Director of Student Accounting Services
|Location:||Kline Hall – Room 107 & 101|
|Office Hours:||Monday through Friday
9 A.M.-12:30 P.M. and from 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Students who are unable to visit the Student Accounts Office during daytime business hours may call 215-596-8860 to arrange an evening appointment.
|Location:||Kline Hall – Room 108|
|Office Hours:||Monday through Friday
9:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M. and from 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Current Tuition - (Please click here for Current Tuition information).
The University's billing timetable is in accordance with the following chart:
Payment for each semester is due and payable upon receipt of the invoice. Initial semester statements will be sent by mail, but additional account balance notices will be emailed to students at their University email addresses. Students may access an on-line real-time statement at any time via WebAdvisor. Payments that are not made by the specified deadline are subject to a $100 late fee for each month invoice remains past due. Payments should be remitted by mail to: University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Cashier's Office, 600 South 43rd Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19104; in person to the Cashier; or on-line by WebAdvisor for students or the Payment Gateway for families or others. Payments for all student accounts charges (tuition, fees, residence halls, food plans, and medical insurance) may be made by cash, check, wire transfers, or credit cards. The University accepts American Express, Discover, and Master Card. Anyone who uses a credit card to pay a tuition account will be charged a non-refundable convenience fee equal to 2.5% of the transaction.
Students encountering difficulties in resolving their financial obligations are encouraged to see Student Accounts (Kline Hall – Room 107) for assistance in meeting their responsibilities. The University has payment plan options for your convenience:TMS (Tuition Management Systems).
Students with outstanding indebtedness may not attend classes until payment is made. Failure to pay a past due account will result in the account being placed on a “financial hold” status, barring registration for future semesters, release of grades and academic transcripts. In addition, accounts in serious default will be reported to a collection agency, credit bureau and legal counsel. Collections expenses equal to 50% of the outstanding charges and other such costs will be added to the amount due.
Additional information about federal and private loans can be found at www.usciences.edu/applying/financialAid/loans.aspx
For more information about refunds after withdrawal or dismissal, please see our Refunds file.
The Cashier’s Office accepts payments for tuition and fees, and transacts other University business. The University accepts checks, made payable to University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Financial obligations are not considered satisfied until checks have cleared the bank. A collection charge of $30.00 will be imposed and added to the student’s account for any check not accepted by the bank.
The University also accepts American Express, Discover, and Master Card. Anyone who uses a credit card to pay a tuition account will be charged a non-refundable convenience fee equal to 2.5% of the transaction.
These payments may be transacted directly at the Cashier’s window, by mail or online on Web Advisor. All payments can be deposited at any time in the Cashier’s Deposit Slot located directly on the Cashier’s door. Payments mailed in should be sent to the following address:
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Box 91 Cashier
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Students may make online payments via WebAdvisor. Family members and others may make online payments via our Payment Gateway. Although the convenience fee for credit cards in charged for on-line payments, there is no fee for electronic check payments.
If you should have any additional questions please feel free to contact us at: Cashier@usciences.edu.