Students: Signing in to eSuite

After you’ve selected your courses for the semester, you’ll receive an email asking you to sign in to the NYU Electronic Suite (eSuite), where you’ll find an eBill for the charges due.

Your eBill will show:

  • Charges related to tuition, housing, dining, and/or student health insurance.  Some courses and schools may incur additional charges.
  • The remaining balance from a previous semester, if any. You will receive an eBill each month if you have an outstanding balance
  • Credits including both actual financial aid and anticipated aid that has not yet been disbursed

You must pay your tuition at the beginning of the semester or late fees may be applied. Your registration won’t be processed until your tuition is paid. This video series may help answer your questions.

If someone other than you, like a parent, guardian, grandparent, or spouse, is helping pay your tuition and other student charges, you can give them access to your eSuite account.


Parents/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 other student charges.

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 bills are available online.

Log in to your student's NYU Student Account Suite.

Billing Rights

If your bill looks incorrect, or you need more information about a transaction on your bill, you have 60 days to contact the Office of the Bursar under the Fair Credit Billing Act.

Learn more about your billing rights.