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Paying for Classes

There are four easy ways to pay tuition and fees:

  • In-person: Stop by Student Services with a personal check, cash, or credit/debit card.
  • Mail: Remit payment by check to FHTC Accounts Receivable, 3301 W. 18th Avenue, Emporia, Kansas 66801.
  • Phone: Pay with a credit or debit card by calling 620-343-4600.
  • Online: Log in to my.fhtc.edu to pay online with a credit/debit card.

Finance Policy

Payment in full, payment arrangements (payment plan) and/or financial aid to cover all student account balances must be established by the first day of each semester. If these arrangements have not been made by the first day of each semester a student will be administratively withdrawn.

Early admission programs may require payment in full, payment arrangements and/or financial aid to be established at least 30 days in advance of each semester in order to avoid being administratively withdrawn. Students enrolling in courses after the start of a semester will be required to have payment arrangements finalized at the time of registration.

Statements will be available electronically and can be viewed by logging in to the student’s my.FHTC.edu account.

Students with an outstanding balance will be assessed a $50.00 monthly late fee if payment is not received. A hold will be placed on a student’s account if payments are not made by the due dates. Grades, diplomas/certificates and transcripts will be held until payment is received. Students with a balance due to FHTC must have the balance paid in full before enrolling in future classes.

Payment Plans

Students entering into a payment plan with FHTC will work with Nelnet, a convenient budget planning company. The student must pay a $25.00 per semester, nonrefundable Nelnet Enrollment Fee and pay a percentage of the balance due at the time of enrollment for the payment plan. Tuition and fee payments will be automatically deducted on the 5th or 20th of each month from a checking or savings account. A student may also have their payment charged to their credit card. Students may sign up for the payment plan and receive additional information in the Business Office.

Third-Party Billing

Students that are receiving funding through third-party billing (WIA, SRS, etc.) are often required by the agency to submit verification of attendance and grades. It is the student’s responsibility to request necessary verification from either their instructor or the Dean of Enrollment Management and provide it to the requesting agency.

Nelnet College Payment Plan View Link
Third Party Payment Authorization View Document
Viewing Your Online Account Statement & Paying Your Account Online View Document