You will receive an email notification via your campus email when an eBill is available. It is important to pay your bill balance on time to avoid cancellation of your class schedule and/or a late processing fee. Please make note of the payment due dates listed on the registration and billing schedule. A late fee of $150 is assessed to a student's financial account when his or her term charges are paid after the bill payment due date.
If you do not receive a notification of eBill availability in your campus email at least one week prior to your bill due date, call the Student & University Billing Office. You are responsible for paying your tuition and fees by the due date even if you do not receive an eBill notification.
Cash, checks, ACH/eCheck, money orders are accepted methods of payments. Credit card payments will not be accepted by mail, in-person or phone. Credit card payments (American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa) must be processed through a third party vendor online and will be assessed a 2.85% convenience fee (minimum $3.00) on the payment amount.
The university also offers a payment plan administered by the Student & University Billing Office. This tuition deferred payment agreement extends to students a monthly budget plan for meeting the cost of tuition and other costs for the term.