What and when to pay
The best and easiest way to determine how much you need to pay and when it is due is by going to the My Finances tab in MyU. There you will see the “Amount" and the date it is due. If you do not pay the amount in full by the due date, you are subject to a $40 late fee and a hold on your record. The hold will prevent you from registering for classes, making charges to your student account (e.g., from the bookstore), and getting transcripts or diplomas.
“Future Due” amounts are charges that will be due on a future due date. You may have future due charges if you have enrolled in the payment plan or if charges were added to your account after the billing date (e.g., bookstore charges). Future due charges may be paid any time prior to the next due date.
You can find a complete list of the billing and due dates for the semester on the Dates and Deadlines page.
If you enroll in classes on more than one University of Minnesota campus, you will have separate payments and due dates for each campus.
Each time you add a class, cancel a class, or make a bookstore purchase with your U Card, a charge or credit is posted to your student account. Clicking on the “Account Activity” button on the My Finances tab in MyU will show you a summary of all your financial transactions, such as tuition, fees, on-campus housing, and many other campus charges.
Your billing statement details your amount due (tuition, fees, housing, books, and other campus charges) and your payment due date. You will receive a notice in your University email account when it is ready to view. If you have account charges on more than one campus, you will receive separate billing notices for each campus.
Your billing statement is a snapshot of the charges and credits applied to your account as of the date the statement was created. For the most up-to-date account activity information, you can check your student account on the My Finances tab in MyU.
If you would like to view or print your billing statement, refer to these step-by-step instructions.