Student Tuition Deferment Agreement for Employer Reimbursement Programs

Is your employer paying for a part or all of your education?  The Student Tuition Deferment Plan was developed by the university to financially assist students with their educational goals.  The purpose of the plan is to enable students to defer 70% of their tuition charges until 30 days after the conclusion of the semester.  Students must complete and submit the Student Tuition Deferment Agreement Form (found below), enroll in the employer deferment plan with CUPay, and pay the enrollment fee to CUPay BEFORE the first day of classes for the academic semester.  If these requirements are not met by the first day of the academic semester, the student must find alternative means to paying the semester's charges.  The remaining 30% will be paid by utilizing the CUPay payment plan, specifically created for employer reimbursement programs.  Please refer to your CUPay account for the due date of the 30% portion.  Failure to pay the 30% by the due date on your CUPay account will result in being dropped from the program, thus subjecting the account to university holds and late fees.


Please note:  Clarion University does not offer a Summer Employer Reimbursement plan. Students may enroll in a regular summer payment plan with CUPay. You do not need to submit the above form for the summer term.

Last Updated 11/19/18