How do I register for a May/Summer session?
May Term, Summer I, and Summer II course offerings are available to view on Lyco Advisor by searching the Course Catalog. Students are strongly encouraged to review the Advising and Registration Checklist on SharePoint to ensure they’ve completed the necessary steps to have a smooth registration experience. The Registrar’s Office SharePoint page is your go-to resource for all digital forms, Lyco Advisor resources, and much more.
All Lycoming College students will be eligible for a scholarship to lower the cost to $1,000 per course.
When will the balance be due for the May and Summer 2022 sessions?
May term is due April 30, 2022
Summer I is due May 31, 2022
Summer II is due June 30, 2022
How can I pay the balance due on my bill?
VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted for tuition and fees online via Lyco Advisor Self-Service>>Select Building on the Left (Financial Information)>>Select Student Finance>>Select Manage Your Student Account. When a credit card is used, a service fee will be charged in addition to the tuition and fees.
E-checks are available without a service fee. Similar to a debit card, e-checks electronically debits a checking or savings account.
My parents are responsible for paying my tuition bill. How can my parents/authorized parties log in and view the bill?
Parents and other authorized parties may have the ability to view the bill as an authorized party. Students must set up authorized parties in the system. Students will login to the Lycoming College Nelnet Business Solutions' Enterprise System website via Lyco Advisor Self-Service>>Select Building on the Left (Financial Information)>>Select Student Finance>>Select Manage Your Student Account. Once on the landing page in the Nelnet Business Solutions' Enterprise system, select Add an Authorized party and follow the instructions.
Authorized parties will receive an email from Nelnet Business Solutions with a link inviting them to set up the account. Each billing cycle, both the student and authorized parties will receive an email notifying them that an eBill is available for viewing. Students and Authorized Parties receive a link in their email that takes them to the login page. Authorized parties may also go to the following link to access their student's account.
Manage My Student's Account
How can my parents/authorized parties pay the bill?
Once the authorized party is established, they can make payments by selecting "Make Payment" on the landing page of the Nelnet Business Solutions' Enterprise system. Our payment options include credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, AmericanExpress), online/e-checks using a United States bank checking or savings account for electronic transfer, or the traditional paper/mail-in check. You will have the option to retain your bank account and/or credit card information on the website for future use or you may enter it each time you make an online payment.
In the interest of security and privacy, each authorized party is assigned a separate login and password to access their account and payment history. Students cannot view nor do they have access to payee information.
Manage My Student's Account
Can I pay by paper check?
Paying online is the preferred bill payment method but it is optional. You may send payments by mail or pay in person in Long Hall at Lycoming College. To send a check or money order through the mail, please print the remittance form from the online system and mail it with the payment (payable to Lycoming College) to:
One College Place
Williamsport, PA 17701-5192