Tuition Payment Plan Furman University

At Furman, you and your family have the option to spread out your payments with our tuition payment plan from Educational Computer Systems, Inc. The plan includes two options:

  • Monthly plan: Make 10 monthly payments over the course of the academic year
  • Semester plan: Make three, four or five payments each semester

Both options are interest free. However, each plan includes a non-refundable application fee. It is $75 for the monthly plan and $50 for a semester plan. The plan is not available to students participating in study away programs. However, if a student takes a study away trip in the fall, they are eligible to take advantage of the program in the spring.

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For more information and to enroll online, visit Furman's section of the Educational Computer Systems, Inc. website. If you have additional questions, you may also contact Educational Computer Systems, Inc. at (866) 927-1438.

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