Tuition Statement, Billing and Due Dates
Students may view their official UW billing statement containing their current balance and other student account activity at any time by logging into their MyUW account. Students are responsible for paying tuition fees in full by the tuition due date regardless of whether or not you received a tuition email notice.
The tuition due date is always the third Friday of each quarter, the 2013-2014 due dates are as follows:
|Summer 2013||July 12th|
|Autumn 2013||October 11th|
|Winter 2014||January 24th|
|Spring 2014||April 18th|
Tuition and Related Fee Payment Information
Tuition Payment Options
FREE ONLINE option!
Paying your tuition ONLINE is fast, efficient and secure.
- Log into your MyUW account
- Click the details link next to your Tuition Account Balance
- Select Web Check Payment (Highlighted in a green box). This service is FREE OF CHARGE.
- All you need is your student ID number, your bank routing number and your bank account number.
- Students are able to authorize up to two people (for example, parents) access to their tuition statement to make online payments on their behalf by logging into MyUW and using the online Information Release Authorization available as a link on the online tuition statement.
When you sign someone up for online access to your account, an email will be sent to them with a temporary password and a link to log into your account information. They will not log into the same MyUW site that students use. In order for the person to access your account information, they will need to know your 7 digit student number. This will NOT be included in the email for security purposes.Once authorization has been given, others may access your account to make payments via the highlighted wording below:
Online Tuition Statement Login for parents or other authorized users.
1) By mail using check or money order. Please DO NOT mail cash.
2) Via the Drop Box located on the first floor of the Dougan building (Across from Room 176) using cash, check or money order only.
3) In-person at the Cashier Office window using cash, check or money order only.
University policy DOES NOT permit in-person use of Visa or MasterCard for the payment of tuition and other student account charges, these payment types can only be made online via MyUW.
Tuition Payment Plan
How does it work?
The Tuition payment plan option allows students to pay their quarterly tuition in three installments. The amount of each installment is determined by the student and should be calculated based on the total tuition balance that remains outstanding. The total of the three installments should equal the total tuition the student account has outstanding.
A $10 fee is assessed at the time of enrollment. All installments must be received prior to the posted due dates to avoid administrative holds and or late fees.
Who is eligible?
Tuition Payment Plan Deadlines
Upcoming deadlines for the Tuition Payment Plan are listed below. Please note that the first payment* accompanied by a completed payment plan enrollment form is due either in person, by mail or via the drop box (To be paid by check, money order, cashier's check or cash only) not later than the first payment due date listed for the quarter in question (bolded date below);late enrollments cannot be accepted:
Quarter Due Dates Summer 2013 *June 28th, July 12th, July 26th Autumn 2013 *September 27th, October 11th, October 25th Winter 2014 * January 10th, January 24th,February 7th Spring 2014 *April 4th, April 18th,May 2ndFebruary 7th Mm , ,,, , ap, RFRW,
The second and third payments may be paid online at no cost to you by logging into MyUW, clicking on your "Tuition Statement" and selecting the "Web Check" option. You will need your bank's routing number and your bank account number to complete this transaction (this information is located at the bottom of your check). If you do not have checks, please contact your banking institution for this information.
Payment Plan Enrollment Form
Please print,read and complete this form in its entirety and submit it to the Cashier's office accompanied by your first payment (A new form must submitted each quarter):
International Student Payments
If you are an international student and would like to pay your tuition by wire transfer or via the PeerTransfer system, please follow the link below to access the appropriate information:
(The international payment information is located toward the bottom of the page)
If you have any questions regarding these services you may contact the Student Fiscal Services Office at (206) 543-4694.
If you do not pay your tuition by the tuition due date, you will be assessed a late payment charge based on the amount of your outstanding balance.
- For past due balances of $250 and above, the late fee is $120.
- For balances between $50 - $249.99, the late fee is $50.
- There is no late payment charge for balances under $50.
Failure to pay your outstanding balance may result in a hold on your academic records and/or your account being referred to an outside collection agency, which will add additional charges.
You may contact the Student Fiscal Services office at (206) 543-4694 with questions regarding academic holds and the process of being referred to collections for non-payment.
Scholarship Check,Voucher,Employer and Government Agency Payments
The UW Tacoma Cashier's office cannot process these types of payments. If you are a student who is having their tuition paid via an employer,scholarship,loan or government issued check or voucher, please submit these directly to the Student Fiscal Services department either by mail to:
Attn: Student Fiscal Services, Campus Box 355870
1400 NE Campus Parkway
Failure to do so will delay the processing of your tuition payment and may result in late fees if the tuition due date is not met as a result of the delays. Student Fiscal Services can be reached by phone at 206-543-4694 with questions.
If you have a credit balance in your account you may request a refund by contacting the Student Fiscal Services department at 206-543-4694.