Tuition and Fees are due by the 1st day of the semester. Students who have not paid tuition and fees in full by the time the semester begins may attend classes provided that they have enrolled in an online payment plan. If a student has not made payment in full or enrolled in the online payment plan offered by the University, he/she is at risk of being dropped from the semester’s classes.
Please note: Student accounts not satisfied by the due date are subject to account holds, late fees, and voiding of all current registration.
Options for making a payment
Online payments may be made through the student my.CU account. Students can pay via E-Check (online payments from a checking account) or the following credit cards*: VISA, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover or Diners Club.
*Please note there is a 2.75% merchant fee when you use a credit card or debit card payment.
Pay in person
Payments may be made by cash or check by mail or in the Finance Department office located in Luther Hall - Room 200.
Deferred Payment Plan
A monthly payment plan is available each semester. Students may enroll in this payment plan through their my.CU account. There is an enrollment fee of $35.00 per term. No further interest charges are assessed after the enrollment fee is paid.
Payments can only be made by E-Check (by utilizing your routing and account numbers as they appear on your checks), VISA, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover or Diners Club.
Monthly payments will automatically be deducted on the designated dates (provided at the time of enrollment and available for review at anytime on your my.CU), depending on the term. Summer term has only 3 months, while both Fall and Spring have 4 months.
Steps for making a payment through my.CU
From your my.CU Main Menu, select ‘Student & Financial Aid’
Select ‘Student Records’
Select ‘Student Bill’
The default should display the current term; Click ‘Submit’
Click the ‘Pay Now’ button
To make a one-time payment, select ‘Click here to make a payment’ located
By accepting any financial aid, you acknowledge that you understand the following information about how aid will be disbursed: Grants and Scholarships will be credited to your student account on the first Wednesday of the term. Federal Student and Parent Loan Proceeds will be credited to your account after receipt of EFT or disbursement check from your lender or completion of loan documents in the Financial Aid Office.
If total aid credited to your account exceeds charges due to the university, a credit balance is created on your account. A refund of your credit balance will be issued the following Monday or first business day after the Tuition Assessment date for the term has occurred. Please refer to the CU Academic Calendar for each term.
Students are strongly encouraged to submit their Direct Deposit information by logging into their my.CU account. If the student does not provide direct deposit information, a check will be issued, however, please note this may delay receipt of funds by up to two weeks.
Steps for submitting direct deposit information through My.CU:
- Login to your MyCU account:
- Click Student and Financial Aid
- Select Student Records
- Select Direct Deposit for Student Refunds
To edit existing information or add new information, select "Edit Direct Deposit Information."