Apple Pay, the payment system that’s built into most Apple products, is now being used to pay for college tuition and fees at a number of colleges and universities in the United States.
The app, which has become a major feature in Apple Pay apps, lets users pay for university tuition and room and board with their Apple Pay device.
The fees can then be added to a student’s paycheck, and the college can use the funds to pay off its student loans.
Apple Pay’s new fee system allows universities to collect fees from students at all levels, including those with credit card debt.
“We believe that it’s important to ensure that students have access to financial resources to support them as they pursue their education, and we’ve worked closely with colleges and schools to ensure the fees they receive are accurate and transparent,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook.
“Our students pay for more than 90 percent of their college expenses with Apple Pay.”
The fees are based on the total amount of fees a student will owe at each institution.
The amount of a student loan that can be paid off by Apple Pay depends on the amount of credit cards a student has and the amount the student owes at each school.
The college or university must then verify that the student’s student loan balance is accurate and complete before it can charge students the fees.
The fees can be added as a separate payment option, and Apple Pay charges a fee for each item a user purchases.
The fee can be waived at checkout and cannot be added at a later time.
A university can also use Apple Pay to pay down its student loan debt.
But students can only be charged fees if they have a valid student ID, a verified credit card or the amount paid off at the college.
The student can also choose to pay the fee with cash, debit or credit cards.
The fee can also be added for students who earn a minimum of $20,000 in total payments per year.
A student who earns $100,000 or more in payments per month would have to pay a $10 fee, while a student who makes $50,000 per month and makes less than $40,000 a year would pay $20.
The university would then use the $20 fee to pay out the remaining portion of their loan balance.
Apple Pay currently works in over 80 million Apple Pay stores in the U.S., and it’s not the only service that uses the app.
Microsoft is also expanding the Apple Pay app into other areas, including medical services.
Apple said in a statement to Bloomberg that it was “excited to continue to explore new ways to connect students with financial services.”