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Payment Options

Our Lady of the Lake College Online offers a payment plan through Nelnet (Formerly FACTS) Business Solutions. The payment plan allows you to divide your tuition expenses into monthly payments throughout the semester. Students or parents can sign up. The payment plan is not a loan; therefore, no interest is charged. A $30.00 non-refundable enrollment fee is due at the time you sign up.

Please note once you have established a payment plan, your fee bill/WebServices will not reflect the balance owed on your payment plan, only the balance owed on your student account outside of the payment plan. Nelnet offers two methods for your monthly payments. Payments for both are processed on the 5th of each month.

  1. Automatic Bank Draft (ACH) –  Nelnet will draft your payment directly from your checking or savings account.
  2. Credit Card – Nelnet will charge your payment to your credit card along with a convenience fee.  

NOTE REGARDING ENROLLMENT DATES: The last day to enroll is NOT your payment deadline for the semester. These dates are simply the last day that Nelnet will allow enrollment in the plan.    

What you'll need to sign up.

  • Your student ID number
  • The exact amount you want to put on the payment plan. You can find your balance due for the semester on your registration statement or on WebServices under Account Summary by Term.
  • Your credit card or bank account information
  • $30 enrollment fee

Enroll in a payment plan or manage an existing payment plan here.

Disability Services

Our Lady of the Lake College complies with the 1973 Rehabilitation Act, Section 504, the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the 2008 Americans with Disabilities Act Amended Act (ADAAA) to ensure free and equal access for qualified individuals with disabilities. Students with Disabilities must self-identify with the Disability Services Office. ADAAA Definition of Disability The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADAAA) has a three-part definition of disability. Under ADAAA, an individual with a disability is a person who: (1) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities; or (2) has a record of such impairment; or (3) is regarded as having such an impairment. Reasonable accommodations will be made for qualified students with disabilities unless they impose an undue hardship on the College. All requests for accommodation(s) that are extraordinary will be reviewed by an Ad Hoc Committee, within one week of submission. Accommodation(s) requests can be made by contacting the Office of Student Affairs at 225-490-1620.

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