Billing & Tuition

Making Payments

Payments toward the student's account can be made in the following ways:


Payments can be made online from your checking or savings account, or charge a payment to your VISA, Master Card, DISCOVER, or American Express credit card. All credit/debit card payments are subject to a nonrefundable 2.75 percent service charge.

If you do not have access to your student’s account through Parent/Guest Access, your student will need to set up your access by following the instructions on Authorize access to your student record on the One Stop website.

By U.S. Postal Mail:

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
NW 6443
PO Box 1450
Minneapolis, MN 55485-6443

Please be sure to print and enclose a copy of the “Printable Version/PDF” of the billing statement to ensure timely crediting of your payment. You can print the bill through the Parent/Guest Access application. Write your student’s ID number on the check and include it with a copy of the payment portion of the billing statement.

Read more about how to pay the University or contact One Stop Student Services for more information.

Electronic Billing and Payments

The University of Minnesota offers electronic billing and payment of student account bills (tuition, fees, housing, books, etc.). Electronic billing is the official means of generating tuition bills to all University of Minnesota students.

The University electronic billing and payment system automatically sends an email notification to the student's U of M email address when the bill is ready to be viewed online. Students can authorize parents or guests (also get an email notification) to view and pay bills online. As an authorized payer, parents/guests can view student's tuition bills online; view student's billing and payment history online; pay student's tuition bills online by automatically deducting the amount from a checking or savings account or charge payment to a VISA, MasterCard, DISCOVER, or American Express credit card, and download and print a copy of the student's bill for sending check payments via U.S. mail.