All University fees and expenses are due by the published deadlines for each semester or session. In general, tuition, room and meals are due about one month before the start of each semester. A University tuition-and-fees invoice is generated electronically to enrolled students three weeks in advance of the start of each semester. The invoice is based on the student's registration at the time of billing. If changes in registration are expected, it is the student's responsibility to make any necessary adjustments to the bill and submit the adjusted amount due by the due date.
The University of Delaware uses an electronic billing process to bill all students for charges incurred. The ebill is accessible at www.udel.edu/paybill. Students receive a monthly email notification reminder sent to their preferred email address when the bill is available. Each time an ebill is generated, students will get an email directing them to the secure billing site, My Finances, where the current bill, historical bills and the most recent account activity will be available. Students will securely login using their UDEL username and password. Students who wish to have a parent or other authorized person receive bill notifications must request this access through UDSIS- Grant Parent Ebill Access. Assignment of a "billing" email type through UDSIS allows the person to set-up their own password to access My Finances where they can view account activity and make payments.
As you complete the steps from the Make a Payment option from our online billing site My Finances, you will be offered the following payment options:
Online Check (ACH Payment) - Input your bank account number and bank routing number. Then your payment will be directly debited from your account. If you are using an Equity Line of Credit or Money Market account, please check with the bank prior to using the ACH payment method. Some institutions will not allow ACH payments to be completed and will return the on-line check.
Credit Card - The University has made arrangements for a third-party vendor, Cashnet, to accept student account payments online with three of the four major credit/debit cards: MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. CashNet assesses a 2.75% service charge for processing your credit card payment. The service charge is not paid to UD and is not refundable, even if the related payment to UD is refunded.
Mail a check – My Finances provides a printable remittance slip. If you are not including this remittance slip, please include student ID and student first and last name (check, cashier's check or money order only) and mail to Cashier's Office, 30 Lovett Avenue, 116 Student Services Bldg, Newark, DE, 19716.
Wire Instructions can be obtained by calling (302) 831-2126.
A dishonored check or ACH payment that has been returned by the bank and not been cleared by the payment deadline, does not constitute payment. The University charges a $25* service charge for dishonored checks. Moreover, students who submit dishonored checks may be required to make future payments by cash, money order or certified check.
INSTALLMENT PLAN OPTION
For a $50* service fee, students whose credit remains in good standing with the University may pay semester bills in accordance with the installment plan table. The University issues a monthly electronic statement to each student and authorized users. There is no additional enrollment necessary as all students will be provided this option when making payment through their My Finances Site.
Installment payments are due by the dates specified, whether or not the student receives a notification. The dates listed below are approximate.
Fall Semester Spring Semester
August 1...25% January 3...25%
September 1...25% February 3...25%
October 1...25% March 3...25%
November 1...25% April 3...25%
Although every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information in the Catalog,
students and others who use the Catalog should note that the policies, rules, regulations,
requirements for graduation, course offerings, and other materials reproduced in the Catalog change
from time-to-time and that these changes may alter the information contained in this Catalog.
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