Saint Leo University offers a convenient way to automatically withdraw payments from your banking or credit card account over the course of each semester or term. The Saint Leo University Payment Plan option allows students to divide the amount due from the billing statement into multiple installments.
Payment plans may be set up by logging into eLion or by clicking here. Students must go through a one-time user account set up process with Official Payments, our payment plan partner. After doing so, the student may set up payment plans for each term.
- Each payment plan setup requires a $35 non-refundable fee to be paid at the time of plan registration.
- Students may store multiple payment methods in their online wallet.
- Payment due dates are flexible and may be adjusted up to 15 days. (Payments that take place 10 days or more after the due date are subject to a late fee.)
- For a payment plan user guide please click here.
Debit or credit cards may be used to pay balances at my.saintleo.edu through the ‘Pay On My Account’ feature in eLion or through the Saint Leo University Payment Plan System. First time users for the Saint Leo University Payment Plan System should see above the directions above for information on how to sign in. Detailed instructions on how to make a payment online can be found here.
Pay by Mail
To pay by mail, please send a check or money order to:
Saint Leo University, Inc.
P.O. Box 628301
Orlando, FL 32862-8301
**Be sure to include your student ID with your check or money order so that the university can credit the correct account with your payment.**
Students can make payments by check, money order, credit/debit card or cash at Student Financial Services, located in the heart of Saint Edward Hall.
Students that agree to and participate in educational services provided by Saint Leo University incur a financial obligation to the University. Financial obligations may include but are not limited to tuition, fees, housing, meal plans, and any other additional costs. Payments are due prior to the start of a semester/term unless specifically deferred by tuition assistance, tuition remission, or authorized payment options. Students should be financially prepared to meet University expenses at the start of the term.
It is the responsibility of the student to apply for and utilize eligible financial aid to assist with covering the charges of educational services received. Financial aid includes but is not limited to, federal financial aid, state financial aid or loan funding. Additional funding that will appear as a credit on the student account statement includes but is not limited to employer tuition assistance, federal tuition assistance or veteran’s administration benefits. It is the responsibility of the student to review account charges, understanding that once all financial aid and/or additional funding is applied, it is the responsibility of the student to pay any charges still outstanding and any new charges by the due date.
Past Due Accounts
If financial obligations are not met by the due date, past due student account balances will receive a financial balance hold 15 days past the balance due date. A financial hold will prevent future registrations as well as other services being offered in accordance with University policy. A late fee of 1% (12% annually) will be added to any past due balance each month. Delinquent student account balances may be reported to a credit bureau and referred to collection agencies or litigated. If referred to collection agencies, collection agency fees up to 33% may be added to unpaid charges. A student may also be removed from future classes if their delinquent status is not resolved timely.
Student Financial Services
Contact Student Financial Services with any concerns regarding payment of past due balances on your account, as well as billing and payment questions, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 800-240-7658.