e-Cashier Payment Plan
An easier way to pay for college classes.
What is e-Cashier?
- Automatic monthly payments
- No interest or finance charges
- No qualifying or credit search
- Secure online transactions
Electronic Payment Methods
- Checking or savings account
- Debit card
- Credit card (American Express, Visa, Mastercard, Discover)
- If you choose automatic monthly payments there is a $35 per semester, non-refundable, enrollment fee.
How to Get Started
Log in to MyHarper Student Portal. Select the My Payments tab, then select Set Up Payment Plan / e-Cashier.
If you are eligible for tuition reduction due to employment in-district, agreements with other schools or business, or other adjustments, please allow up to an hour for processing.
e-Cashier Enrollment Dates
Please verify the accuracy of the amounts when you are setting up your plan. The amounts provided show the amount of your actual expenses for the courses you are enrolled in at this time.
Updates to the records are not automatic, it may take up to one hour. If you recently added or dropped a course it might not have been updated yet. If the amount is incorrect do not sign up for a payment plan until it is corrected, otherwise it will take your down payment based on that data and the changes will be made to your future payments.
Also, if it is showing the out-of-district rates, but it should be the in-district rates, your down payment will be taken at the higher rate. You can either wait to sign up for a plan until it gets corrected or sign up at the higher rate. Pay the down payment at the higher rate and the future payments will be lower when it is corrected.
Be aware of the payment due dates if you decide to wait. You will not be exempt from being dropped for non-payment if you are waiting for a change.
Unsettled e-Cashier Fees
If there are any fees that remain unsettled from a past payment plan, students will be required to pay those outstanding fees before they will be eligible to register for any new payment plans.
Any attempt to register for a new payment plan without paying all unsettled fees will result in an error message. The message will detail any unsettled fees and provide directions for where and how to pay them.