Cameron University realizes that many students prefer to pay their tuition and fees in installments instead of one lump sum. With this in mind, CU gives students the option to pay their student account in installments.
Do I need to sign up for a payment plan?
No. Cameron University does not require students to sign up for a payment plan. Students who prefer to pay in installments simply need to plan their payments and make them on time. Once term charges are posted to students' accounts, students are able to begin making payments on their account.
How do I plan my payment amounts?
Students are able to make payments in various amounts; however, CU's suggested installment plan is to make four monthly payments in the fall and spring semesters and two monthly payments in the summer term. Students should determine the amount of their required installment payment by taking the total balance due for tuition, mandatory fees, and housing (if applicable) after scholarships and financial aid are applied and divide by four. Students enrolling in the summer should divide by two.
Students following CU's suggested installment plan should make their payments by:
How do I make my payments?
Online Payments: To make a payment online, log into AggieAccess. Click on the "My Info" tab, and select "Access Touchnet - Bills/Payments."
Walk-In Payment: Payment may be made in person at One Stop in the McMahon Centennial Complex Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Telephone Payment: Payment may be made via telephone using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. Call (580) 581-2219 or (580) 581-2393 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Mail-In Payment: Make checks payable to Cameron University. Mail the check or money order to: Cameron University, Attn: Cashier, 2800 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505. Include your name and student identification number on the check.
Is there a service charge?
Yes. Interest charges of 1.5% will be assessed on the remaining balance of student accounts each month, beginning in October for the fall semester, March for the spring semester, and July for the summer semester. Student accounts with a balance remaining after the last day of the semester will be assessed a $50 late fee.
Will I be put on a financial hold if I'm current on my payments?
As long as 75% of your tuition and fees are paid and 100% of your housing charges are paid by October 15th for fall, March 15th for spring, and July 15th for summer, you will not be placed on a financial hold.
Students who have not met the 75% threshold for tuition and fees and 100% threshold for housing charges by these dates will be placed on a financial hold which will prohibit registering for classes and getting transcripts, diplomas, or other official documents. The financial hold will remain on the account until the account is paid in full.
What if I have financial aid?
Students receiving financial aid should calculate their payment amounts after financial aid has been applied. If a student is unsure of their financial aid status, it is recommended they plan payments based on receiving no aid and adjust payments later if financial aid is received once the payments have begun.
In the event of an overpayment, the student would be reimbursed the overpaid amount to the refund selection the student chose through their BankMobile account.
Who can I contact with questions?
Please contact the Cashiers at One Stop by calling (580) 581-2227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.