Starting in Fall 2022, all billing will be done electronically via Nelnet, ensuring a convenient, secure, cost-effective, and paperless process. Printed bills will no longer be mailed. Students can add parents or a third party as authorized users and will receive automatic email notifications. Payments can be done via bank account or credit cards. Payment plans are also available through the due date on the bill.
Students can check their Hilbert email in June for their fall bill which will be due July 1, 2022.
Hilbert also currently offers a monthly payment program which divides the semester’s tuition into four monthly payments. Effective with the Fall 2022 semester, the finance charge ranges from $45-$100, depending upon the amount financed on the plan. You will be required to complete a tuition plan promissory note. Payments received after the ten-day grace period following the due date are assessed a $35 late fee.
To access Nelnet, log into your Self-service account. On the Finance tab, select Payment Options.
Tuition and fees are billed in advance for advance-registered students. Those who register through the drop/add period are billed immediately and payment is due upon receipt of the invoice.
All tuition balances are payable by the published due date on the invoice. Preferred payment method is on-line, however, cash, check, MasterCard, VISA, and Discover are currently acceptable in the office. Payment arrangements for any outstanding balance must be made by the published due date on the invoice. Failure to respond by the payment due date will result in a late fee.
Notice to customers paying with a credit card - Effective September 1, 2022, a surcharge of 3.50% will be imposed when paying with a credit card, which is not greater than our cost of acceptance. The adjustment will appear on your receipt. The College does not surcharge debit cards. Any payments made with a debit card or cash/check will not include a surcharge. This fee is not charged or paid to Hilbert College.
For delinquent accounts, outside collection and legal action will be taken to secure payment due to the college. The cost of these collection services will be the student’s responsibility.
If your account is not fully paid or deferred upon by the payment due date you must contact the Student Finance Office, located on the second floor of Franciscan Hall, for further instructions.
Connect with our Student Finance Office for any monetary or financial aid questions, concerns, or issues. Located in Franciscan Hall, on the second floor, we strive to help you succeed.
Office Hours (Through July 29)
Monday - Thursday:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Looking for a more personalized approach? Reach out to our staff.
Director of Student Financial Services/Bursar
Student Finance Counselor
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Associate Dean of Student Financial Services
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