Billing and Payment
Law students are enrolled one semester at a time with tuition billed one semester at a time. Bills for the fall semester are mailed at the end of July with payment arrangements due in August. Bills for the spring semester are mailed in December with payment arrangements due in January. Students can also access further information through the Student Accounts web page.
Financial arrangements for the Fall semester are due by August 1. For those student registered prior to July 1, semester billing statements will be mailed July 10. If students have not received a billing statement or registered after July 1, student can view their bills online. View the Bill Payment Suite Instructions.
Financial arrangements for the Spring semester are due by January 2. For those students registered prior to December 1, semester billing statements will be mailed out December 10. If students have not received a billing statement or registered after December 1, students can view their bills online. View the Bill Payment Suite Instructions.
Students who have not received a bill should also check their addresses on Banner Self-service. Bills are mailed to the billing address under the Personal Information tab of Banner Self-Service. Update any old addresses and add correct billing, permanent and local addresses.
Methods of Payment
Students may make payments online through the Payment Suite (via mySLU), in person at the Cashier’s Office in DuBourg Hall or via mail. Available methods of payment include cash, check, cashier's check, wire transfer, electronic check and credit card. If students choose to pay by credit card, they will be assessed a convenience fee by the PayPath Payment Service; the average convenience fee is 2.75%. Please note that Visa credit cards are not accepted.
For information regarding payment, please see Payment Options and Due Dates. Please see Bill Payment Suite Instructions for information on using our online system where one may enroll in a payment plan, establish an authorized user, or pay online.