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Now that I have more than one installment plan, how do I know how much to pay?

Having more than one tuition installment plan or Multiple Installment Plans (MIP) means paying multiple monthly dues. Don’t worry! Stay on track by regularly checking your payment dashboard on your Bukas account. Dito mo makikita ang lahat ng installment plans mo kasama ang kanya-kanya nilang monthly due dates.

Please note that you can only access your payments table using the same account that was used to submit the application
. This means that if you were listed as a co-borrower, only the borrower (the account owner) has direct access to the repayments table.

Read on for more tips on managing your multiple installment plans:

Tip #1:
Use the payment dashboard on your Bukas account to keep track of your Multiple Installment Plans and their respective due dates. This table is updated every time you pay so you can take note of which months need to be settled for each installment plan.

Your payment table updates only after 1-3 business days after making a deposit.

Tip #2: When settling monthly dues for your installment plans, it is important to indicate the reference code or installment number for the specific plan you are paying for. You will need to make separate transactions or deposits per installment plan to ensure your payment is recorded for that specific plan’s payment dashboard.

Tip #3 While we cannot change the repayment date for any installment plan after its approval, you may opt to pay your Multiple Installment Plans’ dues all on the same day to avoid the hassle of handling multiple transactions on different days of the month. Take note of tip #2 and the schedule of your payment due so that none of your installment plans are past their due date.


If plan #1 is due on June 15 and plan #2 is due on June 26, you may pay every 13th of the month for both your installment plans. That way, neither of them is due and you settle both accounts in 1 day.

If you need more clarification about maintaining Multiple Installment Plans (MIP), you may reach out to via our Contact Us page.