The University offers a variety of payment options. The following payment options are available for all student fee bills. Students can pay via the Student Administration System by logging in with their NetID and password. Authorized Users, please login to be directed to the Flywire Payment Suite.
If you are at a regional campus or professional school, please visit the website for your campus for additional payment information.
Please note we do not accept the following:
- Cash payment
- Payments over the phone
- Over payments on student accounts
- Payment for future fee bills, terms or academic years
If you have a payment that has been posted to your fee bill and there are future charges listed on your account, the payment will be applied towards those charges. If you are anticipating federal aid to apply towards your fee bill, contact One Stop at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-486-1111 regarding the application/acceptance process. Note: federal financial aid cannot apply back to a balance from a prior academic year.
How do I make a payment?
Electronic Payment Options
Enroll in a Payment Plan
- Please visit our payment plan page for options.
- View current payment plan status
- Make a payment toward an installment
Pay by E-Check Online
Payments by electronic check are free of charge by the University. Payments can be made 24x7. Please follow the directions and read the terms and conditions carefully when making an electronic payment.
Routing & Account Number
Before entering this data, confirm with your financial institution that this data is correct. In some instances, a financial institution may use a different routing number for electronic payment. DO NOT include the check number.
Returned Check Fee Policy
The Office of the Bursar charges students a $30 fee for a check returned by the bank for any reason. The Office of the Bursar will notify students with multiple returned checks that check payments will no longer be accepted and all future payments must be made in the form of money order, certified or cashier’s check, credit card, or wire transfer.
Online Home Bill Pay
Payments can be made directly to UConn through personal bank's online bill paying system! Set up UConn the same way you would any other payee. Simply select "UConn Fee Bill" from the bank's list of payees. If the bank does not use a pre-defined list then carefully enter the name "UConn Fee Bill" as the payee. For the account number, carefully enter your student's 7-digit UConn ID number and use the address indicated below:UConn Fee Bill
233 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4100
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4100
Online bill pay is convenient, fast, secure, and free at most banks. Please note, some bill pay payments will drop to a check and will be mailed to the Bursar's Office. This will delay posting to the fee bill.
Pay by Credit or Debit Card
The university accepts credit and debit card payments via the Internet only. Credit card (or debit card) payments are not taken at the cashier's window or by telephone. Students (via the Student Administration System) and Authorized Users (via the Online Bill and Payment System) can make a payment with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, JCB, BC Card, DinaCard and Diner's Club. A 2.75% non-refundable convenience fee* will apply to your transaction. This convenience fee is required to offset the expense of offering credit cards as a payment option and is paid directly to the credit card processor.
Log in to StudentAdmin with your ID and password and please navigate to the Bursar Services Tile. Then click “Pay Bill & Authorize Users” to make a payment online, 24x7.
View Account Summary to find your balance due. Click on Make Payment to complete the easy and simple payment process.
Payroll Deductions (Graduate Students Only)
Graduate Assistants who would like a portion of their stipend applied to their fee bill, may apply for automatic payroll deduction up until the 10th day of classes. Applications are accepted online only by logging into the Student Administration System prior to the start of the semester. In order to avoid late fees, graduate students must remind their respective department to complete the payroll authorization in order to access this system.
For more information, please visit: Graduate Assistant Information | Office of the Bursar (uconn.edu)
Pay by International Wire
University of Connecticut proudly partners with two platforms to offer students the ability to pay their fee bills via international wire. Students may use either platform.
The new payment system, Flywire, is able to provide email and phone support to assist you with the following:
- Account Support (eg. resetting passwords, update email addresses, help for Authorized Users)
- Troubleshooting Support (eg. technical issues, login assistance)
- Payment & Payment Support (eg. payment plan options, updating payment methods, how to make a payment
Flywire's team of dedicated payment experience experts provides around-the-clock support to help your students and families navigate the payment process.
FMS Users and Payers can submit a request for support via their online form, or call:
United States: +1 (857) 287-3823
International: +1 (857) 287-3818
Other Payment Options
Pay in Person
We only accept checks in person. The office will remain cashless. As always, we highly encourage an electronic option be used instead during this time.
