Student account inquiries, employee payment/reimbursement statements: contact Student Accounts Rep., Tammy McElmurry at 270-247-8521 ext.386, or Greg Slusmeyer at ext 239.
For grades, contact registrar’s office at 270-247-8521 ext. 228.
All balances, not covered by financial aid or payment plan, are due the first day of class each semester. Remit payment to Mid-Continent University 99 Powell Road East Mayfield, KY 42066 Attn: Cashier. We accept cash, personal check, cashier check, money order, VISA or MasterCard. If unsure of the balance due, contact your financial aid officer and student accounts representative. If this balance is not paid on time, the student’s class schedule may be purged.
Students with unpaid balances will not receive an official report of grades or a diploma. Failure to pay will make the student liable for exclusion from Mid-Continent.
To sign up for the interest free monthly payment plan, the student is to go to FACTS Tuition Management. There is a $50 per term nonrefundable enrollment fee, which is automatically deducted within 14 days of the agreement being posted to the FACTS system. When registering, the student may budget his/her tuition by automatic bank payments (ACH) or credit card charge and choose the 5th or 20th of the month to make payment. The number of payments may be as many as 5, depending on the time of registration. If a payment is missed, a FACTS Missed Payment Fee will be assessed from the student’s account. Contact Alana Champion at 270-247-8521 EXT 386 for more details.
Checks given in payment of fees and charges will be accepted subject to final bank clearance. If the student’s bank does not honor the check and returns the check unpaid, the student will pay the applicable late penalty fee. Mid-Continent may cancel registration if payment is not cleared within 10 days.
All checks returned by the bank as unpaid for any reason will carry a penalty of $20.00 per check. Any account for tuition, fees, room and board paid by a check, which is returned by the bank, will be considered not paid.
Students who do not clear all returned checks within ten working days may be administratively withdrawn for nonpayment of required fees and/or be subjected to the appropriate legal action. Students who have had two or more returned checks will lose check-writing privileges on campus.
Residual checks will not be issued until the student’s account balance is paid in full. Students, whose financial aid exceeds their account balance, will receive a residual check within 14 days of the date the credit balance occurs on the account.
If a student receives financial aid, then decides to withdraw, a return of Title IV funds will be completed by the financial aid officer. If a student withdraws before completing 60% of the semester, a percentage of unearned funds will by returned to the government or lender. The student accounts representative will use the same percentage formula for pro-ration of tuition/fees credit. This percentage is calculated based on the number of days not completed and the number of days in the semester less holidays. If a student completes more than 60% of the semester, no federal funds will be returned, nor will the student receive any tuition/fees credit.
The state government rules for KTG state that if a student receives KTG then withdraws at any point within the semester, they will lose all of the KTG grant.
If after the completion of returning funds occurs, the student owes a balance, they will be responsible to pay that balance by the due date on the student statement.