Billing and Payments

Here are some things to know about billing and payments at Flagler College.

Billing Procedures

All students enrolled in their first semester at Flagler College will receive a one-time mailed statement to their legal address on file. 

These statements are mailed one month before the semester's due dates. Your financial information and personal privacy are secured by state-of-the-art, need-based data encryption, security certification, and access control. 

Please visit for all student account activity. There are two viewable sections on the online payment site.

  • Statements are provided online instead of mailed paper statements reflecting only account activity for that date.
  • The Activity Details option shows all current and instant activity on the student's account. This is where students and parents are advised to view all updated information on their student accounts.

Payment Policy

Pay In Person

You can pay  in person with checks or cash at our office:

Hanke Hall, 2nd Floor
63 Cordova St.
St. Augustine, Fla. 32084

Pay by Check

Checks can also be mailed to:

Flagler College
Attn: Student Accounts
74 King Street
St. Augustine, Fla. 32084

*Please include the name of the student and student ID number on the check

Pay by Credit Card

All major credit cards are accepted through the online payment site

Note: An e-Check payment can be made at no additional charge. Any credit/debit card payment will automatically apply an additional 2.85% transaction fee.

Payment Plan

  • The College offers a five-month installment payment plan. Re-enrollment is required each semester with a nominal enrollment fee while enrolled in the plan.
  • Students, parents, or any other responsible billing party on the student's account can enroll online and agree to contract requirements with an electronic signature.

International Payments

Pay by Flywire

Pay through Convera through the Transact Payment Site

Note: Financial obligations must be met in a reasonable manner to ensure enrollment. Students and graduating students with an outstanding balance on their financial account will not receive a diploma or be issued a transcript until that balance is fully satisfied.