Your ASU tuition bill can be paid online, in-person, by check, with financial aid, using a a prepaid or College Savings Plan or with a student account refund. Payments are not accepted over the phone.
To pay online:
You can submit payment up to the amount owed on your account.
eChecks (Electronic Check Payment)
eChecks are ASU's preferred payment method and are FREE. eChecks are a fast and simple online payment method that can be made from regular U.S. checking and savings accounts. You will need your bank's routing number and your account number, which is available on the bottom of your check or from your financial institution. Read the eCheck FAQs for additional information.
Credit and Debit Cards
ASU does not directly accept credit or debit card payments for tuition and student account charges, but has arranged for a third-party processor to accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express payments online through QuikPAY. The processor charges a 2.4% service fee for credit and debit card payments. Tuition and student account credit and debit card payments are only accepted online and are not accepted by mail, over the phone or in person. Read the credit card FAQs for additional information.
International Payments - Flywire
ASU has partnered with Flywire to give our international students a streamlined and safe method for making international payments to ASU. With Flywire, you can make payments from banks world-wide with favorable exchange rates, typically in your home currency. You also have around the clock multilingual customer support via email, LIVE CHAT, and phone calls to assist you with any payment related questions. Review additional information about Flywire.
NOTE: Please be aware that Flywire is the only vendor authorized by ASU to facilitate international payments. For safety and security reasons, students should NOT attempt to make international payments through other companies or third party vendors or via direct wire transfers to the university, especially those requesting your MyASU login credentials which should be kept private at all times.
Personal checks, cashier's checks, money orders, and cash payments are only accepted in-person at Cashiering Services on all four campuses.
Mail check, cashier's check or money order (no cash) payments to:
Arizona State University
PO Box 870303
Tempe, AZ 85287-0303
Please review the returned check policy.
Make checks payable to Arizona State University and include your ASU ID. Mail checks at least two weeks prior to the applicable due date to ensure timely receipt.
Parking citations are not billed on your student account; however, ASU services will be withheld if citations are not paid. Parking citations may be viewed and paid online at parking.asu.edu. For a complete list of the four ASU campus PTS locations and mailing addresses, please visit PTS customer service.
Financial Aid is posted to your student account and used to pay tuition and other student account charges. For students with accepted financial aid sufficient to cover tuition charges, financial aid will automatically pay tuition charges and no action is necessary. For students with accepted financial aid not sufficient to cover tuition charges need to pay the balance by the payment deadline, after which students with unpaid tuition charges in excess of pending aid will be automatically enrolled in the ASU Payment Plan.
Prepaid or College Savings Plan payments made payable to Arizona State University are generally accepted. Mail checks to Cashiering Services, Arizona State University, PO Box 870303, Tempe, AZ 85287-0303 and include the student’s ASU ID number. Prepaid or College Savings Plan payments should be mailed at least two weeks prior to the applicable tuition due date to avoid automatic enrollment in the tuition installment plan and assessment of the nonrefundable payment plan fee. Notification to Arizona State University of pending payments by the Prepaid or College Savings Plan does not exempt a student from automatic enrollment in the ASU Payment Plan and the assessment of the nonrefundable payment plan fee.
Financial aid and tuition refunds are applied to institutional charges first and remaining funds are then refunded to the student. Direct deposit to your bank account is available and the most convenient way to receive student account refunds. To enroll in direct deposit:
View the direct deposit FAQs to learn about enrollment online. If you choose to enroll in direct deposit in person, please complete the Direct Deposit Authorization form and bring it to the Student Accounts office.