How to Make Your Tuition Payment
Pay Online. Current students can log into MyDU using a network username and password to make a tuition payment. Once logged in, go to Students>My Student Account and Online Payment Center. Make a payment using MasterCard, Discover, Visa or American Express. There is a 2.75% convenience fee to use a credit card. A payment can also be made by eCheck, for which there is no fee.
Pay in the Office. Students can pay using cash, check, or money order in the Office of Student Accounts.
Semester Deferment Fee
The Office of Student Accounts reviews tuition accounts after the add/drop date each semester, adding a $90.00 deferment fee and SA hold to any account that is not paid in full or enrolled in a payment plan. Balances need to be resolved before Student Accounts can remove the SA hold. A SA hold placed will prohibit a student from registering for additional classes, reviewing their schedule, and requesting transcripts.
1% Finance Charge
Students enrolled in the Online Payment Center My Payment Plan (MPP) are expected to follow the payment schedule provided for them by the Online Payment Center. If a payment is not made on time a 1% finance charge will be applied to the tuition account. This fee will be assessed once a month, as long as there is an outstanding monthly balance. Students who have not enrolled in MPP and have not paid their tuition in full by the first day of class will first receive the deferment fee of $90.00 and will then be assessed the 1% finance charge. This fee will be assessed monthly until the balance is resolved.
How to Sign up for eRefund
Log into MyDU with your network user name and password, go to the Student Tab>My Student Account and Go to Online Payment Center. There you will find a link on the left side labeled eRefund Sign up and Processing. You will be asked to enter your banking information, which includes the routing number from your bank and your checking or savings account number. Once you are enrolled we can process your eRefund when it becomes available.
With the support of the technology fee Dominican has plotted out a two-year renewal and enhancement plan. Specifics include some new computers, upgrades to all Parmer labs and classrooms, four new enhanced classrooms at the Priory Campus, Wi-Fi in all residence halls, our first DU app and much more. Dominican's goal is for all undergraduate students to take at least two online classes during their time on campus. Another goal is to increase the number of graduate students enrolled in on-line programs.
Dominican University encourages students to participate in their graduation ceremony. However, to maintain the quality of education it provides, the university's policy requires that students pay in full all charges relating to tuition, fees, room and board prior to the graduation date. Students should make payments to clear their balances and can do so by check, cashier's check, money order, or cash [pay cash directly to the Stars Connect Office (Lewis Hall 1st floor)]. Students may also pay electronically, online, through the Online Payment Center with ACH or any major credit card.
Although students are allowed to participate in graduation ceremony with an outstanding balance, diplomas and official transcripts will be on hold until all balances are paid in full. Any tuition balance related questions or concerns should be addressed to Jan Hnilica, Director of Accounts Receivable.
Transcripts and Diplomas
Students with an outstanding balance and a Student Accounts (SA) hold will not have access to their transcripts or diploma until their balance is paid in full. Student Accounts can release a transcript directly to a potential employer for the purpose of securing employment.