Summer 2020 Tuition PT
|MBA Off-Site Campus||$1,682 (per credit)*|
*All students pay the above tuition rate (Off-Site) as long as they take courses at an off-site campus (Baltimore, Shady Grove and Washington DC).
*Beginning Summer 2020, the Tech Fee will be charged for students taking any Summer courses
College Park Mandatory Fee*
(Per fall, spring and summer semester)
$76.50- 8 credits or less
$153- 9 credits or more
International Student Fee
$125 per semester
Tuition and fees are subject to change.
For more information about the summer mandatory fee for courses taken at the College Park campus, please visit the Office of Extended Studies' website.
|If you are registered for class by:||Payment is due:|
|February 25, 2020 - March 24, 2020||By April 20, 2020|
|After March 26, 2020||By May 20, 2020|
Where can I view my bill online and make tuition payments?
- Summer 2020 bills will be generated in mid-March and are due by April 20th
- Go to The Office of Student Financial Services and Cashiering
- Choose "Make a Payment" and "Student Login"
- Log-in using your Directory ID and Password
- Payment can be made by Credit or Debit Card (2.75% processing fee), e-check, check, wire transfer or cash.
- Sponsored students should use the 3rd party billing process.
- Log-in using your Directory ID and Password
- Follow instructions to make a payment
- Select View & Pay Accounts to view current activity or latest statement
Tuition and fees are subject to change and annual increases.
Full-time students are charged on a per credit basis.
Any student coded as a non-resident will pay the out-of-state tuition rate for courses taken at College Park.
Study abroad and external agreements (Consortium, Inter-Institutional, etc.) classes are charged tuition based on the student’s residency classification.
Students enrolled in College Park courses, study abroad and external agreements (Consortium, Inter-Institutional, etc.) will pay applicable College Park fees.
Third Party Sponsored Billing*
Often, students' employers will help cover the cost of education. When a private or government agency is paying any portion of your tuition and fees directly to the university and they are requesting a bill, students will utilize Third Party Sponsored Billing located within the Office of Student Financial Services and Cashiering.
There is no standard form. Some companies will write a letter, on business letterhead, stating what they are willing to pay. Others have a special form. Regardless of the format, all contracts or letters MUST include the following information in order to be processed:
- Student's name
- Student's account number (University ID)
- Specific charges and semesters the sponsor will pay
- Billing address required
- Name, signature and contact information of person authorizing the contract
- Purchase order and contact information of person authorizing the contract
- Purchase order number (for government contracts)
All documentation will need to be submitted to their office by email at email@example.com(link sends e-mail) or by fax at (301) 314-7067.
*Information as outlined by the Office of Student Financial Services and Cashiering.
Billing Explanation and Resources
Students who register for summer are exempt from immediate payment. Students who register between February 25th through March 24th will have a billing due date of April 20, 2020. Students who register after March 25th will have a billing due date of May 20th.
*Students who are using financial aid to pay towards summer balances will receive a late fee due to the delayed disbursement of financial aid through the Financial Aid Office. The late fees will be removed by the Financial Aid Office for those students whose aid disburses during the first disbursement of summer aid, which will occur on Monday, May 20, 2020. As a reminder, financial aid, for these purposes, only applies to federal financial aid (student loans). The waiver of late fees does not apply to those students who are self funding their summer enrollment or receiving payments from an external organization.
Monthly Billing Statements are generated at the end of each month by the Office of Student Financial Services and Cashiering. This statement will show the status of your student account on the date in which your statement is generated. Students should utilize the "Student Account Inquiry" screen in Testudo to receive a live view of their bill. The Student Account Inquiry screen is a useful tool that allows students to view their account balance, especially when in between billing cycles.
Many students utilize employer benefits to help fund their education. Often employers require students to provide additional information to have their courses approved for reimbursement. Students can submit a copy of their Billing Statement, Unofficial Transcript or Certification of Enrollment with Course Schedule, and tuition information. If you would like to provide your employer with additional information, the Student Template can be used as a guide in explaining this process. Please note that this is for personal use and the contents within the cover letter is not affiliated with the University of Maryland or the Robert H. Smith School of Business.
In order to qualify for federal financial aid, students must maintain a minimum enrollment of 4 credits in a semester. Students who do not enroll in 4 credits will not be given a financial aid package.