Ramapo College aims to provide clear options to assist you to stay enrolled and continue your college experience. The information below is meant to serve as a guide for you as you assess your personal financial situation now and in the future. All undergraduate and graduate students may explore the options presented below.
Payment Plans Offered to Students
The College manages an in-house installment payment plan to assist students and parents in paying their term bill. The Ramapo Tuition Payment Plan (RTPP) provides many advantages for students and parents, such as spreading out your tuition payments over easy installments throughout most of the semester. The College offers two plan options for the Fall and Spring semesters, and a Summer payment plan for your convenience.
Summer Payment Plan
Your total balance for the Summer semester will be divided into three equal installments due on the following dates. For step-by-step instructions on how to enroll, please click here.
ENROLL IN PAYMENT PLAN – SUMMER
Five Month Payment Plan
Your total balance for each semester will be divided into five equal installments due on the following dates. For step-by-step instructions on how to enroll, please click here.
- Fall – July, August, September, October, November
- Spring – December, January, February, March, April
ENROLL IN PAYMENT PLAN – 5 PAY NOW
Four Month Payment Plan
Your total balance for each semester will be divided into four equal installments due on the following dates. For step-by-step instructions on how to enroll, please click here.
- Fall – August, September, October, November
- Spring – January, February, March, April
ENROLL IN PAYMENT PLAN – 4 PAY NOW
More information on setting up a plan, enrolling in automatic payments, or guidelines for using the plans can be found here. If you have further questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Financial Aid Options, Alternative Loans, and Other Funding
All students are encouraged to fill out the FAFSA. By filling out the document, you and your family may qualify for loans and/or grants to assist you. More information on how to file a FAFSA can be found here. The Ramapo School Code is 009344
Once you file the FAFSA and your eligibility is determined, you can work with a Financial aid counselor to potentially find additional resources to assist you in paying any remaining balance due.
Graduate students who apply for the FAFSA may qualify for up to $20,500 per year in loans.
Parent Plus and Alternative Loans
During this unprecedented time, a Parent Plus Loan or an alternative loan may be able to assist you and your family in covering the costs to attend college.
Information on Parent Plus loans can be found here.
You can explore alternative loan options and apply for loans here.
Ramapo has dedicated counselors to assist you with navigating the loan process. You can reach them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff in Student Accounts, Financial Aid, Student Success, and other offices are happy to meet you on video chat/Google Meet, etc. if that is most convenient. Please ask a staff member in the appropriate office for more information on meeting remotely.
THANK YOU! We strive to do all we can to assist and support you during your college experience, both now and in the future.