As a University of Tulsa student, it is your responsibility to ensure that all educational expenses are paid during the semester in which they are incurred. If financial aid does not cover all of your expenses, you may either pay the balance in full or participate in The University of Tulsa’s Monthly Payment Plan.
Please click here for more information on monthly payment plans, or contact The University of Tulsa’s Bursar’s Office at 918-631-2600. A nominal fee will be assessed to establish a monthly payment plan. The University of Tulsa provides e-statements on a monthly basis on all accounts with an unpaid balance regardless of pending aid, payment plans, or financial support other off-campus sources.
You will receive an email at your utulsa.edu email address advising you that a statement is available for review in the Student Hub. Once logged into the Hub, on the left side, click “View and Pay Account”. It is your responsibility to ensure that your financial obligations to TU are resolved in a timely manner.
- Fall billing will begin on July 1
- Spring billing will begin on December 1
- Summer Billing will begin on May 1
New students enrolled prior to August 1
In order to avoid enrollment cancellation, any balance not covered by financial aid must either be paid in full or a payment plan must be established with a 20% down payment by August 1.
New students who enroll after August 1
In order to avoid enrollment cancellation, any balance not covered by financial aid must either be paid in full or a payment plan must be established with a 20% down payment due immediately upon enrollment.
Currently enrolled/returning students
Any unpaid balance not covered by financial aid, must either be paid in full or a payment plan must be established with a 20% down payment. Payment must be received by the Friday prior to the start of the semester.
- Currently enrolled students with an unpaid balance will not be allowed to enroll in subsequent semesters. Payments must be current to be in good standing. Payment plans cannot cover multiple semesters.
- Non-payment per the terms above or a failed payment plan will result in cancellation of enrollment.
- A failed payment plan is considered to be two missed payments and or two payments that have been returned unpaid.
If the account remains unpaid, the university reserves the right to suspend or withdraw you from classes; withhold grades, transcripts, and diplomas; deny you future enrollments; and require you to move from student housing.
The university accepts online payments with valid VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover credit cards. A processing fee of 2.85 percent of the amount paid ($3 minimum) will be assessed against online student account payments that are made by credit and debit cards.