With CUBill&Pay, students can give parent(s) and others (up to five people) access to view the student account and pay tuition and fees on students’ behalf. This is called “authorizing payers.” Authorized payers receive monthly email reminders to check the student account when tuition and fees are posted in CUBill&Pay.
If your student receives Title IV financial aid such as a Pell Grant or a Federal Student Loan, the aid is limited to pay tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board in accordance with federal regulations. This can result in a refund being issued to the student before the rest of the charges (health insurance, parking permit, etc.) are paid. To avoid potential late and finance charges, students can grant permission in MyCUInfo for their Title IV aid to apply to all charges on the student account. For step-by-step instructions, please visit our How-To’s. Whether or not your student chooses to grant permission, all charges are due by the published due date.
Tuition and fees are posted to student accounts online. Bills are never mailed.
All students and authorized payers receive monthly email reminders to check the student account. The email will have a link directing you to the CUBill&Pay website.
Tuition and fees are typically posted after students register and before the first day of classes (not including late registrants). Tuition and fees must be paid by the due date to avoid late and finance charges even if you or your student does not receive an email reminder. Students are able to view their student account 24/7 on MyCUInfo. Authorized payers view the student account in CUBill&Pay 24/7.
Yes. Enter each transaction separately in CUBill&Pay. You’ll need the routing and account numbers for each account you wish to use.
Students can view their account balances 24/7 through MyCUInfo. Please note that the student account is in the student’s name, and ultimately the student is responsible to make sure the charges are paid in full.
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Accounts with unpaid balances as of the due date for each semester are subject to late and finance charges and a financial hold. This will result in a student’s inability to register for a future term, withholding of a transcript and/or degree, and/or unenrollment from future term classes. See Payment Terms.
See also have payment plans.
Mandatory fees are charged in addition to tuition to provide services such as the recreation center, on-campus computer labs, an RTD bus pass, and many other programs. Details can be found for each academic year and the summer semester on our Tuition and Fees page, under Mandatory Fees.
Some courses and programs carry additional fees for students. Fees are charged at the discretion of the department offering the course. Detailed course fees for each semester can be found on our Tuition and Fees page, under Course Fees.
Because of the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the university cannot disclose information about student accounts without the student’s permission. However students can authorize parents or others as payers which gives them access to view the bill, pay online and discuss the student account over the phone. This access does not include grades, schedules, or information other than the student’s tuition and fee account.
If payment was made by check, e-check, or financial aid, refunds are issued to students regardless of who pays tuition and fees. For fast access to refunds, students can set up direct deposit in MyCUInfo.
If payment was made by a credit card, refunds are issued to the credit card company. The 2.75 percent service fee assessed by NelNet Business Solutions is nonrefundable.
See the PLUS Refunds for information on refunds.