Welcome to Student Finance in Enrollment Services! Below you will find information regarding billing, payments, taxes, meal plans and many other helpful items. If you are interested in financial aid, please visit the Financial Aid website.
Fall Semester Bills Important Information
Fall semester charges will be available on July 6, 2021! Here’s what you need to know:
Students will receive a notification from our partner Nelnet when a fall statement is available.
By clicking “Make a Payment” from the email notification, students will be directed to Nelnet to create & verify their account information. You can also:
Students can also access their financial account via workday.furman.edu. Click on Finances to view transactions. Under “My Account” you can select:
Need more information? Check out workdaytraining.furman.edu under Student and Finances.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Fall Semester payment due date is 8/15/2021 unless you have a payment plan
Authorized Users in TMS are no longer valid – students must add an Authorized Party in Nelnet for a parent to have account access
Workday Finance Goes Live on July 6, 2021
Furman offers different payment plans to help spread out semester tuition payments.
Payment Plan Types Registration Dates Number of Payments 1st Payment Due Date
5- month payment plan 7/1/2021 – 7/13/2021 5 7/15/2021
4- month payment plan 8/1/2021 – 8/12/2021 4 8/15/2021
3- month payment plan 9/1/2021 – 9/13/2021 3 9/15/2021
Mailing Address: Furman University, Enrollment Services, 3300 Poinsett Highway, Greenville, SC 29613
Generally, this is the process for Prepaid/529 Plans:
For 529 Savings/Prepaid Plans:
For Remaining balances after PrePaid and/or 529:
If you have a balance greater than the amount that your prepaid and/or 529 plan is covering, you have the option to pay the remaining balance by August 15, 2021, or you can register for a payment plan. Current Balance Due – (PrePaid + 529) = Remaining Balance
Fall and Spring Meal Plans
Log into the Housing Self-Service portal to change your meal plan between July 6 – August 17th. The last day to change a meal plan for Fall semester is Friday, August 27th.
How to change your meal plan in the Housing Portal:
Dining > Dining Plans > Fall 2021 > Change my Meal Plan > Select your new meal plan > Click Purchase Meal Plan
Furman University has partnered with GradGuard™ to offer tuition insurance from Allianz Global Assistance.
The tuition protection plan is like an extension of our refund policy. It can reimburse up to 100% of your nonrefundable school costs after a mid semester withdrawal for a covered illness, injury, psychological condition, and more—protecting your investment in higher education. Visit the GradGuard™ website for more details.
Insurance must be purchased prior to the first day of classes. Coverage extends through the end of that semester. Tuition insurance is completely optional. The agreement you enter into is with GradGuard, not with Furman University.
1098-T forms are provided to all students with qualified tuition and related expenses each January. The form reports amounts paid based on transaction date. Accordingly, spring semester charges are reported in the previous calendar year if you register prior to January 1.
We can address questions about the amounts reported on your 1098-T, Specific questions regarding eligibility of the Hope Scholarship, Lifetime Learning or American Opportunity tax credit should be referred to your tax advisor.
Students may view and print duplicate copies of their 1098-T by logging into their MyFurman account, selecting the “student financial information” menu and the “view 1098T” option.
Federal tax credits available to eligible students. Consult current IRS publications to learn more.
Federal tax benefits which may be available for those saving for or paying higher education costs. Find out more from the IRS.
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The Dining Hall is not available during the summer to students.
Furman does not provide a health insurance plan for its domestic students. International students are required to purchase a plan provided by EIIA. The Earle Student Health Center on campus operates like other physician offices/health practices. Students should bring their health insurance card with them when visiting the center. Students’ primary insurance provider will be billed. Please check with your family insurance provider to make sure that the student will be adequately covered while away at school. Your insurance provider may require an enrollment certification for your student.
Furman does provide all undergraduate day students with a Student Sickness Benefits Plan (at no additional cost) that will generally cover co-payments. Find out more about this coverage.