FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Winter Session - 2013
The Free Drop/Add period ends Tuesday January 8.
Withdrawal from Winter classes after that date leaves
tuition committed and non-refundable.
The last date to withdraw or change grade status is Tuesday January 22.
The University of Delaware bills students for tuition, fees, and other charges electronically through our My Finances online billing site, available at www.udel.edu/myfinances. Billing notification is sent via email to the preferred billing email listed on UDSIS, so new students must establish a pin and email account at the time of registration to receive these notifications. Students also have the option of granting ebill access to an authorized party. Student and authorized billing users can then access the ebill and current account activity from the My Finances site access throughout the term.
See www.udel.edu/myfinances for more information.
Bills are due prior to the start of classes in order to avoid late payment fees and to remain registered in courses. If financial aid (scholarships, loans, Grad Contracts, fee waivers or other credits) is sufficient to cover the balance due, we still require that you notify us of this aid via My Finances to maintain your registration. To do this, log into My Finances. From the 'Make a Payment' option, please indicate 'Yes' at the 'Report Additional Credits' page and indicate both the type and amount of award that is being used to cover the balance. This will update a Reported Adjustment credit from the Account Summary. From here you can either make the lesser required payment or, if no payment is due, submit the information without making a payment.
For you convenience, My Finances provides an up-to-date balance and, therefore, payment can be made at any time after registration. When you access your ebill through My Finances, you will be able to pay online via your checking account (please have your checking account and routing number available). Alternatively, you can pay via credit card (though the University does not accept Visa and there is a 2.75% service fee associated with this option). If you have questions about the billing and/or payment process, contact Student Financial Services at (302) 831-2126, or
Please note that:
- Matriculated students are charged tuition based on their classification and program.
- Continuing Education students are charged based on the course level: 000 499=Undergraduate, 500-999=Graduate
- Tuition charges are the same whether courses are taken with the "audit" grade option or for regular graded credit.
- Students in traditional residence halls must select a "Full Size" dining plan.
- Advance registered students who increase their credit hour load during the free drop/add period must pay any additional charge at the time the change is made.
The Cashiers Office in the Student Services Building is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. To view and pay your bill online via your checking account go to:
Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes
In general, to qualify as a Delaware (in-state) student for tuition and fee purposes, the student (or the parent/guardian upon whom the student is dependent) must have established a domicile in Delaware and must have maintained continuous residence therein for a period of 12 consecutive months prior to the first day of classes in the semester/session in which Delaware student status is sought. Individuals who work in Delaware but reside in another state are not considered in-state students for the purpose of tuition and fees. First time students should resolve any questions concerning residency prior to submitting a registration form.
The complete residency policy can be found at
Tuition for BE-MBA/MS students
Housing ($500) - Charged to all students residing in Traditional residence halls and suite buildings during Winter Session regardless of the type of room or area of campus. (Conover and Graduate House residents pay the normal monthly rate.)
|$ 1,513 per credit
No maximum applies for BE-MBA/MS students, and DE Residents accepted to those programs receive an automatic 50% scholarship.
Dining Plan Rates $725-$732 - A variety of different meal plans are available at costs of $725 or $732.
Student Health Fee
($66) -- Charged to all full-time students enrolled in Winter Session.
Registration Fee ($30) - Charged to part-time
students each semester. All students are assessed this fee during summer and winter sessions.
Student Comprehensive Fee ($50) - This is a mandatory fee charged to all undergraduate and CEND students during the regular semesters and during the Winter and Summer sessions. This fee supports the student fitness center, recreational programs, student activities, concerts, performing arts and the activities of registered student organizations.
Late Payment Fee ($55) - Charged for outstanding balances
received after billing and fee payment deadlines.
Change of Registration Fee ($25) - After the end of the
Free Drop/Add period (January 8) a one-time fee of $25 will be
assessed for registration changes. These include: changing a
course section, dropping and/or adding a course, or changing
grade status among auditor, credit or pass/fail.
Tuition is charged and is not refundable for course withdrawals
after January 8.
Students who take UD-Online Distance Learning classes outside of Delaware can, under certain
conditions, qualify for a lower than normal
"Nonresident Site Tuition" rate.
Students in the Associate in Arts Program, when taking classes at one of the AA Academic Centers, will be charged tuition for those classes at the prevailing Associate in Arts Program rates. When taking classes on the Newark campus, AA students will be charged the normal Undergraduate rates shown in the table above.
Federal Direct Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized Loans and Federal Direct PLUS (Parent) Loans or private educational loans are the primary source of financial aid available for Winter Session. Students must have filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form for the 2012-2013 year in order to apply for the Federal Direct Loan Program (Subsidized or Unsubsidized Student Loans) and for Federal PLUS Loans. Students should also be pre-registered for Winter Session classes when they request a Direct Loan, and Direct Loans for Winter Sessions are processed after November 1. Contact Student Financial Services at (302) 831-2126, or at
for additional information. Please note that financial aid awards are based upon your enrollment status and Federal Direct Loans require that you maintain enrollment of at least 6 credit hours during the Winter Session. If your enrollment status or credit hour load changes, then your aid package will be revised. Furthermore, if you are enrolled for less than three credits, you are not eligible for most types of aid.
Listener (L) credits do NOT count
toward enrollment status for financial aid purposes.
With your FLEX Account you can enjoy cashless purchasing power across campus: at all dining locations, the University Bookstore, even residence hall laundry machines. For more information about FLEX, how to sign up and where to use it, visit our web site at:
or call us at 831-4033.
Open a checking account from PNC Bank, and expand the purchasing capabilities of your i-card both on and off campus. Best of all, the University's i-card becomes your PNC Bank ATM card. To open an account, visit the on-campus PNC Bank office in the Trabant University Center. For more information about any of our banking services, visit our web site at:
or call us at (302) 831-4400 or 24 hours a day at 1-877-PNC-1000
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