The Student Accounts Office uses electronic billing (e-bill) as its official billing method. This environmentally friendly paperless billing system provides students 24/7 access to their student account. Students may view electronic billing statements by logging into WebROCK.
Prior to each term’s billing due date, students will be sent an email notification. The notification will include information on how to view or print a statement in WebROCK, and when payment and/or payment arrangements, (including financial aid documentation), is due for the term.
Granite State College accepts personal checks, money orders and credit cards.
An interest-free monthly payment plan is available through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). For more information call TMS at 888-356-0350 or visit their website at https://granite.afford.com/.
If you have a WebROCK account, you can make electronic check and credit card payments online.
Electronic payment (E-Pay) is a secure web-based service that allows you to submit payments online. After logging into WebROCK you will have the option to be transferred to the QuikPAY site to make an e-payment. Payments may be made online, by check, or by credit card.
- free to students
- easy and convenient - available day and night, from any place that has internet access
- a time saver - no waiting for a statement to arrive or waiting in line to pay
- secure - uses industry standard encryption to secure your transactions
Is making a payment online via QuikPay secure?
Your electronic payment information is transmitted securely using industry standard encryption. Your bank account information is stored in an encrypted format on the QuikPAY site. Bank account information will not be collected or stored by Granite State College.
Can I use E-Pay if I don't have a checking account in a U.S. financial institution?
No. We are unable to accept e-payments from foreign bank accounts. E-payments must be directly debited to a checking account in a U.S. bank/financial institution.
Returned e-check payment policy?
If the bank returns e-check payments to Granite State College due to "non-sufficient funds" (NSF), the student's account will be charged a penalty fee of $25.00. The payer may also be assessed an additional NSF fee by his/her financial institution.
You may continue to send your check through the mail or make credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) payments by phone.
Payments by Mail:
You may mail your check payment to:
Granite State College
25 Hall Street
Concord, NH 03301
Payments by Phone:
You may make credit card payments by phone at 603-513-1330.
If all, or parts of, the charges are to be paid by an employer or other third party, it is the student's responsibility to obtain written authorization on official letterhead from the third party. Unless this authorization is presented at the time of registration, the student will be asked to pay in full, at the time of registration.
Please Note: Third party billing is not allowed if the company's payment is contingent upon the final grade for the course or other conditions. If a company has a reimbursement-to-student policy, the student is responsible for the total bill at the time of registration.
Note: Please check with the Financial Aid Office before dropping/withdrawing if you are receiving financial aid (grants and/or loans). Depending on the aid you have received, you may be responsible for repaying some or all of the aid to the College if you withdraw. If federal financial aid has been received, it will be returned to the lender in accordance with the U.S. Department of Education regulations in effect at the time of the withdrawal. The return of aid may create an unpaid balance due to Granite State College.
Requests for tuition refunds, as a result of dropping a course, will be considered only if the student completes official drop procedures. Students must file a change of registration form with the College or write a letter requesting that the course be dropped. The date the change of registration form is received by the College is the official drop date, not the postmark. This date will be used to determine any financial adjustments.
Please consult the course schedule for the current refund policy and schedule.
The refund process will begin the 5th week of the term. After that time, student accounts are reviewed for credit releases on a weekly basis. Checks will be printed on Tuesday for any credit balances released by the end of the business day on the previous Friday. Checks can not be picked up at Granite State College as they are mailed directly from the Controller's Office. Click HERE for information on electronic refunds. The FAQ guide includes information on when you should expect the deposit of credit balance ACH funds to your bank. You may track the status of disbursements to your account and any subsequent release of funds on WebROCK.
A $25 processing fee will be charged for all checks returned for insufficient funds.
When you register for courses, you must submit a Student Financial Responsibility Agreement. To complete the form visit WebROCK and select "Registration," "Student Accounts," or the "View Holds" menu options. A paper form is available HERE. Call Student Accounts Office at 603.513.1330 with questions regarding the agreement.
If you do not pay your bill by the due date, you may be dropped from your courses, you may be charged a late fee or you may have a hold put on your account that prevents you from registering in the future or from obtaining transcripts. Your account may also be assigned to an outside collection agency.