Payments are due in full by the first day of class.
You will receive an email notification to your Dominican email address that your ebill is ready to be viewed. Log into MyDU with your username and password, go to Students, My Student Account and go to CASHNet. On the CASHNet page you will see a portal on the left side called Your Bills and here you will find the link to your bill. You will not be mailed a bill.
Accounts that are not paid in full by the first day of class will be charged a non-refundable $90 deferment fee. Accounts are also subject to a 1% monthly finance charge on past due balances.
Forms of Payment
Tuition payments can be made using Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Credit card payments will need to be made online by logging on to MyDU, going to Students, My Student Account and then CASHNet. Payments will include a 2.75% convenience fee.
Student Accounts accepts eChecks through our online portal. You will find this by logging on to MyDU, going to the Student Tab, My Student Accounts and then CASHNet. There is no fee for processing an eCheck.
Convenience checks as provided by your card servicer will be accepted at the Student Accounts Office without any Dominican fees.
Contact Student Accounts for the bank information to wire your payment.
Students who expect to receive company reimbursement need to turn in a letter from their company by the first day of class each semester. It should explain the companies' policy and that the student is covered for the current semester. There is a $90 deferment fee charged to your account when you have company reimbursement. Dominican expects payment within 30 days of the receipt of grades and allows for only one semester to remain outstanding at any given time. Registration will not be permitted if two or more semesters remains outstanding.
Payments can be made at the Student Accounts Office by cash, check or money order.
If you are unable to pay in full, you can either initiate a payment plan or explore additional loan options through the Financial Aid Office. Failure to make payment or to arrange a payment plan could result in the cancellation of classes.
Student Accounts offers a payment plan each semester. During the fall semester payments are due August 5th-December 5th. In the spring they are due January 5th-May 5th. Please inquire with us if you plan to take classes in the summer and we can explain the summer payment plan. There is a $45 fee to enroll in the payment plan each semester. Missed payments will result in a 1% monthly finance charge.
You may use any of the forms of payment listed to make your monthly payments.