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  Graduate School-Newark 2004-2006 Tuition and Fees Partial Payment Plan  

Partial Payment Plan

Graduate students who are unable to pay their term bill in full may arrange with the local cashier`s office in Blumenthal Hall, 3rd floor, to pay their bill, if it indicates a net balance due of $200 or more, in three installments under the partial payment plan, as follows:

1.First payment: 50 percent of the net balance due plus a $25 nonrefundable partial payment fee payable on or before the due date indicated on the term bill.

2.Second payment: 25 percent of the net balance due on or before September 15 for the fall term and on or before February 1 for the spring term.

3.Third payment: net balance due on or before October 14 for the fall term and on or before March 1 for the spring term.

Any student submitting a term bill after classes have begun for the term must make payment according to the following schedule:

1.First payment: 50 percent of net balance due plus a $25 nonrefundable partial payment fee.

2.Second payment: net balance due on or before October 14 for the fall term and on or before March 1 for the spring term.

Any subsequent installment not paid on time incurs an initial late fee of $25. The university reserves the right to increase the partial payment plan fee if deemed necessary.


 
For additional information, contact RU-info at 732/932-info (4636) or colonel.henry@rutgers.edu.
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