Student Accounts: Payments
Payment in full for tuition, room and board (where applicable), and any assessed fees are due on or before January 4th, 2012 for Spring Semester and May 7th, 2012 for Summer Semester. Students must make financial arrangements for any unpaid portion of their bill with the Office of Student Accounts in order to be cleared for classes. Payment for any special charges and adjustments incurred during the semester is due at the time of adjustment. Payment is accepted in the Student Accounts Office from 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday. We accept cash and checks. Students can also make payments online through TMS or set up a wire transfer. Please call us for our account number if you wish to wire payment. Checks can also be mailed to:
University of Portland
5000 N Willamette Blvd.
Mail Stop 156
Portland, OR 97203
Make checks payable to: University of Portland.
Student Accounts creates a paper invoice in mid July for Fall semester, first part of December for Spring semester and the first part of April for Summer semester. The invoice reflects all current charges based on a students' registration at the time of invoicing for the new semester. Invoices are generated at the beginning of every month during the academic year and are emailed to the student.
Payment of tuition entitles the student to receive a validated student body card that permits: admission to the University library, gymnasium, and student recreational facilities: admissions to concerts, lectures, and athletic events at no charge or a reduced rate: and free access to student publications. Full-time students in addition are entitled to use the University health center services.
Parents or guardians will be held responsible for all bills contracted by their dependent students even though the student may be self-supporting. A student's account must be paid in full in order to register for upcoming classes. Degrees and transcripts will not be issued to any student who account has not been paid in full. If a past due account is paid by personal check, the degree and transcript will be released two weeks after the receipt of the payment.
Expenses incurred because of damage to University property will be billed to the student who caused the damage.
The University is not responsible for any loss of, or damage to, the personal property of a student.