee waiver, tuition reimbursement, etc.) not applied to my balance?
Please get in touch with the Business office at businessoffice@zanestate.edu.

 

Payment Plan

What is a Payment Plan?
A payment plan holds your place in your semester’s classes when you are unable to meet the initial payment due date. A payment plan costs $30 and allows you to make payments toward your balance throughout the semester.

How do I start a Payment Plan?
Fill out an application online at My ZSC. After logging in, navigate from Finances > My Finances > Start a Payment Plan.

Why is my payment plan not processing?
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