Billing and Payments

University Student Financial Services notifies students of all new and past due charges on a monthly basis. Charges could include tuition and fees, room and board, dining plan, telecommunications, bookstore and other miscellaneous charges such as parking fines, library fines and referred Student Health charges.

Each semester, a term statement is generated electronically and stored on our e-billing and payment system. No paper bill is sent to students. Instead, an e-mail is sent to the UVA e-mail address (the address) notifying students that a statement has been generated and is ready for viewing in the UVAPay system. Students should log into UVAPay through their Student Center in the SIS.

UVA offers a semester payment plan, allowing you to spread your costs out over 3, 4, or 5 months, depending on when you enroll. There is a $45 enrollment fee for each payment plan you create, and no interest is charged. Additional information about semester payment plans can be found on the Student Financial Services website. 

An electronic payment can be made by e-check or credit card through UVAPay or payment by paper check can be mailed along with the printed remittance portion of the PDF version of the statement. Within the UVAPay system, all payments by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover) are accepted and processed by UVAPay. A 2.75 percent fee is charged for this service. There are no service fees for e-check payments. 

In order for someone other than the student to access and pay bills through the UVAPay system, the student must log into UVAPay and designate that person as an Authorized Payer. For the student’s protection, ONLY the student has access and authority to designate an Authorized Payer. Authorized payers will be notified at the e-mail address the student provides for them in the UVAPay system. Within the UVAPay system, users can view their current account statement and statement history, as well as, view and print a PDF version of these statements and remittance advice.

Payment must be received on or before the due date to prevent late penalties and holds. Late payment of tuition and fees or room and board may result in the assessment of a late fee or removal from classes.

More information about student billing and payments is available from Student Financial Services.