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Methods of Payment

We accept several methods of payment for tuition and fees. You can combine any of these methods, so long as you clear your balance due. 

Cash or Check: 

Cash may be brought to the Bursar's Office in 54 The Fenway during regular office hours. Please bring exact change. 

Personal checks, cashier's checks, and money orders are also accepted. All checks should be payable to The Boston Conservatory, payable in US dollars, and drawn from a US based bank. Please clearly note the student's ID number on all checks. When mailing checks, be sure your envelope is postmarked by the due date to avoid a Late Payment Fee. Please mail checks to our lockbox service: 

The Boston Conservatory
PO Box 360608
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-6608

Credit Cards:

We do not accept credit cards directly. If you prefer to use a credit card, you may use the Tuition Payment Plan's "Paid in Full" solution to make a one time per semester credit card payment. Only MasterCard, American Express, and Discover are accepted.  Make your payment at http://tuitionpaymentplan.com/bcpayinfull

Wire Transfer: 

If you would like to wire your payment and are sending the funds from outside the US, please use peerTransfer. Schedule your payment at bostonconservatory.peertransfer.com. Depending on your home country, they offer one or more payment methods for you to choose from. 

To wire your funds from a bank inside the US, please  contact the Bursar's office for account details.

Payment Plans:

The Tuition Payment Plan offered by Higher One is an interest free option for students to pay their balance in monthly installments. There are plans for just one semester and plans for the entire academic year. Plans may only include current balances. There is an enrollment fee for each plan, which varies by plan type.  To enroll in a plan, visit http://tuitionpaymentplan.com/bc or call (800-635-0120). Please note, due to the short duration of the summer tersm, payment plans are not available for the summer. 

All installments must be paid on-time. Any late payments are subject to late fees from Higher One. Plans with two consecutive delinquent payments will be cancelled due to non-payment. Upon cancellation for non-payment, we reserve the right to block students from using payment plans in the future. 

529 Plans:

Please work with your 529 Plan Administrator to have funds sent by the payment due date. If your benefit is through Florida Prepaid Tuition, College Illinois!, or Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan, please contact the Bursar's Office for information specific to you plan. 

Financial Aid:

Any aid administered through our Financial Aid office is accepted as payment. Aid should be accepted by the payment due date to avoid a Late Payment Fee. For more information about the types of aid offered, please visit http://www.bostonconservatory.edu/financial-aid

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