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To make a payment, log in to Self Service and click on the 'Finances' tab.

  • All payments for tuition must be received by the TUITION PAYMENT DEADLINES each semester. Payments received after the deadline are considered late and are subject to late charges.
  • If you register for additional courses after fee bills have been sent out, you will not be sent a new fee bill prior to the tuition payment deadline. Check Self Service for the most current account balance.
  • Please see the semester DATES & DEADLINES for detailed information regarding tuition payment dates and applicable late penalties.
  • Be sure to include any appropriate late charges if you will be paying late.
Payments for Other Charges
  • Other charges are due as incurred.
  • Refer to the fee bill for due dates.
  • Charges not paid by the due date may be subject to a late fee.
  • Students may obtain their current account balance and make payments online using Self Service.
Tuition Payment Plan

University of Holy Cross offers a Tuition Payment Plan for the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. It allows students to spread their tuition payments over the semester. There is a $75.00 per semester non-refundable payment plan fee for this service. The first installment of the total balance and the $75.00 payment plan fee are due at the time of enrolling in the payment plan. If payments are not made timely, a late fee may be incurred. 

Want to spread out your payments for classes? We now offer a payment plan option with eight (8) bi-weekly installments.

Are you interested in setting up a Payment Plan or want more information? Contact the Office of the Bursar at or (504) 398-2151.

Please refer to the Tuition Payment Plan Terms and Conditions for complete details.

  • I must enroll in the payment plan by the due date before the semester begins to avoid losing my classes.
  • I am responsible for paying each of the installments on time.
  • Three (3) missed payments will result in cancellation of the plan. Remaining tuition or fees will be due immediately and services will be subject to cancellation for non-payment.
  • Checks returned for non-payment will result in a $55 service charge. Two dishonored checks will result in future ineligibility for the plan.
  • Financial aid is handled separately from the Payment Plan.
  • Should it become necessary for the University to retain an attorney or collection agency to secure payment of any amount due, I will be responsible for all collection costs and legal fees.
  • I am required to re-enroll each semester to participate in the Payment Plan.

By enrolling in the Payment Plan,
I agree to these additional terms and conditions:

  • The $75.00 fee for the Payment Plan is non-refundable.
  • I am responsible to pay tuition in full even if I do not attend classes. I must officially withdraw to obtain any available refund/reduction of balance. The last date for a 100% tuition refund is: see Dates and Deadlines.
  • I agree to pay ALL tuition/fees on the plan. If I add or drop classes, I must check my account on Self Service or contact the Bursar's Office to determine the effect on the payments.
Student Account Billing

As a student, you have an account that includes individual charges and credits for each term. Charges include course tuition and other fees, such as lab fees, meal plan, etc. Credits applied to your account may include a combination of payments, such as credit cards, personal checks, and financial aid.

To view your student account, log in to Self Service and select Finance then Balance.

If you register online, you receive a registration and payment confirmation by email. If additional charges are applied to your account at a later date, log in to Self Service to view and pay the charges.

Stopping Payment on Checks or Credit Cards

Stopping payment on checks or credit cards is not a valid method of dropping or withdrawing from your courses. if you stop payment on a check or credit card without following the University’s policies and procedures for dropping or withdrawing from your courses, you are responsible for all course tuition and fees posted to your student account.

Past Due Balances

A past due fee will be assessed to accounts not paid on time. Until the account is paid in full, UHC services will be withheld, including, but not limited to, registration, grades, transcripts, and diplomas. If further action is warranted, you may be responsible for all collection costs and legal fees.