If you are an active student, you will receive an email notification at your campus email address when new billing statements are generated. No paper bills will be mailed.
If your Towson Net ID (username) becomes inactive and you have a balance on your financial
account, you will be sent a paper bill to your permanent address.
Yes, prior eBill statements are available through the eBill and payment system. As
eBills are generated, you will be able to access both current and up to 18 months'
previous statements online.
If you do not receive an email notification that your eBill is available at least
one week prior to your processing due date, call the Student & University Billing
Office at 410-704-2100, or 1-888-528-7727. Failure to satisfy the eBill statement
balance does not discharge the financial obligation or late payment assessments and
may result in the cancellation of your class schedule.
To mail in your payment, print a copy of your latest eBill and mail it along with check or money order to Towson University, Student & University Billing Office, 8000 York Rd, Towson, MD 21252-0001. Please record your name and student ID on check payment.
Credit card payments are not accepted by mail, in-person or phone. Credit cards are processed online through a third party vendor with a 2.85% convenience fee assessed on the payment amount.
All checks or money orders should be made payable to Towson University. Payment in full must be made by your term due date to avoid a late fee and possible class cancellation. The student’s name and ID number must appear on all checks submitted to the university.
The Student & University Billing Office Payment and Rebate Check Disbursement Center
is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Our after-hours drop box is
open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
If you cannot access your eBill, call the Student & University Billing Office at 410-704-2100, or 1-888-528-7727.
If you would like to mail in payment but do not have access to print your eBill, you should go to Towson University's library, on-campus computer labs or your local public library where you can print the bill.
A $150 late fee is assessed to any student who does not pay in full or establish a
payment plan with the university by their bill payment deadline.
The payment methods accepted are cash, checks, eCheck/ACH, money orders and credit cards. Credit cards are accepted online only through a third party vendor with a 2.85% convenience fee assessed on the payment amount. American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa are accepted. Cash is accepted only at the Student & University Billing Office Payment Center. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Towson University and should include the student's ID located on the top of the billing statement.
You can make international payments by wire transfer, foreign credit and debit cards, and other international payment options through Towson's International Currency Payment Portal.
You can pay through the mail, in person or online. To pay through the mail, print a copy of the eBill and mail with payment to Towson University, Student & University Billing Office, 8000 York Rd, Towson, MD 21252-0001.
To pay in-person, visit the Student & University Billing Office Payment Center in room 336 of Enrollment Services during business hours, or place the payment in the after hours drop box at the Student & University Billing Office Payment Center.
Follow the steps below to pay online with a credit card or eCheck/ACH. Note that credit cards are processed through a third party vendor with a 2.85% convenience fee assessed on the payment amount. eCheck/ACH payments are not assessed a convenience fee.
The eCheck or automated clearing house (ACH) payment is an online check payment method
in which you enter your payment and check information in our secure online system.
Once authorized, the payment is deducted directly from your checking account as though
the check has been cashed.
Neither TU nor our online payment vendor charges a fee for eCheck/ACH payments.
Students will have the opportunity to set up a tuition deferred payment agreement with the university.
The Student & University Billing Office creates electronic billing (eBill) statements and no longer mails a paper billing statement to your home address. It is very important that you regularly check your Towson University campus e-mail address. An e-mail will be sent to you when a new eBill is available to access through Towson Online Services. Please be sure to turn off your popup blocker when trying to Make A Payment, View your eBill, or add authorized users with our new eBill and Payment system.
Yes, as long as you have granted them restricted access in the eBill and Payment system as an Authorized User. You can access the eBill/Pymt-Add User link from your Towson Online Services Student Dashboard account.
The eBill and Payment system provides students the opportunity to grant restricted access to parents or other third parties to view and pay billing statements. From your Towson Online Services Student Dashboard account, click on the eBill/Pymt Add Users link. Once in the eBill and Payment system, click on the Authorized Users tab. You will need your authorized user email address to set up their account.
You can set an alternative email address by logging on your Towson Online Services Student Dashboard, click on the Finances link, then click the Add Authorized User
(Touchnet) link. Once in the eBill and Payment system, click on the Profiles tab to
add an alternative email address for eBill notifications.
A $50 penalty fee is assessed when a paper check or eCheck/ACH is given in payment of fees, fines or services is returned unpaid by the bank for any reason. Failure to reimburse the university for an uncollectible paper check or eCheck/ACH may result in class schedules being canceled.
A $25 penalty fee is assessed when a credit card payment for tuition, fees, fines or services is returned for any reason. Failure to reimburse the university for a returned credit card payment may result in class schedules being cancelled.
If you have a financial hold, contact the Student and University Billing Office at
410-704-2100 or 1-888-528-7727.
To view your financial account information you will need to logon on through Towson Online Services. To access, logon; click Student & Faculty Dashboard; click Student Dashboard; in the Finances section - click Account Activity. Your NetID (Username) and password are required.
|EXC||Excess - System Payment Swapping to Different Codes|
|FEE||Mandatory University Fees|
|MIS||Miscellaneous Charges- including parking fees, health center fees|
|TPC||Third Party Contract|
||who to contact|
|Billing and payment questions, third party agreements, retail/dining point sales||Student & University Billing Office
|Federal loans, alternative loans, scholarships||Financial Aid Office|
|Registration, withdrawal, courses, transcripts, verification of enrollment||Registrar’s Office|
|Meal plan changes, retail/dining point accounts, Parking Services, OneCards||Auxiliary Services|
|Health Center charges, health insurance||Health Center|
|Housing (traditional on-campus)||410-704-2516|
|Housing (Millennium, Harris Hall or Tubman)||410-704-7484|