Former Students with Past Due Accounts
Setting Up a Payment Plan
As a former student no longer registered at New York University, you are able to pay your past-due balance by setting up a payment plan using our payment plan portal.
When you enroll in the NYU Bursar Payment Plan, you can select the 1st or 15th of each month to make a payment.
If you need to change the date of your scheduled payment or stop a scheduled payment, you can contact us via email at least five days before the billing date.
Please use “Change Payment Date” or “Hold Payment Date” in the subject line of the email.
Making a One-Time Payment
You can make a one-time payment for past-due balances. This option is particularly helpful if you are unable to make the minimum payment required for the payment plan.
Things to Know
- NYU does not accept credit or debit card payments.
- Enrolling in a payment plan doesn’t mean that you can register for classes or receive your diploma. You still need to pay off your balance first.
- You must pay in full in order for us to release your transcript.
- You can increase the amount of a scheduled payment in the payment portal, but you cannot lower the amount of the scheduled payment below than the minimum monthly amount based on your outstanding tuition balance.
- If you need to make an international payment or don’t have a U.S. bank account, you can use one of our partner payment services: Flywire (by peerTransfer) and Western Union Business Solutions.
- Need help finding your University ID (N) Number? It’s “N” followed by eight numbers, which can be found on the back of your NYU ID or in Albert. If you still have Net ID and password, your N number will be displayed in your Student Center.
Missed or Late Payments
If your payment was returned from your bank, you’ll receive a notice via email.
You can use the one-time payment to make up the missed payment, or mail your payment to:
New York University
Office of the Bursar
383 Lafayette Street, 1st Floor
New York, NY 10003
Your check should include your name and ID number.