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Paying Your Bill

The UH System Bursar's Office manages billing, payments, and refunds for student tuition and fees. Below is frequently requested information regarding billing. Refer to the Bursar's Office (UH System) for complete details.

Note: If you are receiving a UH student award or scholarship, visit Financial Aid Services for more information. If you are using a faculty or staff tuition waiver, visit UH Employee Tuition Waivers for more information.

How to View Your Bill

  • Login to MyUH opens in new window
  • Select View Charges/Make a Payment
  • Select View My Account for Each Term

Note: Your bill will be viewable through MyUH after you register. A tuition bill will not be mailed to you.

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How to Pay Your Bill

The University offers a number of ways for you to pay your bill. Payments are accepted online, by mail, or in person.

If you add a class after your tuition is paid, any additional tuition and fees must be paid by 4:00 p.m. on the appropriate payment receipt deadline.

  1. To pay your bill online:
    • Login to MyUH opens in new window
    • Select View Charges/Make a Payment
    • Select Click here to access the Student Account Home Page
    • Select Make a Payment under your current account status
    • Pay by these methods
      • MasterCard, VISA, or any credit card accepted by the Discover Network such as Discover, Diners, and JCB
      • Any debit card accepted by NYCE, PLUS, STAR or ACCEL networks
      • eCheck or eSavings
    • Select View My Account for Each Term and print a copy for your records

  2. To pay your bill by mail:
    Make checks payable to "University of Hawaiʻi" and mail to:

    University of Hawaiʻi Cashier's Office
    Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services
    2600 Campus Rd., Room 105
    Honolulu, HI 96822-2205

    Mail payments must be RECEIVED by the appropriate payment receipt deadline. You should allow a minimum of 5 days for delivery prior to the deadline.  Do not use Campus Mail. To ensure proper crediting to your account, the Registration Payment Form must accompany your payment.  Write your student ID number on the bottom left corner of the check.  Improperly completed payment forms and checks may be returned to you unprocessed and will not be posted to your account.

  3. To pay your bill in person:
    Pay by cash, personal check, money order, or cashier’s check (no in-person credit card payment) at:
    University of Hawaiʻi Cashier's Office Service Windows
    Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services, Room 105
    8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Mondays to Fridays excluding holidays
    (Extended hours until 4:00 p.m. on payment deadline dates, subject to change)
    No receipts will be issued.
      After payment, print the View My Account for Each Term page for a summary of your semester charges.

Refer to the Bursar's Office Tuition & Fee Payments for additional payment options.

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Setting Up Authorized Users

You can give a parent or guardian the ability to access your account information and pay your bill.

To add an authorized user:

  • Login to MyUH opens in new window
  • Select View Charges/Make a Payment
  • Select Click here to access the Student Account Home Page
  • Select Authorized Users tab at the top of the page
  • Select Add an Authorized User
  • Input authorized users' information as requested
  • Select Add User

Refer to Registration Payment Information and Options (MyUH Tutorial) for additional information about authorized users.

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Payment Plan

The University offers you the option to pay your bill in one payment or through installments using a payment plan. Payment plans are only available for fall and spring terms and are not available for summer terms. The cost to sign up is a nonrefundable, per-semester fee of $30 per plan. Learn more about payment plans (PDF).

To sign up for a payment plan:

  • Login to MyUH opens in new window
  • Select View Charges/Make a Payment
  • Select Click here to access the Student Account Home Page
  • Select Payment Plans tab at the top of the page
  • Select Sign Up for a New Payment Plan

Refer to Registration Payment Information and Options (MyUH Tutorial) and FAQs for Student eCommerce Services for additional information about payment plans.

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Returned Checks or Unprocessed eChecks

Payments tendered to the University of Hawaiʻi or any department therein, and returned from the maker's bank for any reason (e.g., insufficient funds, closed bank account, incorrect bank information) will result in a $25.00 charge and a hold will be placed on your account.  DO NOT place a STOP PAYMENT on checks.  A stop payment on a check is considered a returned check and is not acknowledged as an official drop from courses or withdrawal from the University.

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Payment Error Code

When making a payment on MyUH and you receive an error message in the 1700 series (i.e., 1776 or 1777) this usually indicates that you need to check with your credit/debit card company (call customer service number on back of card) to inquire as to why the transaction cannot be processed. After checking with your credit/debit card company you should try to make your payment transaction again.

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Financial Obligations (Holds)

Students who have not met their financial obligations (traffic fines, library fines, locker fees, lab breakage charges, transcript fees, loans, rental contracts, etc.) to the satisfaction of the University of Hawaiʻi may be denied a variety of enrollment services including registration, withdrawal, and transcripts. Review Financial Holds for a list of common financial holds and contact information.

Enrollment at the University of Hawaiʻi signifies consent to, and acceptance of all policies and procedures governing enrollment, including financial liability.  Students who fail to remit payment when due, agree to pay University of Hawaiʻi all reasonable costs for collection, to include collection agency, attorney’s and court fees.

Copies of the delinquent financial obligations policy and procedures are available for inspection at the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Students and the UH Cashier’s Office.

To check for Holds:

  • Login to MyUH opens in windows
  • Select View Holds
  • The phone number of the office that placed the hold should be listed under the Originator box

To clear a financial hold online, you must contact the office that placed the hold to have the hold removed from your account.

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