Your Bill & Receiving Your Aid

Spring Quarter Billing

The Bursar's Office is responsible for billing and will assess charges to your student account such as tuition, fees, housing, and meal plans. Bills are sent every month.

Spring Quarter:

  • Initial bills will be sent on March 1st to students registered for classes.
  • The due date for that bill is March 22nd.

The initial bill lists tuition, fees, and any other charges you have for the term, as well as your authorized financial aid. For aid to be "authorized," it must be accepted and all requirements completed. Check the Financial Aid Checklist on your MyDU dashboard—any item with the open circle icon next to it requires additional action, and the award associated with that requirement will not appear as a credit on your bill until that item is satisfied.

Additional information about billing is available on the Bursar's Office website.

View statements, pay your bill, and set up authorized users with DUPay.

DUPay Information

When to Expect Your Financial Aid

Spring Quarter

Graduate Students:

Federal regulations prohibit institutions from disbursing financial aid any earlier than 10 days prior to the start of classes. The first official day of the term for the spring quarter is April 1st. This means your financial aid will disburse to your student account and pay toward your charges on March 22nd, as long as all financial aid requirements have been satisfied and you're enrolled in classes. Refunds will be generated on March 26th.

Use the estimated billing worksheet to better understand what you might owe.

Upcoming Disbursement & Refund Dates - Quarters

Term Disbursement Date Expected Refund Date
2024 Spring Quarter March 22, 2024 March 26, 2024
2024 Summer Quarter June 14, 2024 June 18, 2024


Upcoming Disbursement & Refund Dates - Semesters (law students)

Term Disbursement Date Expected Refund Date
2024 Summer Semester May 18, 2024 May 21, 2024
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Financial Aid Refunds

If your financial aid is more than the total of your charges, you may be eligible for a refund to pay other non-billable expenses. Refunds are typically generated by the Bursar's Office 2-3 business days after disbursement, and will appear in your bank account 2-3 business days after that if you set up direct deposit

Learn more about direct deposit and find set-up steps on the Bursar's website.