Tuition balance can be paid either in person, by mail, by phone, or online. See below for what types of payment can be accepted.
Tuition can be paid in person by cash or check at the Office of Student and Accounts Receivable on the first floor of the Lawrence Administration Building. There is also a payment drop box located outside of the office (please do not place cash in the drop box).
Tuition can be paid by mail by checks only. You can send payment to the following address:
La Salle University
Office of Student Accounts Receivable
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141-1199
Tuition can be paid over the phone with ACH, MasterCard, or American Express. Phone payments can be made by calling 215.951.1055.
Tuition can be paid online with ACH, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. Make an online payment using the La Salle Online Portal.
Invoices for fall classes are generally mailed sometime in July, provided that the student has registered for classes. Invoices for spring classes are mailed generally toward the end of December. Payment is due approximately 15 days from the print date listed on the invoice.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Office of Student and Accounts Receivable at 215.951.1055.
All international undergraduate students are eligible to be considered for all La Salle University merit scholarships. These include the Christian Brothers Scholarship, the Founder’s Scholarship, the Mission Grant, and the Community Service Scholarship. For more information about these scholarships, application directions, and deadline dates, please go to our scholarships page.
To qualify for any federal and state financial aid, a student must be either a U.S. citizen or an eligible permanent non-citizen. Generally, international students are not eligible for federal or state grants or student loans.
International students who wish to borrow alternative loans to assist with covering their balance can find lender information from our alternative loan page. A U.S. citizen will be needed as a co-signer.
Another site to check out is Edupass.org. Click on “Financing College,” and you’ll find a number of loan programs designed especially to help you out with finances. However, be advised—many of these programs require a U.S. citizen as a co-signer. So, the better their credit score, the better interest rate you’ll get.
For any additional questions regarding Financial Aid, click here.