Fees must be paid in full, or other payment arrangements approved, by the deadline to avoid schedule cancellations/deletions.
Fee Payment Options
- Payments in Person
Payments can be made directly to the Business Office Cashiers located on the First Floor of Derryberry Hall at Window #2 and Window #3. Payments accepted at cashier windows include cash, check, and money order. Beginning July 1, 2019 all credit card payments must be made online via Eagle Pay.
Please Note: Each semester, cashiers will be available in the Business Office, Derryberry Hall Windows #2 and #3, until 3:30 PM CST and until 4:30 PM CST on published deadlines located on the University Calendar.
- Payments By Mail
Checks are the only payment method accepted by mail. Please make sure to include your Student ID on the memo line of the check. All payments by mail must be received in the Business Office by the published deadline date on the University Calendar.
Tennessee Tech University
Cookeville, TN 38505-0001
- Online Payment Options
Using Eagle Online
- Confirm Enrollment.
- Check your student account balance.
- Make a payment towards your balance.
Making Payments Online
- Check your student account balance.
- Make a payment towards your balance using a credit card or ACH transaction.
- View your payment history.
- Store your payment methods for quick and easy payment.
As a student, provide permission to others (parents, employers, etc) to view your bill and make payments.
- View and print your billing statement.
- Enroll in a deferred payment plan so you can pay your balance in installments.
- Make a payment toward one of your installments.
- Schedule future installment payments.
- Enter your bank account information so that refunds can be deposited into your account electronically.
- Deferred Payment Plan (Fall and Spring Semesters Only)
All registration fees, dormitory rent and meal plan charges are payable in advance unless the deferred payment plan is approved. A deferred payment plan is available for fall and spring semesters for students owing $500.00 or more after all financial aid, loans and discounts are applied.
Deferment of payment for registration fees, residence hall rental, and meal plans is available for individuals meeting program requirements. The terms are as follows: 25% of amount due for allowable deferred expenses after all financial aid has been applied plus a nonrefundable $50.00 fee for deferring is due upon selecting the deferred plan.
The second, third, and forth payments of 25% each are due on the last working day of subsequent months. Fees, housing and board are deferrable; incidental charges, traffic fines, etc. are examples of items that are not deferrable.
Fall Deferred Plan
Spring Deferred Plan
1st Payment - At Plan Enrollment 1st Payment - At Plan Enrollment 2nd Payment -Last Working Day (M-F) of September 2nd Payment -Last Working Day (M-F) of February 3rd Payment - Last Working Day (M-F) of October 3rd Payment - Last Working Day (M-F) of March 4th Payment - Last Working Day (M-F) of November 4th Payment - Last Working Day (M-F) of April
A nonrefundable $25.00 late payment penalty will be assessed for each 2nd, 3rd, and 4th payment not received by the applicable due date.
Any amount remaining unpaid (less any applicable drop or withdrawal credit) is still due even if a student withdraws or does not remain in school.
Once a payment is made, any changes to the deferred plan will require calling the business office at 931-372-3311.
If you have been designated as ineligible for the deferred plan, you will need to contact the business office at 931-372-3311 to discuss the issue.
If you have questions or comments regarding this site or the information given here, please contact email@example.com.
- Mobile Bill Payment
College students are always on the go and deadlines can easily creep up on them.
To help make their lives, and the lives of their parents, easier, Tennessee Tech University is accepting campus payments through mobile devices.
Students and parents can log in to the Student Account Suite to see account information, account activity and payment history. Payment methods can be saved for future use or to facilitate refunds, and future payments can be scheduled. Parents or other family members who have been authorized to use Tennessee Tech’s online bill payment system will also have mobile access to view and pay accounts.
The mobile bill pay feature works on any web-capable device, and payments are compliant with the Payment Card Industry data security standards. Receipts are emailed after payments are completed.
Students must log in to the main bill payment website at least once to authenticate their accounts before using mobile bill pay.
The mobile bill pay site can be accessed through a QR code or here.
Questions: Please direct any questions regarding payments to a member of the cashiering staff at (931) 372-3311 or firstname.lastname@example.org.