The mission of the BHCLR Business Office is to provide exceptional service and the best student experience in the areas of student account information, purchasing, payroll and accounts payable functions while maintaining our values of service, performance, stewardship, honesty and respect. With Christian compassion, we strive to be the best for our students, faculty, staff, and the public not only on the Colonel Glenn campus, but in the state of Arkansas.
7:30 A.M. – 3:30 P.M. Monday-Friday
Student Accounts Contacts
Jamie Clark, Ed.D, MBA
Coordinator, Campus and Financial Services
Vanessa Wilson, BBA
Accounting Specialist III
Jamie Ramey, BBA
Accounting Specialist III
- Allied Health
Once you have been selected to pay your $200 registration fee, please fill out the following form. The fee is non-refundable.
Full Payment Options
By mail: If you pay by mail, please do not send cash. Make checks or money orders payable to Baptist Health Medical Center. Write your social security number or student ID number on all payments. This will ensure your account is properly credited. Write the student’s name on payment if different from the name on the check. Mail your check to:
Baptist Health College Little Rock
Attention: Student Accounts
11900 Colonel Glenn, Suite 1000
Little Rock, Arkansas 72210
Your canceled check is your receipt. Checks must be for the exact total and must be received by the Student Accounts by the announced deadline. No two-party checks will be accepted. A $20 fee is charged for each check returned by a banking institution.
In person: If you pay in person, follow the same procedures as if paying by mail, except present your check in person to the Student Accounts according to the appropriate deadlines.
By cash: Baptist Health College Little Rock welcomes cash payments. However, to protect yourself, do not send cash through the mail. Pay in person if you wish to pay by cash.
By credit card: Baptist Health College Little Rock accepts Discover, American Express, MasterCard and VISA credit cards. If you wish to pay by credit card, you must in person. Debit cards are accepted and treated as credit cards.
Online Payment Option
You can make a one-time payment on your student account by clicking here. Payments are posted to the student account the following business day.
Payment Plan Options
To help you meet your educational expenses, Baptist Health College Little Rock is pleased to offer NelNet as a convenient budget plan. NelNet is a tuition management plan that provides you with a low cost option for budgeting tuition and fees. It is not a loan program. There are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check. The only cost to budget through NelNet is a $25 per semester non-refundable NelNet enrollment fee. Additional information is available by clicking here. (PDF NelNet brochures).
Payment arrangements must be made before the due date indicated on the student statement. Failure to do so will result in a $100 late fee.
BHCLR Refund Policy
POLICY: A student who officially withdraws or is withdrawn from Baptist Health College Little Rock is eligible for a financial refund as follows:
PROCESS: : The refund schedule is based on the official date of withdrawal (voluntary or administrative) of a student. The official date of withdrawal is defined as:
The student’s date of last documented attendance at any BHCLR scheduled learning activity (classroom, skills laboratory, computer laboratory, clinical laboratory, etc.)
If the official date of withdrawal falls:
Before the end of the fifth business day in a semester………..100%,
After the fifth, but before the end of the tenth business day in a semester………..50%,
After the tenth business day in a semester………..0%
With the exception of the $200 registration fee, all tuition and fees payable to BHCLR will be eligible for refund according to the above schedule. Tuition, fees, and expenses collected by outside and/or partnering institutions and vendors will be refunded according to the policy of that institution and/or vendor. Examples of such expenses are textbooks, uniforms, UAPTC College tuition and fees, etc.
Refunds are calculated based on the official date of withdrawal. A student must initiate withdrawal from the program by submitting a Student Administrative Service Request Form before a refund will be processed. Upon withdrawal, any credit balance resulting from Baptist Health Foundation funds will be returned to the scholarship fund account. The amount returned will not exceed the original amount of the scholarship.
Tuition and fee refunds are made within 30 days of withdrawal and after all outstanding balances to the school and supporting institutions are paid.
Title IV funds (Federal PELL and Direct Loans) are earned in direct proportion to the length of time a student remains enrolled. If a student receiving Title IV funds discontinues study, for any reason, during the first sixty (60) percent of an academic semester, aid must be repaid by the student to BHCLR and/or the US Department of Education. Any repayment of aid as a result of a Return to Title IV calculation will be applied to the student account prior to tuition/fee refund.
Military funds (Tuition Assistance) are earned in direct proportion to the length of time a student remains enrolled. If a student receiving Tuition Assistance funds discontinues study, for any reason, during the first sixty (60) percent of an academic semester, unearned funds must returned to the Military Department. Any balance created on the student account will be the responsibility of the student. Any repayment of funds as a result of a withdrawal calculation will be applied to the student account prior to tuition/fee refund.
Class days start on the date(s) delineated on the Baptist Health College Little Rock academic calendar.
If a student is enrolled in the Nelnet payment plan and discontinues study at a time in which the student still carries a balance; the student remains financially obligated to pay the balance.