Pay by Mail
Please expect delays when mailing payments. As soon as the University receives the payment, it is posted to the account and an email notification will be sent to your UConn email address.
Payment made by mail, including registered and overnight mail, should be sent to:University of Connecticut
233 Glenbrook Rd, Unit 4100
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4100 Note: "Unit 4100" must be included in the address to ensure it is received by our office.
Please do not send cash through the mail. Checks or money orders are the only acceptable forms of mailed payments.
Checks should be made payable to “The University of Connecticut” and must indicate the student’s 7-digit UConn ID number to ensure proper posting.
Any returned items will be assessed a $30 returned check fee.
College Savings/529 Plan
Digital Distribution Options
Payment by Mail
Payments should contain the student’s 7-digit Student ID number and be mailed directly to the University.
Note: "Unit 4100" must be included in the address to ensure it is received by our office.The University of Connecticut
233 Glenbrook Rd, Unit 4100
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4100
Private Scholarships and How to Report Them
Please submit your private scholarship letter to the Office of the Bursar using this form. Do not email your private scholarship letter to the Office of the Bursar.
Complete information on scholarships or funding letters can be found on our Private Scholarship Deferment page.
Private Scholarships reported via the deferment form will be reported to the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (OSFAS). OSFAS may be required to adjust your need-based financial aid. In most cases the additional aid will be applied before your loans, work-study, grant, or scholarship aid is reduced.
Third Party Invoicing
If a student is expecting their tuition and fee bill to be paid directly to UConn by a third party (i.e. employer, sponsor, state agency, etc.) the student must submit a third party financial guarantee letter, on company letterhead, to the Office of the Bursar using the Request Third Party Invoice link below.
Once the financial guarantee has been submitted the Office of the Bursar will, in turn, defer the fee bill based on the value and terms listed on the financial guarantee for that given semester. The Student Billing Office will send all invoices after the close of the add/drop period of the given semester. Any remaining balance due on the account will be the financial responsibility of the student by the published due dates.
Failure to pay any remaining balance after the deferral and/or failure to submit a financial guarantee by the fee bill due date may result in accrual of late fees and a financial hold being placed on the students account. In the event the third party does not submit full or any portion of the payment the balance due will be the sole financial responsibility of the student.
For additional questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
For information regarding fellowships, please refer to the Office of Student Financial Aid Services.
Failure to Pay Your Bill on Time
What happens if I do not pay my fee bill on time?
Students with outstanding balances of greater than $10.00 on their fee bills will have an “Academic Transcript Restricted” (TRN) hold placed on their accounts. This hold will not allow students to request their official academic transcript from the Office of the Registrar.
Students with outstanding balances of greater than $300.00 will have a "Bursar hold" (ANT or ALL hold) placed on their accounts. Bursar holds prevent students from accessing services such as class registration, recreation services, library services, parking services, transcripts and other important services. Note, the University does not restrict access to dining services or housing.
All students are billed by e-mail notification only. Failing to receive an e-mail bill notification does not absolve the student of the responsibility of payment by the due date. Students have 24/7 access to view any term fee bill through accessing their student account.
Please note the following on how to remove a hold:
Enrollment holds are automatically removed every 15 minutes once the student pays their past-due balance.
Administrative holds are not automatically removed by the system. Students who pay their past-due balance must contact the Office of the Bursar to have an administrative hold removed manually. If payment is made by personal check or e-check, the Office of the Bursar must wait 7 business days to ensure the check has cleared before lifting an administrative hold. The hold can be released sooner if the student provides additional backup showing that the check has cleared.
Late Fee Policy
A late payment fee of $150 is payable by all students whose tuition and fees are not paid in full on the published fee bill due date. If after Day 10 of the semester, your bill remains unpaid you will be assessed a second $150 late fee. Checks returned by the bank for any reason are considered a late payment. Additionally, students will have services such as class registration denied if all fees have not been paid by the due date.
**Please note: If you enroll in courses after the established due date- payments are due within 10 calendar days.
Returned Check Policy
Checks returned by the bank for any reason will be removed from the account and late fees will apply. There is a $30 charge for any returned check.