The mission of the Bursar's Office is to both assist students in the management of their financial obligation to the University and to facilitate matters related to financial assistance.
To pay online with a credit card, go to WebServices and click on Make a Payment. To pay in person, please visit the Bursar's Office located on the first floor of the Student Services Building, 7525 Picardy Avenue. Cash, check, money order, and credit card are accepted. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am until 5:00 pm.
Monthly payment plans for tuition and fees are available through Nelnet.
To estimate your tuition and fee costs, please use our calculator.
Carnegie Foundation selects FranU for 2020 Community Engagement Classification
The following students have been named honors graduates for the Fall class of 2019.
Congratulations to our students who made the Spring 2019 semester Deans’ and President’s lists for outstanding academic work.
Tuition is charged by credit hour for all programs of study. The tuition rate is determined by course type. Fees are charged per credit hour or per semester depending on the fee. Tuition and fees are assessed at the time a student registers for courses.
Use the tuition and fee calculator to determine specific per-semester costs.
Yes, 1098-T tax forms are available online through WebServices in myPortal.
The payment deadline for the upcoming semester is on the main Bursar page.
By the payment deadline each semester, you must have payment arrangements in place for your full balance owed for that semester. Payment arrangements include the following. If you plan to use a payment option not listed, please contact the Bursar’s Office in advance.
Your classes will be purged meaning you will no longer be registered for the semester. If you are able to re-register, you’ll need to have payment arrangements made before the next purge. A purge is run after the published payment deadline and after the last day to drop classes without a W.
Please note if you do not plan on attending, you must officially withdraw through the Registrar's Office. DO NOT depend on being purged as a method of dropping your classes.
This information can be found on the Refund Disbursement page.
Students expecting a financial aid refund are eligible to receive a book and or uniform voucher. To request a voucher, go to the Portal and hover over Virtual Bookstore, then click on Request Voucher. Vouchers are available starting 4 weeks prior to the first day of each semester through the 2nd week of classes. Please visit the book/uniform voucher page for more detail.
Please see the refund schedules on the Bursar Policies page.
In WebServices under Financial Information, click on Account Summary by Term.
You must contact the Bursar’s Office! Adjustments are not automatic, they must be made by someone in the Bursar’s Office.
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