Graduate Tuition and Payment
Tuition is due on the first day of class and can be paid in the Office of Student Accounts or online. A bill will not be mailed to you—you will receive an email notification sent to your Dominican email address that your e-bill is ready to be viewed. Students who are not able to pay in full may elect a monthly payment plan for a fee of $45.00 per semester on the student accounts page. The payment plan must be elected by the first day of class.
If tuition is not paid in full by the first day of class and a monthly payment plan is not elected by that date, students are subject to a $90 non-refundable deferment fee and ongoing finance charges.
Methods of Payment
- Credit/Debit Cards. Tuition payments can be made using MasterCard, Discover, Visa and American Express. Make your credit card payment online by logging on to MyDU, going to the Student tab and then to My Student Accounts. Payments will include a 2.75% convenience fee.
- eChecks. Student Accounts accepts eChecks through our online portal. You will find this by logging on to MyDU, going to the Student tab and then to My Student Accounts. Then select the “Go to Online Payment Center” link. There is no fee for processing an eCheck. Convenience checks from credit card issuers, wire transfers and company reimbursement are also accepted methods of payment. Please refer to the Student Accounts MyDU page for more details.
Full-tuition refunds are only available during the first week of class. Refunds thereafter are issued on a declining sliding scale. In order to be eligible for a refund, you must follow the university procedures for dropping a class:
- Prior to the University’s add/drop deadline for the term, you should be able to drop online by logging in to MyDU.
- After the add/drop deadline, drops need to be processed using a paper drop form obtained from the Registrar’s Office and signed off on by your advisor
- The above described procedures are the only accepted methods of dropping a class. Non-attendance/participation in class, emailing the course instructor about your intention to drop, etc., are not acceptable methods for dropping a class.
For questions regarding billing, please contact the Office of Student Accounts.