EZ Pay Payment Plan
EZ Pay is a tuition management plan that provides you with a low cost option for budgeting tuition and fees into manageable monthly payments.
It is not a loan program; no credit check is required and no interest or finance charges are assessed.
- Walk-in payments can be made by cash or check at the Cashiers Office in the Welcome Center (Building WC). Credit Card payments must be processed through the Student Portal.
- Checks can be mailed to Henry Ford College, Student Accounts Office, 5101 Evergreen Rd., Dearborn, MI 48128. Checks returned to HFC will result in a charge of $25 for each check returned and may result in the student being dropped from classes.
- Or, you may pay your full account balance online. HFC accepts MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.
Previous balances must be paid in full before registering for the new semester.
You have not finished registration until your tuition has been paid in full by the payment deadline stated in the Academic Calendar, or you have enrolled in HFC's EZ Pay payment program, or submitted required documentation for other payment options listed below.
Failure to pay or provide documentation on time may result in being de-registered and not being permitted to re-register for the same courses.
Contact Student Accounts Office
HFC offers a variety of methods to finance and pay for your classes. Your HFC tuition bill can be paid online, in-person, by check, with financial aid or scholarship, using company or military sponsorship authorization or vouchers, or with a student account refund. Review HFC's tuition and fees for information about tuition costs and your itemized tuition bill. See details about alternative payment options below.
For further questions about payment methods, contact the Student accounts Office.
Other Payment Options
Financial aid at HFC is available in the form of loans, grants, and work study. For more information on eligibility requirements, documents, or general assistance navigating the financial aid process, visit the Office of Financial Aid.
Students may now submit their FAFSA as early as October 1 each year. See more information about the significant changes to FAFSA announced Sept. 14, 2016.
The HFC Foundation offers several scholarships to support students from diverse backgrounds and interests who seek education in a wide variety of programs on campus. View scholarship opportunities, requirements and the application process at the HFC Scholarships page.
Michigan Educational Trust (MET), Company Sponsorship
If you are a part of the Michigan Educational Trust (MET) or sponsored by a company, you must pay for classes using vouchers and/or authorization forms. See HFC's requirements for sponsored students using this method of payment.
High School Dual Enrollment
If qualified, high school students participating in Dual Enrollment will have their tuition and fees paid by their school district. Dual enrollment students must submit the appropriate documents by the payment deadlines in the Academic Calendar.