Billing and Payment: For Parents and Families
Accessing Your Student’s Bill
When your student registers for classes, they will receive a link to an eBill through their NYU email account.
Payment is due before the start of each semester. However, only the student connected to that email account will have access to tuition billing.
Students can grant access to their account to a parent, guardian, grandparent, spouse, or anyone helping pay tuition and fees.
Once you have been authorized by your student, you can:
- Discuss financial information related to the student with the Office of the Bursar
- Make a payment
- Check the student’s account balance
- Enroll in a Deferred Payment Plan
- Access 1098T information
You will also receive email notifications alerting you to when tuition and fee bills are available online.
Staying on top of deadlines, refunds, financial aid issues and more is important to your student’s success at New York University. Here are some of the most significant details as you approach the billing process.
- Fees, Tuition, and Other Costs: Students are responsible for tuition and fees each semester and are charged for health insurance unless an online waiver is completed.
- Due Dates and Making Payments: Know when your student’s payment is due each term. You can make a payment by electronic check, cash, cashier’s check, money order, 529 plan, international payment, financial aid, and also set up a payment plan.
- Financial Clearance: Following late or nonpayment, your student’s account may be suspended. They can check their status in Albert. It may take a day for a hold to be cleared on their Albert account after payment.
- Dropping or Withdrawing From Courses: Read about the University’s refund policy if your student has dropped or withdrawn from a course.
- Receiving Refunds: Enroll in direct deposit to receive a refund faster.
- Financial Aid and Billing: Know what to do if your student’s financial aid isn’t appearing on your bill.