Full payment of tuition, residence hall fees and other related charges are due prior to the start of the term as specified on the original bill. A past due balance may result in prevention of registration or grade release. Payments will be accepted for billed charges only. The university is not able to process payments for more than the balance due on the student’s account.
E-Check via myNortheastern
We are able to accept payment by check under the following conditions:
Credit card payments are accepted for students in the College of Professional Studies (excluding The N.U.in Program, American Classroom Program and US Pathway Program) and most graduate programs (excluding 6th year Pharmacy and Physical Therapy programs). Undergraduate Day, School of Law and those students in the exceptions listed below may not use credit or debit cards for tuition and fee related charges.
MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover or Electronic Check payments can be made via the NUPay link on myNortheastern.
Note: Credit cards are accepted for non e-bill related payments for all students, for example adding funds to a Husky account, tuition and housing deposits, and MBTA semester pass program, etc.
You may send payments by mail or pay in person at Student Financial Services in 354 Richards Hall. Payments should be mailed at least 5-7 business days before the due date to allow for processing and to avoid late charges. To send a check or money order through the mail print the payment coupon on the e-bill and send a check or money order (no cash) made payable to Northeastern University through the mail to the following address:
P.O. Box 981085
Boston, MA 02298-1085
If you are mailing a payment without the payment coupon from the bill or sending the check overnight mail please use the following address:
Student Financial Services
354 Richards Hall
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Northeastern University is excited to announce that monthly payment plans will be administered through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) effective with the Spring 2018 College of Professional Studies Graduate Quarter.
The monthly payment plan allows you to divide your educational costs into smaller, more manageable, installments. In using this plan, it can reduce your need to borrow, thereby, reducing the overall cost of education and can be combined with your financial aid award or other financing options. Because the payment plan is not a loan, you do not have to pay interest, only an enrollment fee of $35 per term. To enroll in a payment plan, or learn more, please visit northeastern.afford.com or contact Tuition Management Systems at 855-217-0551.
Note: Check or E-check are the accepted methods of payment with monthly payment plans. Please note, TMS monthly payment plans cannot be used for past due balances.
Learn more about payment plan options and enrollment dates.
Northeastern University has partnered with Flywire to streamline the international wire payment process to the university. This service provides students and their families a safe, cost effective, and convenient method of making payments to Northeastern University in foreign currencies.
If you are interested in sending your payment to Northeastern University via wire transfer, please use Flywire to ensure your funds are received successfully. Please note, the university cannot accept payments that are greater than the amount due on the student’s account.
To initiate your payment online via your myNortheastern student portal, choose “Services & Links” and “Make an International Payment” under “Student Financial Services.”
To initiate your payment online via the parent portal, choose “Services & Links” and “Make an International Payment” under “View Your Student’s Financial and Academic Records.”
If you have an external scholarship please notify your financial aid counselor. Deduct the amount of the scholarship from your balance due and make payment accordingly. If you have a scholarship payment, please forward it to the address below. If the external organization requires a billing or other verification from the university, please send a copy of the organization’s request to the address below.
ATTN: General Scholarship, 354 Richards Hall
360 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115-5000
In those situations where the tuition is paid directly to the university by a third party, the student must provide the Office of Student Accounts with a purchase order or a written statement of intent to pay by the third party no later than the end of the first week of classes. If there are stipulations associated with the payment agreement, such as a minimum grade level, then the student must either pay the university directly or enroll in one of the payment options.
Documentation can be provided via:
Many companies, embassies and agencies directly reimburse students for their educational expenses upon successful completion of courses. In these situations, the student is responsible for paying the bill at the beginning of the term or selecting another payment option. Tuition may not be left unpaid pending reimbursement by a third party.