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When is the balance of my tuition due? What if my financial aid doesn’t cover all my tuition?

Your tuition is due based on the date you registered for classes. To review your payment due dates, log in to My ASU, and click “My Finances” in the Quick Links box on the left-hand side. Click “View History” for detailed account information, or “Make a Payment” for online payment services through QuikPAY.

The first refunds to students via mail or direct deposit will begin a few days before the beginning of each term (see our calendar for dates).

During disbursement, your available financial aid will begin paying charges on your ASU student account. Please review important information on how to receive your financial aid and pay your tuition. See all tuition dates for financial aid students.

If you have accepted financial aid, your classes will be held even if financial aid becomes unavailable or is inadequate to pay all tuition and fees. If your financial aid is canceled or does not pay all tuition and fees, you are responsible for these charges. Students are required to pay all tuition and fees for any registered course unless enrollment is officially canceled during the 100% refund period. Registration will not be canceled during the tuition refund period for non-payment. If you decide not to attend classes, you must officially withdraw from the University. If you have questions, call or visit the Student Accounts Office at your campus. For general tuition deadline dates, view the academic calendar.

If the balance of your tuition is not paid by your tuition due date, you will be automatically enrolled in the tuition installment plan so that you can make payments during the semester. A nominal, non-refundable fee is charged for enrollment in the installment plan which will be billed to your account upon enrollment in the plan.