How can I make payments?
You have a choice of convenient options to make your payments. See which option is best for you.
To pay online, you can submit your payment on My ASU.
- Sign in to My ASU.
- Select the Finances link at the top of the page.
- Click Pay Bill to be transferred to QuikPAY.
eChecks are a fast and simple online payment method that can be made from a U.S. checking or savings accounts. You’ll need your bank’s routing number and your account number, which you’ll find on the bottom of your checks or you can get it from your account with your financial institution. eChecks are ASU’s preferred payment method and are free. Read the eCheck FAQs for more information.
ASU does not directly accept credit or debit card payments for tuition and student account charges, but has arranged for a third-party processor to accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express payments online through QuikPAY. The processor charges a 2.5 percent service fee for credit and debit card payments. Credit and debit card payments are only accepted online and are not accepted by mail, over the phone or in person. Read the credit card FAQs for additional information.
International students can make payments safely and securely through Flywire. With Flywire, you can make payments from banks worldwide with favorable exchange rates, typically in your home currency. You also have 24-hour multilingual customer support via email, live chat or phone to assist you with payment-related questions. See additional information about Flywire.
Note: Please be aware that Flywire is the only vendor authorized by ASU to facilitate international payments. For safety and security reasons, you should not attempt to make international payments through other companies or third-party vendors or via direct wire transfers to the university, especially those requesting My ASU login credentials, which should be kept private at all times.
Personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders and cash payments are accepted in person at Cashiering Services locations on all four campuses.
ASU accepts personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, and prepaid or college savings plan (529) payments by mail. Please make the check or money order payable to the order of Arizona State University and include your student ID number on the memo line. Checks should be mailed to the following address:
ASU Cashiering Services
1151 S. Forest Ave., Ste. 244
PO Box 870303
Tempe, AZ 85287-0303
Mail checks at least two weeks prior to your tuition due date to avoid automatic enrollment in the ASU payment plan.
ASU is your lender, and you’ll repay ASU once your Perkins Loan moves to repayment status (typically nine months after graduation, withdrawl from school or dropping below half-time enrollment). Monthly payments depend on your loan amount and length of your repayment period. Payments can be made online. For complete details on repaying your Federal Perkins Loan, visit tuition.asu.edu/perkins-loan-repayment.
What happens if I can’t pay my charges on time?
If you miss paying your charges by the deadline, you’ll be assessed late fees beginning at 30 days past due.