Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, payments sent via mail will be delayed. We highly encourage an electronic option be used instead during this time.
The UCONN Office of the Bursar has begun transitioning to a new payment platform powered by Flywire.
The University offers a variety of payment options. We do not accept cash or payment over the phone.
If you are at a regional campus or professional school, please visit the website for your campus for additional payment information.
Please note we cannot accept over payments on student accounts and we do not accept payments for future fee bills, terms, or academic years.
Need assistance with the e-Bill & Payment suite? Here are FAQ's.
1. Log into the Student Administration System with the student NetID and password.
2. Once logged in, Under the "Bursar Services" tile, click on "Pay Bill & Authorize Users"
3. Go to the Payment Suite
- View payment history
- Store payment methods for quick and easy payment
- As a student, provide permission to others (parents, employers, etc.) to view your bill and make payments
Please Note: 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, please refer to the Financial Aid Office regarding the application/acceptance process. Note: federal financial aid cannot apply back to a balance from a prior academic year.
Electronic Payment Options
- Flywire- Payment plan options
- View current payment plan status
- Make a payment toward an installment
- Schedule future installment payments
Payments by electronic check, using the E-Check system, is another efficient method of payment. This service is provided free of charge by the University. E-Check payments can also be transacted directly through the Student Administration System.Students may simply login and proceed to SA Self Service> Student Homepage > Bursar Services tile > Pay Bill & Authorize Users >Make a Payment > Select Current Account Balance/Pay by Term > Click "Add" > Continue and then click "Pay by Electronic Check".
Please follow the directions and read the terms and conditions carefully when making an electronic payment.
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 cash, money order, certified or cashier’s check, credit card, or wire transfer.
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 Payment Suite) can make a payment with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, JCB, BC Card, DinaCard and Diner's Club. A 2.85% 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.
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.
University of Connecticut and Western Union Business Solutions have partnered to provide a convenient way for you to make payments for your tuition and other fees via WU® GlobalPay for Students payments platform.
• Pay in the currency of your choice without any fees
• Receive best rate guarantee via WU® GlobalPay for Students Price Promise*
• Your full payment amount is received by University of Connecticut – no hidden fees
• Live chat with 24/7 support
• Track your payment
• How to make a payment video
• When you pay via WU® GlobalPay for Students, you can choose from a wide range of local online payment options including Alipay, UnionPay, ChinaPay, INR Bank, and many more.
*If you find a lower price from your bank, we will match it. Email email@example.com with GlobalPay for Students reference (starting with EUS) plus screenshots of the quote from your bank. Terms and Conditions apply.
Other Payment Options
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
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.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are no longer accepting in-person payments. We will be re-opening for in-person payments in the Fall Semester and will be accepting checks only. The office will remain cashless. As always, we highly encourage an electronic option be used instead during this time.