For the first time, students at Kennesaw State University won't have to pay for the cost of tuition, mandatory fees, university meal plans and housing up-front.
The university will roll out an interest-free payment plan July 1 that gives students the option to spread tuition payments throughout the semester.
“We strive to provide effective options and services for our students at Kennesaw State,” said Rita Adams, the university’s bursar. “The Nelnet Tuition Payment Plan is a resource we hope will make it easier for students to budget registration-related costs each semester.”
It costs $50 per semester to enroll in the online program, which covers up to $5,500 per semester for tuition and fees, university officials said.