On behalf of the staff in the Office of Student Accounts, welcome to Livingstone College! On this website you will be able to obtain important information about tuition and fee costs, as well as related account information. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the information on this website and check it frequently for updated information. It is our staff’s commitment to provide each student with an excellent customer service experience. Please do not hesitate to contact us or stop by Student Accounts (Price Building) for further assistance. We look forward to working with you.
The Office of Student Accounts is dedicated to assisting students with their financial management needs throughout their experience at Livingstone College. The primary function of the Student Accounts Office is to coordinate and maintain all aspects of the student’s financial account, including the billing of tuition, room, board and fees. Other responsibilities include mailing bills, processing payments, posting financial aid, issuing refunds and maintaining payment plans. Our helpful and knowledgeable representatives are standing by to assist you and your family with whatever questions or concerns you may have.
Director of Student Accounts
Student Accounts Coordinator
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phone: (704) 216-6081
Fax: (704) 216-6321
Fall 2016 bills will be available soon! Full payment or approved payment plans must be made by 5 pm on the bill due date or schedules will be purged.
Please monitor your student accounts regularly for any adjustments consisting of credits or any direct charges assessed by the College. Direct charges for incoming students include Tuition and Fees, Room and Board, and Book Rental.
Avoid the registration lines and validate (pay outstanding balances and enroll for the term) your schedule now. Payment ensures that your schedule will be validated and that your classes will not be purged.
1st purge is the day before official registration begins (not early registration);
2nd purge occurs on the last day of drop/add period
*Please note classes are purged due to nonpayment or balances unless prior arrangements have been made.
Enrolled students who do not register during the designated registration periods for Fall and Spring will be charged a $100 non-refundable Late Registration Fee. The fee will be charged to students who register during the Change of Registration period.
Refunds due to students will be issued after all financial obligations are satisfied. Refunds are not issued on anticipated funds. Refunds are processed according to the schedule listed below.
Student Accounts reserves the right to make changes to this schedule.
Schedule for fall and spring regular term:
2016-2017 Schedule COMING SOON!
Refunds can be picked up in Cashier Office (Price Building). If a class is dropped after drop/add period, there is no financial credit.
A student who officially withdraws from the college on or before the first day of classes will receive 100% refund of tuition and fees. A student who official withdraws from the college after the first day of classes will receive a pro rata refund as listed below. Please note that after the registration add/drop date for a given term, students requesting to drop a course (and not from the college) are not eligible to receive a pro rata refund for the dropped course.
College Withdraw Refund Percentages
1st Day of Class 100%
1st Week of Class 70%
2nd Week of Class 40%
3rd Week of Class 25%
Monthly Payment Plans
Time Management Services – Monthly Payment Plan option with an annual enrollment fee that give families the opportunity to defer the payment of tuition, fees, and room and board over the course of the academic year. For a personal consultation to choose the enrollment option that is best for you please call 800-722-4867 or visit https://livingstone.afford.com/.
See Featured Links to access online account statement balances via JICS. Once you receive your billing statement you have several options to remit payment. Visit Livingstone College website for additional details on the various payment methods listed below:
• Standard Mail – make payments via paper check along with the remittance portion of your paper bill
• Electronic Payment – make payments via JICS through student account
College policies that pertain to late payment fees, payment deadlines and enrollment restriction policies are available online in the Student Handbook. Please take time to familiarize yourself with these policies within the student handbook.