Below, you’ll find important information about paying your bill, including how to access your bill, payment options, payment plans, and relevant late fees.

Accessing Your Bill

You can view your account information by visiting the “Billing” – “My Monthly Statements” and “My Current Account Activity” sections of CLASS. 

“My Current Account Activity” – A live snapshot of your up-to-date account history reflecting current payments and any actual or anticipated aid. 

“My Monthly Statements” – A saved history of all current and prior billing statements received by term and date.

To reference the current academic year’s tuition, fee, room, and board rates, you can visit our tuition and fees page.

Be sure to review your bill and applicable aid closely. Is your financial aid package incomplete or are you missing certain grants and/or loans? You may be missing important documents needed for federal or state processing. Be sure to reach out to and a member of our One-Stop Student Services Center team will guide you through the next steps to finalize your financial aid eligibility.

Paying Your Bill

Adelphi has a variety of options for students and families to pay their bill. Select from the following.

Please visit the One-Stop Student Services Center in the lower level of Levermore Hall to make your payment by cash, check, money order or credit/debit card (Mastercard, Visa and Discover only; card must be present.)

Please note, effective June 15, 2023 all credit/debit card payments will be subject to a nonrefundable 2.9% service fee. This service fee will be charged for online and in-person credit/debit card transactions.

This service fee will be evaluated annually and is subject to change based on current market rates.

In-person payments can be made:

  • Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Access the “Make a Payment” section of CLASS via eCampus using your student login and choose one of the options below:

(ACH) Electronic Check Payment: If you choose this method of payment there is no service fee charge. Payment is simply withdrawn from your checking account the following day and forwarded to Adelphi University on your behalf.

Credit Card & Debit Card Payment: If you choose this method of payment a nonrefundable 2.9% service fee will be charged to your account and added to your total payment. Please note, this service fee will be charged for online and in-person credit/debit card transactions.

This service fee will be evaluated annually and is subject to change based on current market rates.

You can mail your check or money order made payable to Adelphi University:

One-Stop Student Services Center
Levermore Hall, Room 008
Adelphi University
One South Avenue
P.O. Box 701
Garden City, NY 11530-0701

Please write your student identification number on the check on the Memo line. If you choose to pay your bill by credit/debit card and cannot visit the One-Stop Student Services Center, please see the online payment options above.

Adelphi University has partnered with Flywire to streamline the process of international payments. Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency. By making your payment with Flywire you can:

  • Track your payments from start to finish
  • Save on bank fees and exchange rates
  • Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night

Do you know someone that would like to help you pay your bill? Invite them to have access to your account and make a payment on your behalf.

How to set up a Payer Invitation:

  • Access the “Make a Payment” section of CLASS
  • Once you have selected your “Payment Types” and click on “Make Payment” you will be routed to the “Overview” page
  • From there, select “My Account” on the left hand side panel. This is where you will be able to set up and send an invitation to a payer. You will need their first and last name, and a valid email address. Please note: By sending this invitation, you (the student), authorize the payer to access your account information and/or make payments.
  • The authorized party will receive an invitation email, which will allow them to proceed with making a payment on your behalf.

Please Note: You can change this authorization at any time.

Payment Policy

Stay on top of your payments by reviewing our tuition policies.

Registered students will be billed in June and November proceeding the start of the fall and spring semester and in April for the summer semester and will continue on a 21 day billing cycle with tuition and fee payments due on the 21st of each month. Students are responsible for all charges regardless of billing. All personal payments will be applied to past due balances first. Any personal check payment not honored by the bank is subject to a returned check fee and a late payment fee (if applicable).  You may also receive an additional charge from your financial institution. The University is not responsible for fees assessed by your bank

Adelphi reserves the right to apply credit balances to past-due accounts within federal and state guidelines.

Students should contact the One-Stop Student Services Center if you do not receive your monthly statement(s) on CLASS. Payments must be made in accordance with University policies, whether or not bills are received.

Students may request a current statement of account by contacting the One-Stop Student Services Center. Once the request is received, the statement of account will be mailed to the address on file.

Effective August 2021, a financial balance or block will no longer prevent a student from receiving a transcript. However, students will still be responsible for any outstanding indebtedness to the University and will not be permitted to register, receive a diploma, or reserve a room in the residence halls without meeting their financial obligations.

Payment Plans

Semester Payment Plans

Adelphi University, in partnership with Transact (formerly Cashnet), offers convenient payment plans on a semester basis, providing you with even more flexibility on how to manage paying for school.

Use a payment plan to help spread all or part of your balance due over the course of the semester, and pay one low fee at enrollment, avoiding the high-interest rates that normally come with a traditional loan.

You have the option of up to five payments per semester, depending on when you enroll. The earlier you enroll in a plan, the lower your monthly payments will be.

To learn more about the benefits of enrolling in a payment plan, please view this short video.

Fall 2023 Semester: Payment Plans

Number of Payments Enrollment Period Payments due on the 15th
5 Payments June 15 – July 14 July, August, September, October, November
4 Payments July 15 – August 14 August, September, October, November
3 Payments August 15 – September 14 September, October, November
2 Payments September 15 – October 14 October, November

Spring 2024 Semester: Payment Plans

Number of Payments Enrollment Period Payments are due on the 15th
5 Payments November 15 – December 14 December, January, February, March, April
4 Payments December 15 – January 14 January, February, March, April
3 Payments January 15 – February 14 February, March, April
2 Payments February 15 – March 14 March, April

Key Plan Information

  • Enrollment Fee: $35 per semester
  • Minimum Plan Budget Amount: $500 per semester
  • All payments are applied to prior term balances first

Enroll Here

You may either log into your online account or call Transact’s support team at 877.821.0625.

If a payment is dishonored by your bank, you will receive an email notification from the Transact system. You would not be charged a fee.

Yes, the payment plan you enroll in covers a specific term (fall or spring). You would need to re-enroll in future plans as needed.

Payments not made within 10 days of the due date will be assessed a late payment fee by Transact.

If you need assistance or have questions Transact’s Customer Care team is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 8:00 pm EST at 1.877.821.0625

Semester Payment in Full

If you are paying your single semester bill in one payment, simply use one of the payment methods listed above by the due date.

Late Payment Fees

Tuition and fees are due in full by the first payment due date unless enrolled in a semester payment plan listed above. Failure to make payments on time may result in the assessment of late penalties. Programs not following the traditional semester calendar are also subject to late payment fees.

Students having certain levels of indebtedness to the University may not be permitted to register or receive their diploma. No student may withdraw or graduate from the University in good standing unless all current obligations are paid in full. Federal and state regulations, as well as University policy, precludes the use of any current financial aid for payment of past due charges.

Payments not received by the first three billing due dates of the semester will be subject to late fees in the following respective amounts:  $100, $150, $200.

The information contained on this site is subject to change without notice.

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  • Semester Hours Mon, Tues, Thu, Fri: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Wed: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Extended Hours April 3-4: 9:00 am- 6:00 pm April 8-11: 9:00 am- 6:00 pm April 29-May 1: 9:00 am- 6:00 pm
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