All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and
payable in full before registration can be completed and an
official class schedule/receipt will be issued. Any student who has
not made sufficient payment arrangements for the semester or
confirmed their attendance based on full aid will be subject to
have their registrations removed by the University. Delinquent
accounts may be referred to a third party for collection which will
result in the addition of collection costs to the account balance.
All payments may be made by check or money order payable to St.
John's University or by credit card (Visa, American Express, Master
Card, or Discover).
Please ensure that your Student ID number is written on all checks
to the University. The University staff will write the student ID
number on checks where a student has not done so already.
For those students and parents of students who wish to make tuition
payments on a monthly basis, St. John's University makes available
various payment plans. Information regarding this plan can be
obtained from the Office of Student
Financial Services or you may view the options online through
the UIS “View Term Bill” page.
Students whose accounts are in arrears will not be permitted to
register for a subsequent semester, issued a diploma, grades or a
transcript record. All room and board charges must be paid in full
before admittance to the residence halls. All past due balances are
charged interest at the rate of 1% per month.
All outstanding tuition account balances are educational loans
extended with the express understanding that future repayment shall
be made to the University. Pursuant to federal bankruptcy law and
regulations, such tuition expenses are educational loans that are
not automatically discharged in bankruptcy.
Students holding full tuition scholarships are required to pay the
general fee and any other fees required for the courses they are
taking before an official class schedule/receipt will be
The University reserves the right to change the schedule of tuition
and fees when necessary, but every effort is made to maintain them
at the lowest possible level. Actual cost figures may be found in
Bulletin and Graduate