Tuition Due Dates

Ebill Billing Cycle

Summer 2024

  • Summer 2024 eBills are scheduled for availability at this time starting AFTER 5PM Monday, April 22.
  • Summer 2024 tuition and fees are due by the due date of your FIRST registered Session or by Payment Plan deadline date of May 20, whichever date occurs first.
    • Registered Full Summer or Pre-Session Only : May 6

    • Registered Summer Session I and/or II : May 20

    • Registered Post Session Only : August 5

  • Failure to enroll in a payment plan or pay the balance in full by the due date may result in a $100 Late Payment Fee.

Fall 2024

  • Fall 2024 eBills are scheduled for availability at this time starting AFTER 5PM Monday, June 17.
  • Fall 2024 tuition and fees are due in full or on a University online payment plan no later than Wednesday, July 17.
  • Failure to enroll in a payment plan or pay the balance in full by the due date may result in a $200 Late Payment Fee.

PLEASE NOTE:  The University anticipates that for the upcoming academic year the physical campus will be open, and that the University will be delivering a majority of courses in-person while still providing students with the option of having some academic programs delivered in an online learning format. However, the University reserves the right to alter its academic programs and campus offerings to respond to future events and circumstances, including a resurgence of COVID-19 or governmental orders to cease or limit on-campus operations and return to a fully remote learning environment. 

Important Additional Information


All fees and the entire tuition for each semester are due and payable in full by payment, payment plan and/or financial aid before registration can be completed. 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.

Students holding full tuition scholarships are required to pay the General Fee, Activity Fee, Technology Fee and any other fees required for the courses they are taking. Students whose accounts are covered through sponsorships or employer are ultimately held responsible if said sponsor or employer fail to pay the tuition and/or fees balance.

Registration is not complete until full payment arrangement is made or enrollment confirmed with a financial aid credit, and the University reserves the right to drop a student from an individual class or from his or her entire program if payment is not made by the due date or enrollment not confirmed with a financial aid credit.

With the exception of first-semester freshmen and certain students in “block” programs of study, students at St. John’s select their own classes via the St. John’s University Information System (UIS). This process of selecting classes is commonly called “registration,” but it is only part of the total registration process.

Registering for a class as approved by your Advisor does more than just reserve a seat for you in that class. It also generates a financial liability for that class and takes away a seat from another student. Because of this, St. John’s considers your registration as a clear indication of your intention to attend that class

Students, by registering at the university, personally guarantee and are responsible for all obligations to for tuition, fees and other charges. Students under the age of majority, under 18 in New York State, have by assumption received the personal guarantee of their parent(s) or guardian unless the student, the parent(s), or guardian notifies the University in writing of their invalidation of the personal and parental assumption of guarantee of all tuition, fees and other charges.

Students whose accounts are in arrears will not be permitted to register for a subsequent semester or issued a diploma. All past due balances are charged interest at the rate of one percent per month. Delinquent accounts may be referred to a third party for collection which will result in the addition of collection costs to the account balance and possible credit bureau reporting.