- Click on a numbered area for additional bill information
- Mouse over yellow areas on the bill, below, for more detail
If your “current balance due” is $0.00 or if the amount is followed by “CR,” you will automatically be registered for classes.
If you have a balance due, the amount you owe is shown as “current balance due” on your bill along with payment options that are available to you (deferred payment plan and financial policies information). Any payments received in the Bursar’s Office/Student Accounts by the date shown on your bill are credited to your account on this bill.
Payment for Fall 2020 must be received no later than Monday, August 3. If you intend to mail your payment, send it early to ensure that it arrives in the Bursar’s Office/Student Accounts on or before August 3. Payment must be received (not just mailed or postmarked) by August 3. You may pay by credit card or eCheck online by logging in to SIS. A $50 late fee will be charged to the student's account if the payment is received after the due date. Penn College does not accept post-dated checks. Please do not mail cash.
When your appropriate payment is received, you will be officially registered for classes.
Mail payments to:
- Bursar’s Office/Student Accounts
Pennsylvania College of Technology
One College Avenue
Williamsport, PA 17701-5799
Make checks payable to:
- Pennsylvania College of Technology (or Penn College)
All financial aid, including PA State, Pell, and SEOG grants and student/parent loan funds , approved by the Financial Aid Office at the time of the billing is noted as a pending credit on your bill.
Financial aid credits are not officially applied to your account or refunded until the College receives the funds.
If you have loans pending, you will be notified when the College receives the funds. You will be told what actions you need to take. You may be required to go to the Bursar’s Office/Student Accounts to endorse your check(s).
Contact the Financial Aid Office at 800-367-9222 or 570-327-4766 if you have questions regarding your financial aid.