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Tuition & Fees

Payment Types

Cash/Check/Money Order Payments

We accept cash, checks and/or money orders as a form of payment for all charges that appear on your account. Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank, or a bank with a U.S. subsidiary, and must be payable in U.S. currency. Make checks payable to the University of Denver and please include the student ID number on the check.

Payments may be mailed to:  

University of Denver
Cashiers Office
2197 S. University Blvd
Denver, CO 80208

Please allow ample time for mailing.

Electronic Payments

Credit Card Payments:

The University of Denver does not accept credit/debit card payments for tuition and loan payments.

ACH Payments:

You can make payments with an ACH transaction through TMS by selecting ONLINE PAYMENT link at the top right side of page. A $30 service fee will be assessed by TMS to accounts for any returned bank item.

Please allow 3 business days for processing of payment to post to student account.

Wire Transfer:

Wire transfers are accepted as a form of payment for all charges that appear on your account. Banks usually charge a fee to wire money. Be sure to include all bank charges in the amount wired as well as clearly indicated the name and the ID number of the student account to be credited. International wire must be made in US currency and are subject to exchange rate adjustments.

Wires from within the U.S. should be sent to:

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
420 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104

Recipient: University of Denver (Colorado Seminary)
Routing Number: 121000248
AccountNumber: 1010892473

Wires from outside the U.S. should be sent to:

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
420 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104

Recipient: University of Denver (Colorado Seminary)
Routing Number: 121000248
AccountNumber: 1010892473
Swift Code: WFBIUS6WFFX
 

Please allow one week for transfer and processing of payment to post to student account.

Tuition Payment Plans

  • The University provides students with flexible payment options. Payment plans for the entire year or one term are offered. Sign up for 2013-2014 academic year starts June 1, 2013.
  • Items to include when setting up a budget include: tuition, fees, on campus housing, on campus meal plan and financial aid. Forgetting any of these items can affect your payment plan and result in either an overpayment or underpayment.
  • When your monthly payment plan term expires, actual net expenses will be compared to payments received. Students are required to pay in-full any unpaid balance before registering for a future term. If a credit balance exists, the student may elect to receive a refund. Refunds will be issued in May. Students may choose to leave the balance on their account to off-set future charges. Refunds resulting from credit card payments will be returned on the credit card. Refunds resulting from ACH/check payments will be returned by check.