Payments must be received by the due date listed on the bill issued to registered students to avoid assessment of a late fee. A late fee of $250.00 will be assessed to all unpaid balances.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES
Electronic billing is the official means of distributing student bills. Each time a bill is available, an e-mail will be sent to student's Seton Hall University e-mail account. This will also be sent to any additional "billing" e-mail address students have designated for a third party, such as a parent or guardian. Students can access their e-bill through the PirateNet/LawNet portal.
Non-receipt of your bill does not excuse you from meeting scheduled deadlines and late penalties. All students making adjustments after the payment is due will be required to pay the difference in-person.
It is a student's responsibility to clear any unpaid balance with the Bursar's Office PRIOR TO registering via the web. If you have a current balance, you will be automatically blocked from registering for courses and will be referred to the Bursar's Office. This will result in having to restart the registration process (if cleared by the Bursar to register) and will decrease your chances of enrolling in your desired courses.
Payment due dates as follows:
The 2013 Summer Semester due date is May 27, 2013.
The 2013 Fall Semester due date is August 2, 2013.
The 2014 Spring Semester due date is December 22, 2013.
TUITION PAYMENT METHODS:
Students may use one of the following payment options to pay their bills:
Online through LawNet/PirateNet:
Electronic check or echeck (No convenience fee.)
Credit Card (Convenience fee charged.)
In person in Enrollment Services Office, 3rd Floor:
Check (Personal, Certified, Cashier's checks accepted)
CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS:
As of July 1, 2013, Seton Hall University accepts all major credit cards. Payment by credit card carries a convenience fee of 2.75 percent of the amount charged. The minimum convenience charge is $3.
PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS:
Your tuition bill for the Fall Semester is due in August. First-year students will receive their first tuition bill in July via LawNet account at LawNet.shu.edu.
TuitionPay, in cooperation with Seton Hall University, is an Interest-Free monthly tuition payment plan administered through Sallie Mae.
- TuitionPay offers monthly payment plan, a short term (4 payments per semester). There will be a nominal fee of $35 for the four month and is charged by TuitionPay.
- TuitionPay does not offer a payment plan in the summer term.
- More information and on-line enrollment is available at the TuitionPay web site, www.tuitionpay.com or by calling 1-800-635-0120.
The 5-Pay Plan Payment Dates and Deadline as follows:
Fall: June 1, July 1, August 1, September 1, October 1
Deadline: August 1
Spring: November 1, December 1, January 1, February 1, March 1
Deadline: December 1
Summer: not offered
Students who default on deferred payment arrangements will be assessed late fees and continue to accrue until payment in full is received.
Payment in full is required by the bill's due date. Any amounts unpaid after this date are subject to late fees. A maximum of $250 per semester in late fees will be assessed to accounts unpaid beyond the due date for each term.
Checks returned unpaid from a bank for any reason are subject to a $35 returned check fee in addition to late fees. All students are notified by an e-mail or letter of any returned checks received by the Bursar. A returned e-check fee of $15 applies to any online check payments.
The student will not be allowed to re-register for classes until after the account is settled. A registration hold will be placed on the student's record until the balance is resolved through an alternate payment method. Alternate payment options are credit card, money order or cashier/bank check.
Students who receive tuition reimbursement from their employers may obtain and complete a "Tuition Reimbursement" form (pdf) here. The completed form must then be verified by the Registrar and Bursar prior to submission to the student's employer.