Find out how to pick a payment plan, pay your bill and more.
How to pay
Access CLASS via eCampus using your student login and choose one of the options below:
Electronic check payment: If you choose this method there is no fee and payment is simply withdrawn from your checking account the following day and forwarded to Adelphi University on your behalf.
Credit card payment: If you choose to pay your balance due by credit card and you cannot visit the Office of the Cashier to have your MasterCard, Visa or Discover card swiped, the University allows you to make a credit card payment online.
Please note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, processing fees will not be charged.
During regular operations, if you choose this option there will be an additional nonrefundable online processing fee ($35 for transactions less than $1,000; $75 for transactions between $1,000 and less than $5,000; and $125 for all transactions $5,000 or greater). To avoid this additional processing fee, the University urges its students to explore the alternative, no additional charge, payment option discussed above.
You can mail your check or money order made payable to Adelphi University:
Adelphi University Cashiers
Levermore Hall, Room 3
One South Avenue
P.O. Box 701
Garden City, NY 11530-0701
Do not send payments to the Office of Student Financial Services. Payments must be sent to the cashiers office.
Please write your student identification number on the check on the Memo line. If you choose to pay your bill by credit card and cannot visit the Office of the Cashier, please see the online payment options below.
Adelphi University has partnered with Flywire to streamline the process of international payments. Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency. By making your payment with Flywire you can:
- Track your payments from start to finish
- Save on bank fees and exchange rates
- Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night
If none of the other payment options are appropriate for you, you may make a payment directly via bank wire transfer.
Stay on top of your payments by reviewing our tuition policies.
Tuition and fees are due in full by August 1 for the Fall semester and January 6 for the Spring semester unless the monthly payment plan is elected. If you are a student pre-registering for the fall and spring semesters, you’ll be billed in June and November, respectively. Students are responsible for all charges regardless of billing. All payments will be applied to past due balances first.
Students should contact our Office of Student Financial Services if you do not receive your e-bill(s) on CLASS. Payments must be made in accordance with University policies, whether or not bills are received.
Students may request a current statement of account by contacting the Office of Student Financial Services or by logging into eCampus/CLASS to “Request a Bill”. Once the request is received, the statement of account will be mailed to the address on file.
Semester Payment in Full
If you are paying your single semester bill in one payment, simply use one of the payment methods listed above by the due date.
Monthly Tuition Pay Plan
Many students have indicated a preference to pay on a monthly basis. Adelphi offers a monthly Tuition Payment Plan, which provides for payment in monthly installments as an alternative. Information on this plan is sent to the student’s Adelphi email account and can also be obtained in the Office of Student Financial Services.
Application process: Enroll in the Monthly Tuition Payment Plan. Information regarding the Tuition Payment Plan will be forwarded to the student’s Adelphi email account and will be available in the Office of Student Financial Services.
Application fee: $50 nonrefundable application fee payable to Tuition Pay.
Special provisions: Applications received prior to May 1 require the application fee (First payment for the 10-month plan is due by May 1). For applications received after May 1, the application fee will be required in addition to the first payment. Monthly statements will be provided to the student by Transact Payments powered by Cashnet (Formerly known as Blackboard/HigherOne).
Students whose bills are paid through this payment plan option will continue to receive statements from the University showing all activity on their account. These statements should be used to calculate any balance that may be due after all tuition payment plan payments have been received by the University. All remaining balances are due in full by March 15 each year. Any balance remaining after March 15 will incur late payment fees (see Late Payment Fee Schedule). Please note that all payment plan payments will be applied to past due balances first.
For further information: Visit commerce.cashnet.com/ADELPHIFSPPPAY or call toll free at 877.821.0625.
Late Payment Fees
Tuition and fees are due in full by the first payment due date unless the TPP (Tuition Payment Plan) is elected. Failure to make payments on time will result in the assessment of late penalties. Programs not following the traditional semester calendar are also subject to late payment fees.
Students having outstanding indebtedness to the University will not be permitted to register, receive a transcript or grade report, or have a degree conferred. No student may withdraw or graduate from the University in good standing unless all current obligations are paid in full. Federal and state regulations, as well as University policy, precludes the use of any current financial aid for payment of past due charges.
|Payment after August 1||$60|
|Payment after October 15 (additional)||$35|
|Payment after October 31 (additional)||$110|
|Payment after January 6||$60|
|Payment after March 15 (additional)||$35|
|Payment after March 31 (additional)||$110|