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Costs for the academic year are listed at Actual year costs for the following academic year will be available online beginning in July. Along with the tuition and related fees, student health insurance is mandatory. For more information on health insurance fees, please see Insurance for Students. The University of Delaware uses an electronic billing process to bill all students for charges incurred. The ebill is accessible at Students receive a monthly e-mail notification sent to their preferred e-mail address when the bill is available so be sure to establish your pin and e-mail account before the Fall Semester bill is generated in July. You have the option of paying in full or paying by installments. Students also have the option of granting ebill access to their parent/guardian. See for more information.

Once you have registered, you must financially clear your account in one of the following ways:

- Payment in full

- Enroll in the Installment Plan through My Finances: make four equal installment payments of 25% due monthly beginning August 1 for the fall semester, to be paid in full by November.

- No/Partial Payment: if you are not making a payment by the due date because your funds are not available until you reach the country. Please note that you must report the amount and source of your funding as an additional credit in My Finances to avoid a late penalty.

Full, partial or installment payments can be made in one of the following ways:

  • Online Check (ACH Payment) - Input your bank account number and bank routing number. Then your payment will be directly debited from your account. ◦If you are using an Equity Line of Credit or Money Market account, please check with the bank prior to using the ACH payment method. Some institutions will not allow ACH payments to be completed and will return the on-line check.

  • Credit Card - The University has made arrangements for a third-party vendor, Cashnet, to accept student account payments online with the four major credit/debit cards: VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. CashNet assesses a service charge (2.75% Domestic / 4.25% International) for processing your credit card payment. Please review our FAQ's for additional information on using a credit card.

  • Mail a check - My Finances provides a printable remittance slip. If you are not including this remittance slip, please include student ID and student first and last name (check, cashier's check or money order only) and mail to Cashier's Office 30 Lovett Avenue 116 Student Services Bldg Newark, DE 19716

  • International Payments - The University has partnered with Western Union Business Solutions to provide enhanced ability for international students to make payments from their home countries with reduced transaction fees. Click here for more details.

  • Wire Instructions can be obtained by calling (302) 831-2126.

Mandatory medical insurance will be charged directly to you and will appear on your student bill. If you have questions about the billing and/or payment process, contact Student Financial Services at (302) 831-2126 or at

Please note: Students should have U.S. currency available for travel expenses and any emergency that might occur between arrival at port of entry and arrival in Newark, Delaware.


A note about the International Student Fee:

The international student fee is a mandatory fee charged to all enrolled students holding a non-immigrant visa status in support of the services provided by the Office for International Students and Scholars. This fee provides international students with essential services such as advising, processing of immigration documents, regulatory reporting and other acculturation programs and resources. Additionally, it covers the cost of maintaining institutional compliance with U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Department of State regulations.