Managing Your Student Account
View your student account, make payments/apply credits, manage your refunds, and confirm your attendance. Students may also print their term bill form by selecting the 'PRINT YOUR TERM BILL' link under 'Payment Options' when viewing your student account. Term bill payments mailed and postmarked by the due date will not be assessed late fees.
Students are expected to pay term bill charges on or before the first day of classes. Those that register on or after the first day of classes must pay the day of registration. Students who have an account balance and are unable to pay the full amount by the due date may enroll in a Tuition Payment Plan (RUTPP) or visit the Student Accounting/Campus Business Office for additional assistance. Students who have not paid or made arrangements to pay by the stated date risk having their course registration cancelled. Unpaid term bills will be charged late payment fees, late registration fees, and a registration reinstatement fee.
2020-2021 Tuition and Fees (click on New Brunswick Graduate, refer to School of Graduate Studies on page 2 of PDF)
View tuition and fee rates by school, and learn more about mandatory and optional fees.
Explore Tuition Payment Plans
Enroll in the best plan for you, annually or by semester.
Payment with e-check, an electronic withdrawal from your bank account, is the most secure and convenient way to pay your tuition and fees. Students can also make payments from international banking institutions via our partnership with peerTransfer.
Students who wish to pay their term bills by sending money from a non-US bank will need to log into their student accounts and utilize our partners Scholarship and PeerTransfer to complete the payment. Learn more.
Important Information for RBHS Students (Legacy UMDNJ)
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences is an umbrella organization for schools, centers, and institutes from both Rutgers and the former UMDNJ. Learn more about billing and collections, student loans, and find cashier's offices servicing RBHS students.