Undergraduate payment in full for the Winter/Spring Terms, or the first installment payment, was due on 1/3/2017. The 2nd installment payment is due 2/3/2017.
Graduate payment for spring is due 2/6/2017.
Students may file the 2017-2018 FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The official communication method for billing at the University of Delaware is through email notifications and, therefore, no paper bills are mailed. My Finances is a self-service tool designed to allow you to view up-to-date account activity, make payments, review financial aid, see open items for finalizing your aid, and view/print 1098T tax information. You can log in to My Finances through the following links:
Not sure which option to choose? Click here for a chart of what you can do online.
Tutorials are available to step you through the various functions available in My Finances.
Click on each topic to view detailed information regarding the billing, payment, and financial aid process associated with My Finances.
The University of Delaware, Student Financial Services relies upon the use of electronic messaging systems (e-mail) to provide communications to its students/authorized parent and guardians. We request any electronic messages sent be opened and read in a timely manner. Each student is responsible for reviewing all e-mails sent to his or her designated e-mail account frequently to receive official University correspondence.
Billing communications will be sent to the students udel email address and any email address the student has granted access to My Finances via the Parent/Guardian Services administration website. It is the student's responsibility to ensure they have an active email address in our system.
The act of registering generates related tuition charges for which students are financially responsible. Students must officially drop or withdraw from courses through UDSIS before the free Drop/Add period ends for the given semester to receive a full refund of tuition and fees. No refunds of tuition or course fees will be made for withdrawal or dropped courses after the free Drop/Add period expires. See academic calendar for relevant dates.
UD has chosen CASHNet as our secure third party payment processor. The UD and Cashnet websites both adhere to all applicable federal, state, and banking regulation security standards. CASHNet secures your personal information entered into their website through VeriSign (Secure Sockets Layer, SSL, 128-bit encryption) which creates a protected connection between users and the web server. This means your account number and personal data are never sent over the internet unencrypted. Online payment by check, ACH, complies with NACHA standards.