With all BARTonline.org eCourses, the college adheres to a Non-Payment Policy.
Students who do not have a form of payment* in place on their account, by the Friday before the start date of classes, are subject to their BARTonline account being blocked. Please note, a block disables all activity to the student’s course(s).
Blocks for non-payment are placed on accounts the second Monday of each session. The block will remain on a student’s account until a form of payment has been added to the student account, within the extended deadline.
At the time of blocks, students will then be given an extension until 12:00 PM (CST) on the second Wednesday of classes to make payment, or they will be dropped from their courses. Students will not be charged for those course(s) that are dropped for non-payment.
**Please note, for the BARTonline Winter Intersession, Spring Intersession and Summer sessions, the non-payment policy dates are adjusted due to the shortened length of the courses. Please see the Non-Payment Policy Dates listed below for these specific dates.
Please contact businessoffice@BARTonline.org with any questions or concerns regarding the non-payment policy.
Spring 2017 Session 1Spring 2017 Session 2Spring 2017 Session 3Friday, January 13Monday, January 16Friday, January 20Monday, January 23Friday, March 17Monday, March 20Wednesday, January 18Wednesday, January 25Wednesday, March 22SessionPayment Due ByBlocks Placedon AccountsNon-Payment DropsOccur onSpring 2017 Non-Payment Policy Dates
**Spring IntersessionFriday, April 21Sunday, April 23Tuesday, April 25SessionPayment Due ByBlocks Placedon AccountsNon-Payment DropsOccur onSpring Intersession 2017 Non-Payment Policy Dates
**Summer 2017Friday, June 2Sunday, June 5Tuesday, June 7SessionPayment Due ByBlocks Placedon AccountsNon-Payment DropsOccur onSummer 2017 Non-Payment Policy Dates
Forms of payment include the following:
In Person or By PhoneTo pay in full* call 1-877-620-6606 to Make Credit Card Payment by Phone. Office hours 8 AM to 4 PM CST Weekdays. DISCOVER, Master Card and VISA can be processed by phone. We cannot process American Express. Tuition cost is $150 a credit hour. Credit CardOnly VISA or Master Card are accepted online. DISCOVER CARD accepted by phone only Call 1-877-620-6606 for online phone payment. Pay online (now) using our secure server for MASTER CARD and VISA. Tuition cost is $150 a credit hour. Payment can be paid on campus or online via your PAWS account *If you would like the option to make monthly payments, you must sign up for the NelNet Payment Plan via your PAWS account.NelNet Payment PlanBarton's payment plan is offered by NelNet. The plan allows you to make monthly payments by credit card or from your checking or savings account. The plan requires a $30 per semester non-refundable enrollment fee and completion of the online application. Users must sign up for the payment plan using either Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. Information requires the student's Barton ID number (this may not be the same as your BARTonline Login ID), number, name and address of the person responsible for making payments, and the bank information or credit card information. To access and enroll in NelNet payment plan, please LOGIN to your PAWS account. You will receive an email with further instructions. For additional information please visit the Payment Plan page.Financial AidIf you have been awarded Financial Aid through Barton Community College, then your Financial Aid will be used to pay for these courses. Be sure to verify that your Financial Aid packet is complete with the College Financial Aid Office and that you have been awarded sufficient funds to cover the cost of the class. Student must have “awarded” status for their financial aid. If your status is not “awarded” by the deadline, the student will need to sign up for the NelNet Payment Plan in lieu of their financial aid being awarded. If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com. Tuition cost is $150 a credit hour.GoArmyEd TA & Military TAIf you are using U.S. Army Military Tuition Assistance from GoArmyEd, you must request your TA from the GoArmyEd website*. If you are not eligible to have an account on GoArmyEd or are using Tuition Assistance from the USCG, USAF, US Navy, or USMC - Authorizations may be submitted by fax or mail. Fax:785-784-7542Attn: Business OfficeMail:Barton Community CollegeBusiness OfficePO Box 2463Fort Riley, KS 66442If you have any questions please email us at businessoffice@BARTonline.org. Tuition cost is $150 a credit hour. FY14 Tuition Assistance Policy *The GoArmyEd portal to request TA opens 8 weeks prior to the start date of each session. Per the policy GoArmyEd has in place, students who plan to use TA must request it prior to 11:00 PM (CST) the Sunday before the specific session begins. After this time, the portal is closed for the specific session and cannot be reopened for exceptions.Veterans AssistanceIf you are using Veterans Educational Benefits in the form of CH 30-Montgomery GI Bill, CH 33-Post 9/11, CH 35 Survivor-Dependent, or CH 31 Vocational Rehabilitation to cover the cost of your tuition, select this option. Students using CH 30, 35 (and possible CH 33) benefits must pay 25% of the total tuition. Please refer to our Military Options page for more information on the use of your VA Benefits. Payment can be made by contacting the Barton-Fort Riley Campus Office by phone or mailing in payments. Phone:877-620-6606Mail:Barton Community CollegeBusiness OfficePO Box 2463Fort Riley, KS 66442Please contact Arlette Stratton at 877-620-6606 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance. MyCAA (Military Spouse Career Advancement Account)If you are a military spouse that has been awarded funding from the MyCAA program through Military One Source, your Financial Assistance from MyCAA will pay for your courses. The authorization form from your MyCAA account that states the specific classes, dates, and costs, for each session must be submitted to the Fort Riley Business Office prior to the first day of class. Authorizations may be submitted by fax or mail. Fax:785-784-7542Attn: Business OfficeMail:Barton Community CollegeBusiness OfficePO Box 2463Fort Riley, KS 66442If you have any questions please email the Business Office at businessoffice@BARTonline.org. Tuition cost is $150 a credit hour. Third Party PaymentAuthorization to pay for your class must be submitted on company letterhead and signed by the appropriate company official responsible for payment amount. Third party must indicate who they are paying for and the amount along with an address to send billing information. An authorization stating financial responsibility from the 3rd party must be turned in to the college or payment from the 3rd party must be made in full by the deadline. If authorization has not been received by the deadline, the student will either need to pay in full or need to sign up for the NelNet Payment Plan in lieu of the authorization or payment being received by the college. Authorizations may be submitted by fax or mail. Fax:785-784-7542Attn: Business OfficeMail:Barton Community CollegeBusiness OfficePO Box 2463Fort Riley, KS 66442If you have any questions please email us at businessoffice@BARTonline.org. Tuition cost is $150 a credit hour.Money Order or Personal Checks will be acceptedTuition cost is $150 a credit hour. Please make payment by mail. Mail:Barton Community CollegeBusiness OfficePO Box 2463Fort Riley, KS 66442Cash/Credit CardNelNet Payment PlanFinancial AidTuition AssistanceVeterans AssistanceMyCAAThird Party PaymentsMoney Order/Personal Checks
Further review of information and action required for these instances:
If you are receiving aid from another college and will be using a consortium agreement, please submit the paperwork to Barton’s Financial Aid office. Options and instructions for How to Submit documents are available on the Barton Website.
Things you need to know when using a consortium agreement:
If you have questions regarding your consortium agreement, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 866-257-2574 or email@example.com.
High school students will need permission from their high school principal and appropriate paperwork to qualify.
To learn more, please see Senate Bill #155 Learning Opportunities.