Before you make your payment, please review your student statement to ensure all charges have been placed on your account. This includes the correct tuition amount, housing, meal plan, and appropriate fees.
Payments may be made with cash on campus, check or credit card thru your student portal https://my.kendall.edu. Or by calling 877.743.9140.
International students can make payments online via PeerTransfer.
Your balance will consist of all current changes minus only the guaranteed and finalized financial aid. If part of your financial aid package is “pending” at the time of payment, you will still be required to make payment on the current balance. Please note that if your Financial Aid includes loans, the bank fees should be deducted from each loan disbursement.
Payment dates are final. If you have not received your bill/student statement for the current term, it is your responsibility to contact the Bursar’s Office to inquire about the amount of your current balance or go to your student portal to view your current statement balance.
Late Payment Fees will be managed by ECSI for students enrolled in a payment plan.
Students have the option of increasing the payment amount if the current balance increases due to additional charges by contacting 877.743.9140.
The payment plan option will not be available after the open enrollment period has closed for the quarter, therefore you will be required to make the payment in full for the current quarter. New students can visit the Business Office if they register after the open enrollment period.
If you need further assistance or clarification with regards to payment policies please contact the Business Office at 312.752.2024 or 877.743.9140.
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All representations made here are subject to change due to the pending NLU transition
NLU TRANSITION - Kendall and National Louis University have announced the transfer of Kendall's current programs to NLU, subject to regulatory approvals, expected to be determined later in 2018. Statement