Tuition, Fees, Refunds and Deposits
Tuition and fees for the Fall and Spring semesters are payable in full on Sept. 23 (Fall semester) and Feb. 23 (Spring semester). Please see the schedule below for approximate billing dates and due dates. Each time a student fails to meet a payment due date, a Late Payment Fee will be assessed to the tuition account. Note: Failure to receive the billing notice will not excuse the student from payment responsibility, nor the late payment penalties. Students may review their tuition and fees account using mavlink or at cashiering.unomaha.edu.
UNO accepts major credit cards for payment of tuition and fees. Credit card payments may be made via the Web at cashiering.unomaha.edu. Payments by credit card, check, cashier’s check or money order may also be mailed to the Cashiering/Student Accounts Office, 109 Eppley Administration Building, 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE 68182. When mailing credit card payments, please use the remittance form on the tuition and fees statement. This remittance form must be signed by the cardholder. Payments may also be brought to the Cashiering/Student Accounts Office during regular business hours or deposited in the after hours drop box located outside of the office.
- For students who register March through the first week of the semester:
Bill Date: end of August
Tuition Due: Sept. 23
- For students who register November through the first week of the semester:
Bill Date: end of January
Tuition Due: Feb. 23
Students will be billed at the end of each month through July for their summer registrations. Tuition and fees will be due and payable in full by the 23rd of each month.
Students who fail to pay tuition and fees by the due date will be assessed a Late Payment Fee.
Failure to make payment on an account will prohibit registration for future semesters. If an account remains unpaid, it may be forwarded to a collection agency.
Students waiting until after the initial due date for payment of tuition and fees to register or add courses will be required to pay the late registration fee and the late payment fees retroactively.
Registration is not complete until cleared by the cashier. Failure to pay tuition or fees when due, or to meet payments on loans when due, may result in cancellation of registration, legal action, collection efforts and withholding of transcripts. Outstanding financial obligations from previous semesters must be paid prior to registration. Failure to do so will prohibit registration for future semesters.
The University reserves the right to change the amount of tuition or fees at any time and to assess charges for laboratory/special instructional fees, breakage, lost property, fines, penalties, parking, books, supplies, food or special services not listed in this schedule.