Cash and Debit Card: accepted in person at the Office of the Cashier located on the first floor of the Wilson Hall Annex. Call 732-571-7540.
Check or Money Order: accepted in person, as above, or mailed with remittance form found on the Student Account Center portal. The student’s ID number must be written on all checks and money orders.
Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted. You may fill out the remittance form found on the Student Account Center portal and return it to the address provided. This form of payment is also accepted both in-person and over the phone. The person to whom the credit card is issued must call.
Online: by electronic check or credit card by either:
- logging into your MyMU portal and select “Student Account Center.” If you have a balance due, a button will appear on the screen to allow you to make an online payment; or
- as an Authorized User by accessing TouchNet Solutions Payment Gateway. Be prepared to enter your Authorized User ID and password.
Payment Plan Options
In order to help students and families fulfill payment requirements, Monmouth University offers the following payment plan options:
Monthly Payment Plan:
Monmouth University works with an outside payment plan provider, Tuition Management Systems (TMS). This provider offers an interest-free, pre-payment arrangement for both full-time and part-time students enrolled in fall and spring semesters only. TMS is not available for the summer semesters. Payments may be made by a pre-authorized monthly debit to your checking account or debit/credit card, or you may choose to be billed monthly and pay by check or credit card.
Full-time students entering in the fall
Options include a 12-, 10-, or 8-month payment schedule. Payment start dates are April 5 for the 12-month plan, June 5 for the 10-month plan, and August 5 for the 8-month plan. If the 12-month plan is chosen after April 5, a catch-up payment schedule may be arranged. The initial-year application fee is $65.
Full-time students entering in January
A four-month payment plan is available. The first payment is due December 5. If you begin this plan January 5, you must make two monthly payments when you initiate the plan. Beyond January 5, additional payments may be required.
Single semester options are available with a $47 application fee. If the four-month semester plan is chosen, payments begin on August 5 for the fall semester and December 5 for the spring semester. If you begin this plan September 5 or January 5, you must make two monthly payments when you initiate the plan in that month. Beyond these dates, additional payments may be required. The application fee is $47 when a single semester plan is chosen.
Payment plans are not available for the summer semesters. Full payment is due by payment deadline for each summer semester.
The University reserves the right to alter the programs accepted from time to time. Tuition Management Systems is not affiliated with Monmouth University. If you have questions or would like to make payment plan arrangements, you may contact Tuition Management Systems at 800-722-4867 or via e-mail at Service@afford.com, or visit their Web site at www.afford.com/monmouth.
REGARDLESS OF WHICH METHOD OF PAYMENT IS CHOSEN, FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE FINALIZED BY THE PAYMENT DEADLINE (PLEASE REFER TO OUR PAYMENT DEADLINES FOR EACH SEMESTER) OR CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION WILL OCCUR.
If you have questions, please call Monmouth University’s Bursar’s office at 732-571-3454.
Third Party Billing:
Monmouth University will accept payment to your account from a “third party.” However, the student is ultimately responsible for payment of all tuition and fees not paid by the “third party.” Listed below are the choices and requirements for this form of billing/payment.
- Department of Veteran Affairs: Chapter 31-Contact your VA office to speak with a counselor to set up this billing process.
- Outside Companies: We accept vouchers and letters from employers. Payment would be due when the University bills the corporation. Students are required to submit this voucher or letter to the Office of the Bursar by the semester payment deadline.
- Scholarships: The student should submit a copy of the voucher or letter from the sponsor of the scholarship to the Bursar’s Office. The original should be submitted to the financial aid office.
The following steps must be followed in order to properly process Tuition Remission (TR):
- For undergrads with 6+ credits, employee/dependent must have a FAFSA form filled out and submitted to the federal government for processing.
- All TR forms must have a signature from Human Resources and returned to the Bursar’s Office by payment deadline.
- Each area of this form must be completed in full in order to be processed
ALL OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.