At CU Denver, billing and payments are handled by the Bursar's Office and our website is designed to share everything you need to know about your tuition bill. You'll find all of the information you need here in one place, including state and federal regulations, policies specific to CU
Denver, cost per credit hour, how to make payments, payment methods, and important dates, as well as Residency and the College Opportunity Fund (COF) and how they could affect your tuition bill.
You can view your tuition balance, see current and previous bill activity, and make payments by logging into your UCDAccess student portal. You can pay your tuition bill online or send a check or cashier’s check to the Bursar’s office.
CU Denver has made it quick and easy to set up payment plans for your tuition bill. Once your plan is setup, funds will automatically be taken out of your bank account so you don't need to think about your bill again. See what options are available.
Stay informed about important dates and deadlines related to your account. Get to know the billing calendar to learn when bills are due, how adding or withdrawing classes will affect your balance, when refunds become available, and more.
Tuition and fees make up the majority of your colleges expenses so it's important to understand what to expect and plan accordingly. Understand tuition expenses, review itemized fees, calculate your cost of attendance, and more.
If you’re an international student, there are different payment policies in place. CU Denver has partnered with Flywire International Payments to make the process easier. Flywire provides instructions in many different languages and it allows you to save on bank fees and exchange rates, tracking your payment from start to finish.
Review our Billing Basics web page to learn about online services, payments by mail, late payment charges, course drop charges, and Registration Advance Payments.
If your tuition bill is being paid by a third party such as a government entity or an organization that has agreed to pay your tuition, there are forms that you need to complete to ensure your invoices are being sent to the responsible party.
Find billing policies related to tuition and fees, course withdrawals, fee waivers, COF, FERPA, e-bills, emails, residency, employee tuition benefits, and more.
College is expensive but it's a smart investment in your future. Like any other investment, it's important to understand how the choices you make today will affect your future financial situation. Learn how to borrow responsibly.
We will consider an adjustment of service charges, drop charges or late payment charges on a case-by-case basis. Petitions must be submitted during the semester the charges/forfeitures are assessed.
If you have questions, you’re not alone. We’ve put together an FAQ list where you can get billing and payment answers about topics including COF, mandatory fees, how to apply for student loans, due dates, and refunds.