Payments, Tuition and Fees
PLEASE REMEMBER YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A BILL FOR TUITION
If you only see a $200.00 balance for Spring 2015 late fees then you may have been cancelled for non-payment of tuition. The student tuition deadline to pay for Spring 2015 was January 9, 2015. Students who did not have a tuition deferment and did not pay their tuition in full by the deadline have been cancelled from all Spring 2015 classes.
All cancelled students should be receiving a cancellation notice by mail that includes the amount of their cancelled courses. In order to be reinstated the full amount of tuition and fees for the term cancelled, late fees and any other prior or current term charges that are past due must be paid by the reinstatement deadline.
If you make your reinstatement payment online you need to contact the Cashier's Office at 813-974-6056 or visit them on the Tampa campus in SVC 1039. Once your payment is confirmed your reinstatement will be processed. The deadline to be reinstated is January 30, 2015.
For more information about cancellation and reinstatement please visit our webpage: Cancellation\Reinstatement of Registration
For questions about charges or payments on your student account please contact our Customer Service department: 813-974-6056
- For questions about your FASFA or financial aid awards please contact: University Scholarships and Financial Aid Services.
- For questions regarding your residency status please contact the Registrar's Office: Residency Information.
- When are payments due?
- What are the current Tuition and Fees?
- How do I pay for my classes?
How do i find out what I owe?
USF does not mail out tuition bills. To find out your account balance:
1)Log on to OASIS
2)On the Main Menu select "Student"
3)On the Student Menu select “Tuition & Fees”
4)On the Tuition, Fees & Payment menu select “View Account Summary and Pay My Bill”
Your current account balance is shown near the top of the page. All charges and payments are summarized by the term in which they were made.Close
- When will my financial aid (Loans, Grants, Scholarships, Bright Future's) be disbursed?
Can my parents access my financial information?
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 authorization from their son/daughter by accessing the Student Bill Payment area: Authorized Users Login.
Student Services Building, SVC 1039
Mail Point: ALN 147
Customer Service: 813-974-6056