Student Billing and Payment
eBill and ePay
The Office of Student and Accounts Receivable generates an electronic student billing statement, also referred to as an eBill. An email notification will be sent to your University email account when your eBill is available. The University does not send paper bills. Your eBill is available 24/7 and can be accessed by logging into Br. LUWIS and then:
- Select Student Services
- Select Student and Accounts Receivable
- Select View and Pay Your eBill
When you view your eBill you are also able to pay your eBill electronically through eCheck (ACH) or by credit card. We recommend you pay via eCheck as a convenient, secure, fast and free method to pay your student bill. If you chose to pay by credit card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa) a 2.75 percent convenience fee will be added to the transaction.
Financial Aid Credits
Your student account is credited with your financial aid award. Generally the semester credit will be one-half of your annual award. A financial aid memo credit is applied to your student account and will reflect on your eBill until the actual funds are posted to your account. Financial aid is officially posted to your account on or after the first day of the semester. Once funds are posted your memo credit will expire. If funds are not received within the first 30 days of the semester, your memo credit will expire and you will owe the balance on your account. If you have questions about your financial aid please contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Through the Student and Accounts Receivable link on Br. LUWIS you are also able to set up an authorized user to view and pay your ebill. We strongly encourage you to set-up anyone who will be paying your account on your behalf as an authorized user. Your authorized user will receive an email when an eBill is available.
A payment plan is offered each semester if full payment is not the best option for you. Our payment plans are administered by Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS). You may access the payment plan through the Accounts Receivable link on Br. Luwis by selecting Payment Plan. There is a $35 enrollment fee for the semester plan.
Spring Semester 2016 Payment Plan (Plan opens December 5, 2015 and closes January 13, 2016
|Last day to enroll online||Required down payment||Number of payments||
Months of payments
Payment Due Dates
|December 19, 2015||20%||4||January – April||January 5th– April 5th|
|January 13, 2016||25%||3||February – April||February 5th– April 5th|
Payment by Mail
If you choose to pay by mail please make your check/money order payable to La Salle University. Please include your student ID number on the face of the check to ensure accurate and timely processing. Because U.S. mail is sometimes unpredictable please mail your payment ten days in advance of the due date and address to:
La Salle University
Office of Student and Accounts Receivable
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141-1199
Do not send cash through the mail.
If you choose to pay in-person, a payment drop box is located outside of the Office of Student and Accounts Receivable, first floor of the Lawrence Administration Center. Do not place cash in the drop box. Payments are also accepted at the cashier window between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
If you choose to pay by wire transfer, instructions are available on Br. LUWIS by selecting wire transfers on the Student and Accounts Receivable link. Please include your student ID number with the wire transfer to ensure accurate and timely processing.
Third Party Payments
If a recognized third party (employer, foundation, foreign government, etc.) is paying all or a portion of your tuition/fees, you must send a billing authorization to the Office of Student and Accounts Receivable. We will post a memo credit to your student account for the amount authorized and bill the third party. The billing authorization must include the name and University ID of the student, the amount the third party will pay, billing instructions and the signature of the authorized representative. Please remit payment for any amount due that is not covered by a third party. Third party billing authorizations are accepted in lieu of payment and should be received by the payment due date. Please fax or email your billing authorization to 215.951.1799 or email@example.com.
Employer Assisted Graduate Tuition Deferred Payment Plan
La Salle University offers a deferred payment plan for graduate students who qualify for tuition reimbursement from their employer. There is a $50 application fee to enroll in this plan.
Students accepted into this plan may defer payment of the portion of their tuition reimbursable under the employers’ program until 45 days after the end of the semester. Any balance not covered by the employer education assistance plan must be remitted to the University by the original due date. To enroll, please complete the Employer Assisted Graduate Tuition Deferred Payment Plan Application and Promissory Note.