Billing Cycle

Bills are available online at on or about the 21st of the month and are due on the 15th of the following month.

Initial term invoices are generated as follows: Fall = August 21, Spring = January 21, and Summer = April 21. Payments must be received by the appropriate due date to avoid a non-refundable $100 late payment fee. If a second bill is sent and is not paid by the due date, another non-refundable $100 late payment fee will be assessed to the student’s account. Thereafter, a 1.5% default fee will be assessed on all unpaid tuition and fees until the charges are paid in full. A student will NOT be able to enroll in future terms, or receive a transcript or diploma until the account is paid in full.

The University of Kansas billing system is completely online. Students will be notified by email around the 21st of each month when a new eBill has been generated. To obtain your eBill, login to Enroll & Pay at then select Manage Account - Print/View a Bill.

Zero Balance Account

In an effort to meet federal notice requirements, an additional message was added to the invoice and ebill notification. Receiving a zero balance bill is a similar practice to that of other billings for utilities or credit cards. If a balance is due in the prior billing cycle and is paid, a bill is created the next month reflecting that payment and acknowledgement that nothing is due at this time.


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