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How to Make a Tuition Payment

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Learn how to make a tuition payment in-person, online, or by mail.


In-Person Payment

In-person payments are accepted at the Cashier’s Office in the form of cash, check, signature-based debit cards, and Apple Pay. The Cashier’s Office info, location, and hours are included below.


Cashier/Bursars Office - - 801-863-7200


800 West University Ave., Orem, UT 84058 - BA 108/109


Monday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday, Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Online Payment

  1. Navigate to myUVU for Students and log in to your account.

  2. Click on the Students tab and from the drop-down menu, select Paying for my Education.

  3. Locate and click on Make a Payment in the list under My Student Account.

  4. Select either Pay by Term or Amount Due and enter the amount you would like to pay.

    1. Select Pay by Term to make a payment to a specific term or to pay on a past-due amount.

    2. Select Amount Due to make a payment for the current term.

  5. Read and follow on-screen instructions to complete the payment process until you receive confirmation your payment was processed successfully.

You may use an electronic check with no extra charge, or a major credit card with an additional 2.85% processing fee.

Payment by Mail

  1. Make check payable to UVU or Utah Valley University.

  2. Include your UVID and Name on the check to ensure the check is credited to your account correctly and efficiently.

  3. Mail checks to the address below, a minimum of three weeks prior to posted payment deadlines.

    1. 800 West University Ave., Orem, UT 84058 - MS109

Important Things to Note

  • A student's ability to make check and online check payments can be restricted if a check has bounced more than once.

    • If a student does have this restriction, they can either make a payment online with a credit or debit card or make a payment in person with a debit card or cashier's check.

  • When entering online check information, ensure that the account and routing information entered is correct. The most common reasons for online check payment rejection are:

    • Incorrect account/routing information

    • Insufficient funds

    • Incorrect account type (checking vs. savings)

  • Credit cards are not accepted in person, and are only accepted online.

  • If a payment was made in error, contact the Cashier’s Office as soon as possible because the payment may be able to be cancelled or voided before fully processed.

  • Many credit or debit cards have daily spending limits which could result in rejected tuition payments. Contact your bank to request this limit be lifted.

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