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Cashiers Office

At any time, if you need more details, you can visit the Cashiers Office site.

Paying for courses

If you are an online student and you have agreed to UM eConsent, you can access your bill in myZou. When you are ready to pay, you can pay online via check or credit card. You also can pay by personal check, cashier’s check or money order.

View this guide to paying your bill to learn how to set up TouchNet for billing.

Minimum payment options

Your bill will include both the total amount due and the minimum payment due. If you prefer to pay the minimum, keep in mind that you will receive a 1% finance charge on the unpaid balance. 

More about minimum payments

Third-party payment

In some cases, a sponsor, such as Vocational Rehabilitation, military branches, foreign governments or 529 prepaid plans, may pay for your education. You can have the bills sent to your sponsor.

More about how third-party payment works

If there is a change in your sponsorship status, reach out to the Cashiers Office.

Cashiers Office

At any time, if you need more details, you can visit the Cashiers Office site.

Paying for courses

If you are an online student and you have agreed to UM eConsent, you can access your bill in MyView, UMSL’s student information system.

View this guide to paying your bill to learn how to set up TouchNet for billing.

Minimum payment options

Your bill will include both the total amount due and the minimum payment due. If you prefer to pay the minimum, keep in mind that you will receive a 1% finance charge on the unpaid balance. 

More about payment due dates

Third-party payment

In some cases, a sponsor may pay for your education. You can have the bills sent to your sponsor.

More about how third-party payment works

Employer Reimbursement Deferred Payment Plan

The University of Missouri-St. Louis recognizes that many companies offer tuition reimbursement to their employees. While the student is ultimately responsible for the payment of their tuition and fees, the Cashier’s Office has established the ERDPP (Employer Reimbursement Deferred Payment Plan) program to allow a student to take advantage of this employer benefit by deferring payment of all, or a portion, of their tuition and related costs. Any student whose employer reimburses less than 100% of tuition and fees must pay the remaining portion before the start of the semester.

Learn more about the ERDPP program

Cashiers Office

At any time, if you need more details, you can visit the Cashiers Office site.

Paying for courses

If you are an online student and you have agreed to UM eConsent, you can access your bill in Joe’SS. 

View this guide to paying fees and general payment information to learn how to set up TouchNet for billing.

Minimum payment options

Your bill will include both the total amount due and the minimum payment due. If you prefer to pay the minimum, keep in mind that you will receive a 1% finance charge on the unpaid balance. 

More about minimum payments

Deferred Tuition Program

Distance students employed by a company that reimburses students for at least 50% of their tuition are eligible for our Deferred Tuition Program. Distance students must submit a new application and $25 application fee each semester they would like to participate in the program. For more information, visit our Deferred Tuition Program page.

Cashiers Office

At any time, if you need more details, you can visit the Cashiers Office site.

Paying for courses

If you are an online student and you have agreed to UM eConsent, you can access your bill in Pathway. 

View this guide to paying your bill to learn how to set up TouchNet for billing.

Minimum payment options

Your bill will include both the total amount due and the minimum payment due. If you prefer to pay the minimum, keep in mind that you will receive a 1% finance charge on the unpaid balance. 

More about payment due dates

Third-party payment

In some cases, a sponsor may pay for your education. You can have the bills sent to your sponsor.

More about how third-party payment works