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One Stop Student Administrative Services

Payment Options

The One Stop is committed to producing accurate and timely student invoices, collecting and processing payments, issuing refunds, and ensuring the timely depositing of funds. You have a few options when it comes to how you pay your bills. We are committed to superior quality service to help our students and their families meet their financial obligations to the university. 

Understanding Your Balance

Your financial information consists of charges, payments, financial aid and deposits which create your balance.

At it's simplest, your balance is determined this way:

[Charges] minus [Payments you've made] minus [Financial aid] minus [Deposits] = Your Balance

Access your account activity and see your invoice on QU’s Self-Service system

Make a Single/Full Payment

Students or their proxy can make single/full payments online, by mail or in person.

Students or their proxy can make single/full payments online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The available payment options include Automatic Bank Payment (ACH) and credit card. Payments are recorded the day they are processed to ensure the most current student account balance in Self-Service.

Ways to pay

  • Automatic Bank Payment (ACH): ACH payments are payments that you have authorized Touchnet to process directly with your financial institution. These are simply bank-to-bank transfers of funds that you have preapproved to cover your expenses at Quinnipiac University. Payments may be made from either your checking or savings account.

  • Credit Card: Paying with your credit card gives you the option of taking advantage of any bonus programs that may be offered by your credit card company. If you elect to use this option, your monthly payment, along with a 2.85% convenience fee, will be automatically charged to the credit card you designate. The convenience fee is in addition to the nonrefundable enrollment fee.

How to make an online payment

  1. Students and authorized proxy users must log into Self-Service with their QU credentials

  2. Select “Student Finance”

  3. Click on “Make Online Payment”

  4. Click “Continue to Payment Center” to begin securely processing your payment

Log Into Self-Service

Step-by-step instructions can be found in the Self-Service Student Finance Guide

Set up proxy access

Send a check or money order (payable to Quinnipiac University) along with the top stub of your invoice to the following address:

One Stop, AB-BRS
Quinnipiac University
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518

Bring a check or money order (payable to Quinnipiac University) along with the top stub of your invoice to the One Stop located in the Arnold Berhard Library.

Office hours and location

Enroll in a Payment Plan

The university offers payment plans to help you meet your educational expenses. These plans are available for the fall and spring terms on a semester-by-semester basis and can be set up for up to 5 monthly payments per semester. Payment plans are not available for January and summer terms.

The payment plan is not a loan program. You have no debt; there are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check.

The cost to budget your interest-free monthly payment plan is a $75 nonrefundable enrollment fee per agreement.

Ways to pay

  • Automatic Bank Payment (ACH): ACH payments are payments that you have authorized Touchnet to process directly with your financial institution. These are simply bank-to-bank transfers of funds that you have preapproved to cover your expenses at Quinnipiac University. Payments may be made from either your checking or savings account. Payments are processed mid-month and will continue in accordance with the terms of the payment plan agreement.

  • Credit Card: Paying with your credit card gives you the option of taking advantage of any bonus programs that may be offered by your credit card company. If you elect to use this option, your monthly payment, along with a 2.85% convenience fee, will be automatically charged to the credit card you designate. The convenience fee is in addition to the nonrefundable enrollment fee. Payments are processed mid-month and will continue in accordance with the terms of the payment plan agreement. Payments are processed by American Card Services, Inc.

How to enroll in a payment plan online

  1. Students and authorized proxy users must log into Self-Service with their QU credentials

  2. Select “Student Finance”

  3. Click on “Make Online Payment”

  4. Click “Continue to Payment Center” to begin securely processing your payment

  5. To set up a payment plan, click on “Enroll in a Payment Plan”

Log Into Self-Service

Step-by-step instructions can be found in the Self-Service Student Finance Guide

Set up proxy access

Make an International Payment

At Quinnipiac University, we know that our international students often have to pay significant international transfer fees when paying for their tuition fees and expenses. We listened to your challenges, so we've teamed up with TransferMate to provide you a transparent payment method to reduce additional bank fees and improve your payment experience. TransferMate helps international students pay tuition and fees in their local currency from any country. (TransferMate will replace Flywire, going forward.)

TransferMate lets you make international payments to Quinnipiac University in your own currency while receiving competitive foreign exchange rates. If you're an international student or parent you can use this secure, payment method during your online checkout process.

Make a Payment with TransferMate
  1. Visit the Transfermate payment page

  2. Choose the country you are paying from and your preferred payment method

  3. Complete payer details and set up an account

  4. Make your payment with the provided instructions

  5. Track your payment throughout the process

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits?

  • Faster payment posting to your student account

  • Local currency payment methods

  • Great exchange rates

  • 24-hour customer service from TransferMate

  • 24-hour online tracking of payments

  • Rates are held for 48 hours so you have complete visibility of the amount you will pay

  • Ability to track your transaction throughout the payment process

  • No need to worry about exchange rate fluctuations

  • Peace of mind that your payment will be received in full and on time

What fees are charged to students?
There are no fees for international payments. Domestic transfers (US to US) will incur a $20 fee. We encourage domestic students to make payments using our ACH or Credit Card payments through Self-Service.

When will my payment post to my student account?
Your payments are posted automatically within 24 hours from payment completion.

Can a family member make payments through my TransferMate account?
Yes, providing your family member provides TransferMate with the relevant Anti-Money Laundering Identification (student photo identification and school's invoice or offer letter). This must be sent to edupayments@transfermate.com, then TransferMate will allow family members to make payments on your behalf to your institution. For more assistance on this topic please contact edu@transfermate.com or visit the Live Chat Box on TransferMate's website.

Make a Payment on Behalf of a Student

Setting Up a Proxy

With the permission of their student, parents and/or other authorized individuals who are paying a bill on behalf of the student can access their own Self-Service account to view various academic and financial information.

Learn more about how to set up proxy access

Important Information

Credit Cards and Wire Payments

Credit card payments are only accepted online. Wire payments directed to Quinnipiac University’s bank account are not accepted.

Late Payments

Students or parents who remit payment after the due date will be charged a late fee of 1% per month on the outstanding balance. In addition, resident students may forfeit their room reservation deposit as well as their reserved residence hall accommodations.