Extended Payment Plan Option (EPPO) 

(Available for fall and spring semesters only)

For Spring 2017, UNO offers a payment plan which allows for four payments of 25% of the term balance after any financial aid has been applied. If a student is in good financial standing with UNO, they will be able to use the Extended Payment Plan Option (EPPO). The EPPO allows students to pay a minimum of 25 percent of the total balance required by the designated payment deadline to complete registration (January 11, 2017 4:30 p.m.). The remaining installments are due by 4:30pm on February 15; March 15; and April 17 for the Spring term.

If a student does not make the initial payment on January 11th, their enrollment will be cancelled for the term. A late registration period (additional $150 fee) will allow students to reenroll between January 12-23. Should any of the subsequent EPPO payment deadlines be missed without satisfying their minimum financial obligation by the published due date, the student will be assessed a delinquency penalty of $75 per occurrence.

A promissory note must be on file in the Bursar's Office for each semester a student participates in the EPPO. The promissory note is located on WebSTAR and in the accounts receivable office.

Eligibility alone does not place a student on the payment plan, this option must be elected. This election is finalized by having a completed and signed promissory note with the Accounts Receivable Office and making the minimum payment before the published due date.

A $50.00 non-refundable EPPO Fee will be assessed to all students who choose the EPPO. If you do not elect the EPPO and only pay the minimum balance due by the published due date, you will still be charged the $50 non-refundable EPPO fee.

For any questions or concerns about the EPPO plan, please contact our Accounts Receivable department at 504-280-3280 or send an email to: arinfo@uno.edu