Helpful information about payment options and polices for Summer Sessions.
Payment for registration between March 3, 2020 and May 1, 2020 is due on May 1, 2020.
Payment for registration between May 2, 2020 and June 12, 2020 is due on June 12, 2020
Payment for any registration after June 12, 2020 is due at the time of registration.
FINANCIAL AID – If you have applied for Financial Aid with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa for the Summer term you will not be required to make payment by the payment deadline.
To avoid financial and/or academic penalties (e.g. an “F” or “W” grade), you must drop any unwanted classes prior to the 100% refund deadline. Specific course dates are available on the online academic calendar.
Your bill will be viewable through MyUH after you register. A tuition bill will NOT be mailed to you. Be sure to review your student account after completing registration, making any changes to your schedule or making a payment. You are responsible for confirming enrollment, verifying payment has been processed, and checking for any course changes (e.g. change in meeting room).
Financial Liability Policy
Enrollment at the University of Hawaiʻi 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 Hawaiʻi 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 online through MyUH by the following methods:
- MasterCard, VISA, or any credit card accepted by the Discover Network such as Discover, Diners, and JCB
- Any debit card accepted by NYCE, PLUS, STAR or ACCEL networks
- eCheck or eSavings
- 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 Hawaiʻi.
- Visit any University of Hawaiʻi 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 to the Outreach College Cashier at QLCSS 105 by the payment deadline. Documents that will be accepted include, but are not limited to, purchase orders, authorization letter from sponsor and third party payment authorization forms. Documents can also be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact the Outreach College Cashier at (808) 956-6878 with any questions regarding third-party payments.
Financial Obligation Holds
Students who have not met their financial obligations (traffic fines, library fines, locker fees, lab breakage charges, transcript fees, loans, rental contracts, etc.) to the satisfaction of the University of Hawaiʻi may be denied a variety of enrollment services including registration and transcripts.
Students with financial obligation holds on their account may drop or withdraw from courses, within the 100% or 50% refund period, by contacting the Outreach College Student Services at (808) 956-7221 or email@example.com for assistance.
To avoid financial penalties you must drop your course(s) within the 100% refund period. Refund deadlines are course specific and can be viewed on the Course Academic Calendar.
Refunds for non-financial aid students will be processed starting July 10, 2020. To request a refund earlier email firstname.lastname@example.org from your UH hawaii.edu email address. Be sure to include your name and UH Student ID number in your correspondence.
To receive tuition refunds as a direct deposit to your checking account sign up for eRefund through your MyUH account. Please allow 6 business days for the pre-note verification process before eRefund will be activated. Go to Univeristy of Hawaiʻi FAQs for Student eCommerce Services for additional information.
Refunds for payments made by cash or check will be deposited directly into your eRefund account or mailed to your current mailing address. Credit card refunds posted within 90 days of the original credit card payment will be posted to the most recent credit card used.
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.