What is a third-party payment?
A payment is considered to be from a third-party if the following three conditions are met:
The third-party company or organization covers the student’s cost of attendance or the majority of the charges associated for the term.
Payments are remitted directly to Quinnipiac. This means the student does not receive the payment from the organization in order to pay university invoices.
Please note: Payments made directly to the student cannot qualify under a third-party payment method and are managed as standard payments.
The student is provided with a letter from a company or organization indicating the maximum allowable tuition benefit for the academic year. In cases where organizations require us to send an invoice, the letter should also contain the organization’s contact information.
Students will be required to pay in full if the third-party fails to remit payment to the university by the Sunday of the third week of the semester. Students who do not remit payment for any past due amount will not be permitted to register for additional classes. Payments that remain outstanding for a period of time will be transferred to an external collection agency.