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Forms of Payment

Payments should be made through My Financial Center. You can also make payments in person or through mail.

Online Payments on My Financial Center

My Financial Center is your BYU online finance system. The easiest way to take care of payments and charges is online with an eCheck.

1. eCheck (most preferred method)
This method securely deducts payments directly from a checking or savings accounts. A routing and account number are required. To ensure that sufficient funds exist to process an eCheck, refunds will not be processed until 14 days after payment date.

2. Credit Card/Debit Cards
Credit and debit cards can be used to pay tuition and fees, program fees, and short-term loans. A non-refundable convenience fee equal to 2% of the transaction amount will be additionally charged. No convenience fee will be charged for all other student account charges.

  • Credit Card Refund Policy: Existing credit card regulations prohibit BYU from making a refund to you in cash or check when you make a payment by credit card and there is an adjustment made to the charges paid. When you pay by credit card and there is a reduction in the amount of your charges, we are required to refund the amount back to the credit card that was used to make the payment. No part of the convenience fee will be refunded even though a refund has been made to the credit card.
How to Make a Payment

Other Ways to Pay Charges

  • You can make a payment in person at the Enrollment Services windows on the mail floor of the Abraham Smoot Building (D155 ASB). Cash and paper checks are accepted. A tuition drop box is available in the D-wing on the main floor of the ASB.

    *NOTE: Credit cards cannot be used to pay tuition and fees in person.
  • Check or money order payment can be mailed to:
    Student Financials Services
    A153 ASB
    Provo, UT 84602

    *Please include a description or remittance slip of what you are paying.
  • For wire transfer instructions, email
  • To allow a third party access (anyone other than you) to view and make payments on your student account, set up Guest Access.
  • For more information on paying tuition and other charges as an international student, visit International Payments.