Billing and Assessments

Semester-Based Courses

Billing Statements

The University of Illinois no longer mails billing statements to registered students. Once a month, the University of Illinois emails students, reminding them to view their student account for recent activity and to pay any amount due by the due date. The student account is available online for students to view and print, and includes all student account transactions such as: payments received, and charges and credits for tuition, and fees. For more information on how to view your student account, visit the USFSCO website (University Student Financial Services & Cashiers Operations).


Payment is due on the 28th of each month. Tuition and fee charges for fall and spring terms are billed in September and February respectively. Summer term charges are billed in June and/or July depending on enrollment.

Please check the University Student Financial Services and Cashier Operations website to view specific payment due dates.

Students may pay their bills in one of four ways: Online, by mail, in person or by wire transfer. The University accepts both e-checks and credit card payments online through UI-Pay. An e- check is an electronic withdrawal from a checking or savings account at a domestic (U.S.) bank account. Credit cards accepted for payment are MasterCard, American Express and Discover. All credit card transactions will be assessed a 2.4% convenience fee.

Online payment

Students can access UI-Pay through the Student Self-Service website and complete the steps below to make an online payment:

Check or money order payments by mail

The student’s name and UIN must be written on the check or money order. A printed copy of the payment coupon from the E-Bill must be included to ensure proper credit. Payment should be mailed at least five business days prior to the due date to allow for mail delivery and processing time. Payments may be mailed to the following location:

University of Illinois
Student A/R
PO Box 19455
Springfield, IL 62794-9455

Payments in person and/or wire transfer

Learn more on how to make a payment in person or by wire transfer, on the University Student Financial Services Cashier Operations website.

Please note:

  • Advance registration assessments are calculated and made available for viewing in the Student Self-Service website. Students who have submitted the appropriate paperwork in a timely manner will have their financial aid disbursement credited directly to their student account and reflected on their payment statement.
  • A $15 Late Registration Fine is assessed for registrations submitted after the first day of on-campus instruction. The first day of instruction for upcoming semesters is available from the Office of Admissions and Records. This does not apply to registrations in NetMath, MTL, and self-paced courses.
  • Paper statements are no longer being mailed. Once a month, the University of Illinois emails students reminding them to view their student account for recent activity and to pay any amount due by the due date.
  • The University Student Financial Services and Cashier Operations website (USFSCO) provides information on the electronic billing process; credit card and other payment options, procedures, and due dates; accessing electronic billing statements in UI-Integrate Self-Service System; late payment penalties, and much more. Students can also call the Office of Student Accounts and Cashiers toll-free at: 800-252-1360, extension 32180.

If your education at the University of Illinois is being supported by an outside agency, the University of Illinois Student Financial Services and Cashier Operations (USFSCO) can bill the agency directly. Outside agencies can be other schools, educational foundations, businesses, and governmental agencies. Please refer all questions to:

University Student Financial Services and Cashier Operations
162 Henry Administration Building
506 S Wright St
Urbana, IL 61801
217-333-2180 | Fax: 217-333-9132

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