Student Solutions Center

The Student Solutions Center houses the Registrar's Office, Student Accounts, Financial Aid and Veterans Services and is located in the Penstemon Building. We are here to help you navigate through continued successful enrollment at Prescott College from your first term through graduation, whether you have questions about adding or dropping courses, finding additional aid, or resolving questions with your student account. 

Registrar, Student Accounts, Financial Aid & Veteran's Services

Connect with us today!

Folks are here in the office Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Arizona time.  Stop by, give us a call, send us an email, or schedule a time to speak with us below. We are happy to help! 

Contact the Registrar regarding adding and dropping courses, withdrawals, leaves of absence, transcripts, transcript fulfillment,  transfer credits and other student records.  Get started with most of these actions via the student portal, which students receive access to once they confirm their intention to enroll after they are admitted.   If you have trouble logging into, please e-mail  The registrar can be reached at or by calling (928) 350-1102 if you have any questions.  We look forward to working with you! 

Your registrar staff includes:

Nancy Walther - Associate Registrar 

Marta Ceo - Enrollment Specialist

Gladys Gregory - Enrollment Specialist

Need help paying for college? Contact Financial Aid and Veterans Services to learn your options and for questions regarding financial aid. See our financial aid page for more information. 

Reach anyone in financial aid at (928) 350-1111, via email to, or by scheduling a Zoom, phone call, or in-person appointment at   For veterans specific questions, please call (928) 350-1108 or e-mail

Your financial aid and veterans services staff includes:

Bee Sena - Financial Aid Director
Chris Schreiner - Associate Financial Aid Director
Eleanor Dailey - Financial Aid Counselor
Alix Snyder - Financial Aid Counselor
Mario Diaz - Financial Aid Counselor

Deborah Kronz - Veterans Certifying Official & Financial Aid Operations Coordinator
       P: (928) 350-1108



Contact Student Accounts with questions regarding tuition and fees, refunds, and/or paying your student bill. To do so, please email or call (928) 350-4000

Student Accounts Staff Includes:

Amber Harris - Bursar

Barbara Mickelson - Student Accounts Associate 

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Making payment on your tuition is simple through the your student account portal at powered by Nelnet.  Make a one-time payment anytime or set up an interest-fee monthly payment plan.  Check your account history and balance including your financial aid.  Then pay your bill or delegate access to others who you may wish to pay your bill on your behalf.  Expecting a refund? Pick your refund preference today.  Options include direct deposit or a VISA card which is mailed to you with zero value.  Once your refund is available, your card will be loaded with your refund and you may then use it like a debit card.

Anticipating Financial Aid?

Anticipated financial aid typically shows in your account history at 1-2 weeks after you register and finalize your financial aid documents, provided anticipated aid has begun posting for the term.  Anticipated financial aid is updated weekly from May through August for the Fall term, November through January for the Spring term, and March through April for the Summer term.   If it is after these dates and you believe you have completed your registration and all your financial aid documents more than one week ago, and you do not see your anticipated financial aid showing in your account history, please contact financial aid at (928) 350-1111 for further assistance.

Need to Waive Out of Your Student Health Insurance?

Student Health Insurance is required for all students in the On Campus Undergraduate program.  Students are billed for this insurance automatically when they register.  Students who have their own health insurance or who are covered under a family member's policy, may waive out of the school's health insurance if their policy meets certain requirements.  This must be done every term by the deadline for the term which is typically before the term begins.  See e-mails sent to e-mail accounts or the waiver website for more info.