Payments

Your eBill is due upon receipt. To avoid a late fee, payments must be posted by 6:00 p.m. (EST) on a payment due date. Online payment (Credit Card or eCheck) is the University at Buffalo’s preferred payment method. When paying online, payments are posted to the student account in real-time. For release of an unpaid bill hold, please allow 24-48 hours after payment has been posted to your account.

  • How to Pay Your Bill
    2/5/24
    Online payment (Credit Card or eCheck) is the University at Buffalo’s preferred payment method. When paying online, payments are posted to the student account in real-time. For release of an unpaid bill hold, please allow 24-48 hours after payment has been posted to your account.
  • Authorized Payers
    2/5/24
    Students are able to designate someone, such as a parent, guardian or spouse, as an authorized payer.
  • International Payments
    3/11/24
    University at Buffalo has partnered with Flywire to streamline the tuition and fee payment process for our international students. Flywire offers multiple payment options and excellent foreign exchange rates. They’ll ensure your payment arrives safely and accurately.
  • Using QuikPay
    2/5/24
    QuikPAY is a web-based product providing electronic bill (eBill) view and print options, as well as payment, refunding and payment plan services for our students and their families.
  • Payment Plan
    4/16/24
    The University at Buffalo partners with Nelnet Campus Commerce to administer payment plans. Depending on when you enroll in the payment plan, you may have up to five installments.
  • Penalties for Non-Payment
    3/11/24
    In accordance with State University of New York (SUNY) policy, the university reserves the right to withhold future services, including registration and release of diplomas, for any student with an outstanding balance to the university. 
  • Tuition Waivers
    2/5/24
    The State University of New York provides tuition assistance for eligible employees enrolled in courses at a SUNY campus.  The percentage of tuition forgiveness is determined by the individual tuition waiver program, eligible courses, as well as by the funds available.