For students in our graduate-level and CPS programs, DelVal offers the option of deferring payment until 30 days after the end of the term by enrolling online in a deferred payment plan. The deferred payment plan is the only option for deferring payment if you wish to avoid the placement of a hold on your student account. Students who do not enroll in the appropriate deferred payment plan for the term(s) in which their courses are scheduled must pay in full or obtain federal or private loans by the start of the term.
How does it work?
DelVal works with TouchNet Information Systems, Inc. to offer you a deferred online payment plan.
- Easy online enrollment
- Automatic withdrawals/charges
- No interest
How do I pay?
- Automatic bank payment (ACH): checking or savings account
- Credit card
The enrollment fee is automatically withdrawn when you enroll in a deferred payment plan.
Payment is initiated on the 30th day after the end of the term for the plan in which you enroll.
How much does it cost to start the plan?
- $25 enrollment fee, which will be automatically withdrawn/charged at the time of enrollment using the banking or credit card information that you will provide during the enrollment process.
- The enrollment fee is nonrefundable.
- Please note that the you must enroll in the plan for the term in which you are registered to take courses. Enrollment in a deferred payment plan for a term in which you are not registered will result in the plan being terminated and the forfeiture of the enrollment fee. If you need help, please contact the Office of the Bursar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.489.2376.
When does TouchNet withdraw the money from my account?
The $25 enrollment fee is automatically withdrawn or charged with you click on the Continue button after you click I agree to the above terms and conditions. The payment is automatically withdrawn or charged on the 30th day after the end of the term. Payment due dates cannot be changed. Please note that if the enrollment fee is returned for any reason, the payment plan will be terminated. You will have to enroll in the correct deferred payment plan if it is still available and pay an additional enrollment fee and you will be charged a $50 returned payment fee by DelVal. If that plan is no longer available, payment in full will be due immediately.
When will the payment show in my bank account?
Though the student's account is updated immediately, it may take 1 to 3 business days for the funds to be withdrawn from your bank account or charged to your credit card. You should still make sure the funds are in the account on the due date.
What are the Terms and Conditions?
Below are some important details about DelVal's payment plans.
Payment dates cannot be changed. All payments will be automatically withdrawn/charged on the scheduled due date. Please note that a delay in reimbursement from a third-party such as an employer will not result in the an extension of the payment due date.
All payments are automatically withdrawn/charged. The enrollment fee is automatically withdrawn/charged on day of enrollment. The scheduled deferred payment is automatically withdrawn/charged on the specified due date. The payment cannot be extended past the 30th day after the end of the term for any reason.
Enter payment method information accurately. If your payment cannot be processed, your payment plan will be terminated and a $50 returned payment fee will be charged to your student account.
To receive payment plan notifications at a non-DelVal email address, set yourself up as an Authorized User with your preferred email address and use your Authorized User credentials to enroll in the payment plan. Installment reminder emails are sent only to the user whose credentials are used to enroll in the plan. The Authorized User setup link is on the landing page after you log in to TouchNet.
Payment plan adjustments are not automatic. If your student account balance changes after payment plan enrollment, the payment plan will not automatically adjust. To adjust future payment amounts, the student must email email@example.com from the student’s DelVal address at least four (4) business days before the next scheduled payment.
If you wish to cancel the plan, the university can deny the request if you have not made alternate arrangements to pay by the due date, which is 30 days after the end of the term. If the plan is canceled without alternate arrangements in place, then a hold will be placed on your student account and all future registration will be removed. The hold will be lifted when the balance is paid in full. If you had registration removed, you may be subject to a late registration fee when you re-enroll in a future term. The late registration fee applies when registering for a course within 7 days of the start of a term.
You are expected to review and understand the information on this webpage and in the payment plan terms and conditions before you enroll in a payment plan. Download a copy of the terms and conditions here (PDF).
When can I enroll?
Enrollment dates and payment dates are individual to each term. Please see the information below. When enrolling in a plan, it is important to choose the correct term and plan.
Payment Plan Name
|Feb 5, 2019||2019/SP or
2019/SP + 2019SP1 or
2019/SP + 2019SP2 or
2019/SP +2019SP1 + 2019SP2
|Graduate and CPS - 2019/SP||Jun 14, 2019|
|Feb 1, 2019||2019SP1||Graduate and CPS - 2019SP1||Apr 21, 2019|
|Apr 4, 2019||2019SP2||Graduate and CPS - 2019SP2||Jun 14, 2019|
|Jun 3, 2019||2019/SU or
2019/SU + 2019/S1 or
2019/SU + 2019/S2 or
2019/SU +2019/S1 + 2019/S2
|Graduate and CPS - 2019/SU||Sep 15, 2019|
|May 30, 2019||2019/S1||Graduate and CPS - 2019/S1||Jul 31, 2019|
|Jul 18, 2019||2019/S2||Graduate and CPS - 2019/S2||Sep 15, 2019|
|Enrollment Deadline||Terms(s)||Payment Plan Name||Payment Date|
|Jan 15, 2019||2019/G3||Grad Ed - 2019/G3||Mar 24, 2019|
|Jan 19, 2019||2019DSP||Doctoral - 2019DSP||Apr 22, 2019|
|Mar 12, 2019||2019/G4||Grad Ed - 2019/G4||May 19, 2019|
|May 9, 2019||2019/G5||Grad Ed - 2019/G5||Jul 14, 2019|
|May 11, 2019||2019DSU||Doctoral - 2019DSU||Aug 26, 2019|
|Jul 16, 2019||2019/G6||Grad Ed - 2019/G6||Sep 22, 2019|
What amount should my payment plan be?
The payment plan needs to cover all of your tuition and fees for the term. Contact the Office of the Bursar for assistance.
Why isn't my payment or add/drop reflected in the balance?
The plan will not automatically adjust to changes in financial aid, outside payments, or any additional activity on your account. You should review your agreement balance and compare it to your monthly tuition statement to determine whether your plan balance needs to be increased to decreased. To increase or decrease payments, the student must email the Office of the Bursar at firstname.lastname@example.org from his or her DelVal email address at least 4 business days prior to the payment due date.
What happens if my payment is returned?
When a payment plan payment is returned for any reason, DelVal will charge a $50 fee to the student account, place a hold, and terminate the payment plan. If the student is registered for a future term, a failed payment plan may also result in the loss of future academic registration.