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Billing and Payments

Step 1: Know Your Billing Cycle

The annual billing cycle for a student taking classes in the traditional schedule is based on two semesters beginning in August and January of each academic year. For students taking classes during the summer session, billing will take place in May.

Students are expected to pay their tuition balance by the due date to avoid cancellation of their schedules and late payment fees.

View Billing Schedule

 Invoices Mailed
 Balance Due
 Beginning second week of July, then weekly thereafter.
 August 8
 Beginning second week of November, then weekly thereafter.
 January 1
 Begin date varies based on course registration date. Refer to MyKC for up to date information.
 Due Friday before your registered term begins

Key Kard Transactions

Learn how to add money or transfer financial aid to your KeyKard.

Step 2: Understand Your Invoice

Download a sample invoice.

Students who do not receive a semester invoice should promptly notify Student Central. Remember, you can log into MyKC to view your account balance at any time

Step 3: Pay Your Bill

There are a variety of ways to pay your bill at Keystone College. The College accepts cash, money orders, checks, and all major credit cards. Please contact Student Central for questions about any of the acceptable forms of payment listed below.

To make a payment in person please visit Student Central on the first floor of Ward Hall.

By Mail
Mail a check or money order to Keystone College Student Central
First Floor Ward Hall, One College Green, La Plume, PA 18440

Make an online payment through our MyKC student portal.

Wire Transfer
Wire transfers from Peoples Security Bank & Trust are accepted.

  • ABA # 031311807 | Glenburn, PA
  • For further credit to Keystone College Account # 0009004384.
  • A $15.00 charge for each wire transfer will be reflected on the student’s account as a “bank charge.”

Payment Plans
Keystone College has payment plan options through TMS payment program for students who are unable to pay in full by the invoice due date.

Tuition Deferment

Do you have a tuition reimbursement plan with your employer? Find out more about our tuition deferment plan.