Summer Payment Information
Policies and Information
|Payment for registration between March 12, 2013 and May 1, 2013 is due on May 1, 2013.
Payment for registration between May 2, 2013 and June 13, 2013 is due on June 13, 2013
Payment for any registration after June 13, 2013 is due at the time of registration.
To avoid financial and/or academic penalties (e.g. an "F" or "W" grade), drop course(s) you no longer wish to be registered for before they begin in the 100% refund period.
A billing statement or receipt will NOT be mailed to you. View your student account balance after completing registration or making any changes to your schedule. You are responsible for confirming your enrollment, verifying your payment has been processed, and checking for any course changes (e.g. change in meeting room).
Financial Liability Policy
Enrollment at the University of Hawai‘i signifies consent to, and acceptance of, all policies and procedures governing enrollment, including financial liability. Students who fail to remit payment when due, agree to pay the University of Hawai‘i all reasonable costs for collection, including collection agency, attorney's, and court fees.
Ways to Pay
Your balance due is available on MyUH. A billing statement will NOT be mailed to you.
After you pay and before the first day of class, connect to MyUH and confirm your enrollment in your course(s), verify that your payment has been processed, and check for any course changes.
- Pay through MyUH with Web Check Payment, VISA, or MasterCard. (No payment plan available for summer.)
When making a payment through MyUH, be sure to select the correct term ("Summer 2013" or "Summer 2013 Extension"). If you have registered for fall and summer terms, but you only want to pay for summer, go to Payment FAQ's Question 13 for instructions.
- Mail a check with a completed Credit Course Payment Form. The student should allow a minimum of 5 working days for mail delivery to ensure the payment is received prior to the payment deadline. Be sure to write your UH Number and course reference number (CRN) on the check. Write checks payable to University of Hawai‘i.
- Visit any University of Hawai‘i system Cashier's Office for cash or check payments. UH Cashiers' offices will not accept credit card payments.
- Third Party Sponsor Scholarship Payment. Recipient payments are not automatically posted to your student account.
- Submit a written financial guarantee document, purchase order, or authorization letter from the sponsor to the Outreach College Cashier;
- After you register, notify the Outreach College Cashier at (808) 956-6878, Sinclair Library Room 301.
Financial Obligation Holds
If you have an outstanding financial obligation at any of the University of Hawai‘i institutions (e.g. tuition, housing, bounced check, library, or parking fines) a financial obligation "hold" is placed on your record. This "hold" will prevent you from registering and receiving a transcript or diploma. To clear the hold make your payment and contact the office that initiated the hold. Contact information is available on MyUH.
To avoid financial penalties, drop your course(s) within the 100% refund period. See the last day to receive a refund for each course by looking at the course academic calendar.
The automated refund process will begin after the 50% refund period in Summer Term 2. Sign up online to have your refund deposited directly into your bank account. View eRefund information.
To request a refund earlier, send an email using your UH hawaii.edu email account to email@example.com. In your email message include your name, UH ID number, and the refund term (Summer or Summer, Spring, or Fall Extension). If you have any questions regarding the status of your refund, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Outreach College Business Office at (808) 956-5899.
Payment tendered to the University of Hawai‘i or any department therein, and returned from the maker's bank for any reason (e.g., insufficient funds, closed bank account, incorrect bank information) will result in a $25.00 charge and a hold will be placed on your account. DO NOT place a STOP PAYMENT on checks. A stop payment is considered a returned check. Returned checks and stop payments are not acknowledged as an official drop from courses or withdrawal from the University. Outstanding tuition and fees will remain on your student account until payment is made or courses are officially dropped during the full refund period.