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How to Pay Tuition & Fees  February 27, 2015 – 03:27 am
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Payment is due by the start of the summer session in which you are enrolled. If your payment is received after the session deadline, your account may be assessed a late payment fee.

Electronic Payment

If you have an active BU login name and Kerberos password, you can make an electronic payment using a U.S. bank account on the Student Link. Select "Money Matters, " then "Student Account Inquiry, " and click on the "Make a Payment" link.

You can also grant access to parents, legal guardian, or other third parties to make payments on your student account. To grant access using the Student Link, click on "ShareLink Access" on the top of the page.

If you do not have an active BU login, you can make electronic payments using the link provided under Payment Options at bu.edu/payment.

Payment by Mail or in Person

If you are not able to complete payment online, please return your payment by check (made out to “Boston University”), and/or any notification of an approved education loan or outside scholarship, to:

Boston University
Student Accounting Services
881 Commonwealth Avenue, Lower Level
Boston, MA 02215-1390

Please make sure to include your name and University ID number on the front of the check.

Payment may also be made in person at the Student Accounting Services office, which is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions about the payment process, contact Student Accounting Services at 617-353-2264 or by email at studenta@bu.edu.

Paying by Credit Card

If you attend Boston University on a part-time basis during the academic year, or if you are a visiting student enrolled on a part-time basis, you may make your payment by credit card (American Express, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express).

If you are paying by credit card on the Student Link, select "Money Matters, " then "Student Account Inquiry, " click on "Payment by Credit Card, " and follow the instructions. You will need to have an active BU login name and Kerberos password to gain access to the Student Link.

Source: www.bu.edu


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