On-line Student Billing
On-line student billing is available inthe new Netclassroom system.
For more information on this new service please read the notice that was sent out via email on January 28, 2014. A copy is available here.
Fall Bill Due: August 31, 2016 (1st day Fall classes begin) J-Term Bill Due: January 3 , 2017 ( 1st day J-Term classes begin)
Spring Bill Due: February 2, 2017 (1st day Spring classes begin)
Housing Charges for apartments due: 1st of each month
Dorm Charges due: Beginning of the Semester
Office # 124, Valentine Hall
Mon-Fri. 8:30am to 4:30pm
USPS Mailing Address:
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
61 Seminary Ridge
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Prior to the beginning of each term all students are required to make satisfactory arrangements with the Financial Services office for payment of seminary charges for the term. Unless other arrangements have been made with the financial services office, all general fees including tuition, dormitory and the lunch meal plan, are due on the first day of classes for each term. Housing charges (for apartments) are due the first of each month but are billed the beginning of each semester. All other obligations to the seminary, the bookstore and the library, must be paid within 30 days of the date incurred.
Federal loan proceeds are first applied to Institutional charges (tuition, miscellaneous fees, health insurance, dormitory and apartment rent and meal plan) for the term, with any remaining balance refundable to students, with no further action required from the student. (See Student Handbook p.36)
Cash: Always bring this in person - never mail it. Subject to IRS regulations.
- Should be made payable to "LTSG"
- Be sure to SIGN it.
- Be sure your student id number is written on the front.
- Be sure that it is written for the correct amount and that it is written correctly.
- We cannot accept a post-dated check.
- If it is returned by the bank unpaid, there is a $35 fee; re-payment is required to be in the form of a cashier's check, certified check or money order.
Credit Card through NetClassroom.
See the Financial Aid webpage for additiona informartion.
Scholarships, Grants, Loans Approved anticipated financial aid credit (Federal, State, Seminary) appears on the bill and reduces the amount due now. Any amount not covered by approved financial aid must be paid by the due date of the bill. If a zero or credit (CR) balance shows, return your statement by the due date to complete your registration and avoid a late fee. Financial aid that does not appear on the bill was not approved at the time it was printed. Verify the status of your aid with the Financial Aid Office. If it is approved, subtract that amount from the balance due on your bill and indicate what type of aid you are taking credit for. If it is not approved, the Billing Office cannot extend credit for it.
- These will appear on your bill, if applicable
- If not, call the Financial Aid Office
- Private scholarship checks should be made payable to "LTSG" and mailed to the Billing Office
- For advance credit, provide the Billing Office with a copy of your award letter. Please be sure the letter includes the following information: Your name, student ID number , applicable semester, dollar amount, and full address of donor. Advance credit cannot be given for scholarship letters that have requirements the student must fulfill before payment is made to the Seminary.
Students may drop or add classes with full adjustment in tuition and no record of the course on the student's transcript according to the following deadlines: *Semester-long class - within the first two weeks of the semester *Class in the first half or second half of a semester – within the first week of the course *J-term or Summer term class – by close of business on the first day of class
After the deadlines above, students may withdraw from a class. The instructor will assign a grade of WP or WF based on the student's work in the class to date. Based on the original tuition charge and tuition calculated at the revised level of credits, a portion of tuition may be refundable. Please see Refund/Repayment policy. Date of Withdrawal Semester-long class Half-semester class
See Student Handbook p. 8
Date of withdrawal Semester-long class Half-semester class
Within 1st week after drop/add deadline 5/6 refundable 2/3 refundable
Within 2nd week after drop/add deadline 4/6 refundable 1/3 refundable
Within 3rd week after drop/add deadline 3/6 refundable None refundable
Within 4th week after drop/add deadline 2/6 refundable
Within 5th week after drop/add deadline 1/6 refundable
6th week after drop/add deadline or beyond None refundable
Tuition for J-term or summer term classes may be prorated for withdrawals within the first half of the course. Financial aid may be affected if students drop below certain minimum levels of credits. If you do not officially withdraw from your courses, then you will be accepting responsibility for all charges.