Student Billing and Payment
  • The Student Financial Services Office provides information about the financial aspects of a student’s enrollment at Seattle University.

    The student accounts team in the Student Financial Services Office stands ready to assist students and their families in understanding and paying the student’s bill. This not only includes responding to questions that students raise when they come to the office in person but also posting charges and updates to students' accounts, distributing aid to those accounts, setting up payment plans and taking payments, all of which are discussed in more detail in the tabs on the menu to the left.

    Find information here about how students can:

    • Authorize other people to have online access to their account information and make payments on their student account,
    • Request a waiver of Seattle University’s mandatory student health insurance if the student is covered by a comparable plan,
    • Add funds to their Campus Card, and
    • Access some helpful, year-end tax information.
  • Announcements

    •  SEATTLE U WILL BE CLOSED ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 in observance of Veterans DayThe University will reopen on its regular schedule on Wednesday, November 12.
    •  STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES IS NOW CASHLESS! In an effort to increase student and staff security, Student Financial Services (SFS) became a cashless office on October 15, 2014. Other forms of payment remain the same. You may pay your invoice by (1) mailing a check payment to SFS, (2) paying by check or debit card at the SFS office during normal business hours or (3) making a web payment through SUOnline using Visa, MasterCard or an electronic check. There is a 2.5% service fee when paying by credit card.
    • PARENT INFORMATION: Our FAQ's are for parents, too! Answers to all your questions about financial aid and student billing and payment, including some you may not have known you had! Includes important tips like how your student can authorize your on-line access to their information and also how they can give us permission to talk with you about that information, when tuition is due and options for making payment, how to apply for a federal Parent PLUS Loan, how to request a waiver of the student health insurance premium and much, much more.
    • Walk-In Appointment Hours
  • Important Dates

    Tuition Due Dates:  Each quarter's tuition-due date is the same every year:

    Fall Quarter: Sept. 20
    Winter Quarter: Dec. 20
    Spring Quarter: March 20
    Summer Quarter: June 20

    Registrar's Calendars of Academic and Other Important Dates