Registered students with a balance due will be issued an e-bill in accordance with the billing schedule.
If you are registered at the time the first e-bill is generated, up to three e-bills could be issued for the fall and spring semester. Newly registered students are billed for the first time on the Monday following their initial registration date.
Fall Billing Schedule
- First e-bill issued July 24th and due August 22nd
- Second e-bill issued August 29th and due September 19th
- Third e-bill issued September 25th and due October 17th
Spring Billing Schedule
- First e-bill issued December 11th and due January 9th
- Second e-bill issued January 22nd and due February 13th
- Third e-bill issued February 19th and due March 13th
Summer Billing Schedule
- Summer 1 e-bill issued April 17th and due May 9th
- Summer 2 e-bill issued June 5th and due June 20th
- Final summer e-bill issued June 26th and due July 11th
Because e-mail is the official means of communication for Temple University, only electronic bills (e-bills) are issued for currently registered students. Paper bills will not be mailed. Bill notifications are sent to your official Temple e-mail account and bills are available to be viewed in TUpay.
For the first bill of the fall and spring semester, students will be billed for the full account balance. Students who do not pay the full account balance by the due date will be automatically enrolled in the University’s Deferred Payment Plan. Students will be assessed a non-refundable $25 deferred payment plan fee if the total account balance is not paid by the due date.
For the second bill of the fall and spring semester, students will be billed for the remaining account balance. Students who do not pay the full account balance by the due date are indicating that they require additional time to make payment and wish to remain in the University’s Deferred Payment Plan. As a result, they will be assessed an additional $25 non-refundable deferred payment plan fee.
Third and final bill
For the third and final bill of the fall and spring semester, students will be billed for the remaining account balance. Students that do not fully pay the total account balance by the final due date will be assessed a late payment fee and have a financial hold placed on their record, which will restrict University services, such as future semester registration and issuance of transcripts.