Cost of Tuition and Fees
To avoid the $100 late tuition payment fee plus possible cancellation of registration and a $100 late registration fee, tuition and related fee payment deadlines. View payment deadline schedule.
Please note: Students will not receive a tuition bill in the mail.
Monitor your online student account to ensure all payments are reflected.
Payment Methods For Tuition and Fees
Note: all credit and debit payments must be made via the Web.
- Via the Web on Oasis: MasterCard, American Express, Discover and e-check
- By mail : *check or money order only, payable to: USF
- In Person : cash, *check, or money order only, accepted at cashier’s office.
- Drop box located on the east end of Bayboro Hall : *check or money order only, payable to: USF.
All scholarship checks are to be mailed to:
University of South Florida
P.O. Box 864571
Orlando, FL 32886-4571
*Please include your student ID# (U#) on the check or money order.
Forms of Payment Accepted
- Credit/Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover) Credit/Debit Card payments are accepted at the Cashier’s Office in payment of non-tuition related expenses such as : transcripts, application fees (undergraduate, graduate, non-degree, late graduation), orientation fees, and library fines. https://usfonline.admin.usf.edu/
- Credit/Debit card payments are not accepted by telephone or fax.
- USF strictly adheres to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council Operating Regulations. Credit cards presented for payment at USF must be signed; USF will not accept a card that is not signed. A blank signature line or writing “see ID” on the signature line constitutes an invalid card.
Florida Prepaid College Program
Students who participate in the Florida Prepaid College Program are responsible for the local portion of fees. Payment deadlines are the same as regular tuition payment. http://usfweb2.usf.edu/uco/studentaccounting/flprepaid.asp
Student Charges and Refunds
Forms for Refunds, Reinstatements, Late Fee Waiver and Stop Payment Requests
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
Under the provisions of The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) in most cases, we cannot release financial information about students to any third party. This act prohibits us from discussing your financial status with family members and financial institutions.
Parents can obtain financial information with the consent of their son/daughter by accessing OASIS.