Summer tuition is due Monday, May 19, 2014. We encourage you to explore your payment options now and make arrangements as soon as possible.
Check My Akron to view your student account information and due dates.
We have several ways for you to make payments:
Log in to My Akron to access CASHNet and pay your tuition and fees using a credit card. CASHNet accepts MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and Visa. CASHNet charges a 2.9 percent service fee for credit cards.
Students who visit Simmons Hall to pay their tuition and fees via credit card will be directed to CASHNet.
To pay your tuition and fees using an e-check, log in to My Akron to access CASHNet and provide your bank's routing number and checking or savings account number.
Pay your tuition and fees in person at the cashier windows in the lobby of Simmons Hall (show on map).
Cash, checks and money orders are accepted in person. Credit card payments must be made online through My Akron and CASHNet.
To mail your tuition and fee payment by check, include your itemized statement and be sure to write your student ID number on your check. Mail your payment to:
University of Akron
P.O. Box 2260
Akron, OH 44309-2260
Payments that are not received by the due date will be considered late, so mail your check early. Postmark dates are not considered.
Most students qualify for some form of financial aid, such as subsidized loans, grants, or scholarships. Financial aid money can be applied to your student account balance.
If you are planning to use financial aid to pay for your tuition and fees, but it is not going to disburse before the due date, check My Akron to verify that your aid is listed as "anticipated."
See the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
To participate in the Installment Payment Plan:
How to sign up for the Installment Payment Plan
The payment plan covers only one term, so you will need to re-enroll every term.
The deferred payment plan is for qualifying individuals who are eligible for their employer's tuition reimbursement program.
To participate in the Deferred Payment Plan:
To see the due dates, refer to the Billing and Due Dates.
UA's Office of Student Accounts handles two types of third-party payments/scholarships:
How to submit: You may submit your third party’s preferred form of payment, whether it is a check, voucher or authorization to bill a company/organization, at the cashier windows in the Simmons Hall lobby or by mail to:
The University of Akron
Akron OH 44309
Please verify that:
If you or the Third-Party would like to contact us by mail, use this address:
The University of Akron
Student Accounts – Third Party
110 Simmons Hall
Akron OH 44325-6209
Award notification: All third-party payments/scholarships are reported to the Office of Student Financial Aid. Third-party aid will appear on the Award Notification as "Outside Scholarship(s), BVR, or Workforce Initiative." The amount reported will be used in the calculation of your eligibility for need-based aid.
The University awards a limited number of graduate assistantships to students who qualify. Assistantships and fellowships are offered through the graduate degree-granting colleges, departments, and schools.
Learn more about graduate assistantships and other forms of assistance for graduate study.
If you don't plan to attend, you should drop your classes right away to avoid financial responsibility. Learn how to drop classes.