Paying your Tuition Bill
All students and authorized payers will receive an e-mail notification when tuition
bills are posted. If a parent, guardian or spouse pays your invoice, students must
designate that individual as an authorized payer in Tuition Payment Portal.
The entire account balance is due by the end of the first week of classes. Any unpaid
balance will be assessed a 1.5% late fee each month thereafter, unless enrolled in
the payment plan.
How to Pay Tuition Bills
The University Cashier's Office does not accept credit or debit card payments; however,
our online Tuition Payment Portal is associated with a third-party vendor to process
Discover, VISA, American Express and MasterCard payments with a non-refundable 2.75% service fee. The fee will appear as a separate charge on your credit card billing statement.
eCheck is the most convenient payment option and there is no additional charge to
use this method. Any U.S. checking or savings account, provided your bank participates
in the Automated Clearinghouse Network, can be used.
Simply provide the routing and account number of your paper check and the amount you
wish to pay. eChecks allow you to pay online through our Tuition Payment Portal.
Cash or check payments can be taken in person to the Casher's Office. Please mail
check payments to the address below and indicate your nine-digit student ID number
on the check.
Attn: Cashier’s Office
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Flywire accepts payments from any country - typically in your home currency. Flywire
transfer secures wholesale foreign exchange rates, which are significantly lower than
rates offered by traditional banks.
To make a payment via Flywire, log into DORI - Tuition Payment Portal - Access Tuition Payment Portal
Once in the Payment Portal click "Make Payment", select the term, and add the desired
amount to your basket. When prompted for method of payment, select Flywire.
- Once you initiate payment you will receive detailed instructions on how to transfer
- Flywire will keep you informed at every step in the process, including when funds
reach your student account.
Payments are posted to your student account much more quickly than they would be if
you were using a regular bank to pay. And you can be assured that you will never have
a short-payment due to unexpected transfer fees or bank charges.
Student Payment Portal