Automatic Payment Plans

Payment Plan Information

Payment Methods
  • Automatic payment from checking or savings account (ACH)
  • Automatic Payment from credit or debit card
  • Regularly scheduled payments will process on the 5th of the month
Cost to Participate
  • $35 nonrefundable enrollment fee per agreement
  • $30 nonrefundable returned payment fee will be assessed by Nelnet if a payment is returned
  • $35 nonrefundable returned payment fee will be assessed by Hinds Community College if a payment is returned or missed
Simple Steps to Enroll
  1. Log in to My.Hinds. If you need login assistance, please contact the Hinds Support Center at 601-857-3344  or
  2. Click on Student Finance, Select Student Finance, then NBS Payment Plan.

Payment Dates & Return Fees

  • Regularly scheduled payments will process on the 5th of the month and continue until the balance is paid in full.
  • All down payments are processed immediately.
  • There is a $30 fee if a payment is returned.
  • You must visit your campus Business Office to CANCEL your payment plan.

Payment Plans

Who Is It For?

If you are not receiving any financial aid, this is the plan for you. It allows you to spread your payment over several months.

Target Dates to Enroll By

Summer 2023 Monthly Payment Plan opens on April 4, 2023
Last Day to Enroll Online Required Down Payment Number of Payments Months of Payment Payment Dates
April 20 15% 3 May–July 5th
May 20 25% 2 June–July 5th
June 15 35% 1 July 5th


  • All down payments and enrollment fees are processed immediately!
  • Payment Plan Availability: The availability of the payment plan is determined by Hinds Community College. Please be aware the College may elect not to have the payment plan available during specific times and dates during registration.
  • Balance Adjustments: Please do not assume your balance will automatically adjust if financial aid is received or a class is dropped or added. You should review your agreement balance online.
  • Students:  If someone is paying on your behalf, you MUST first set them up as an Authorized Payer.
  • Authorized Payers:  If you are paying on behalf of the student, the student must access or set up their account first and then add you as an Authorized Payer.


Financial Aid