Due Dates and Addresses for Payments

Billing and Due Dates for January Term and Spring 2017

Below are billing due dates for most programs at the University.  Some programs have variable due dates, so students and others paying the bills should check with the program administrators directly.  Due dates are also available in Current Account Activity in QuikPay.  For those studying abroad with UVA programs: because of the variable due dates, no term statement is created.  There is also no term statement created for January Term or Summer Session charges.  Always check "Current Account Activity" in QuikPay or ask the International Studies Office to confirm due dates for your program's charges.

Program

Bill Available

Due Date

January Term on-Grounds As enrollment occurs 12/28/2016

Undergrads and Grads

12/13/2016

1/11/2017

Post-Bacc Pre-Med

12/13/2016 1/11/2017

Medical School: 1st & 4th Years

12/9/2016

1/4/2017

Medical School: 2nd & 3rd Years

1/10/2016 2/8/2017

Law School

12/20/2016

1/18/2017

MS-MIT: Charlottesville & NOVA

12/9/2016 1/4/2017

MS-Commerce

12/13/2016

1/11/2017

Commerce Global

 12/9/2016 1/4/2017

Systems Engineering

12/13/2016 1/11/2017

Darden: Ph.D. and On-Grounds MBA

12/13/2016

1/11/2017

Darden: Executive MBA Class of 2017

11/21/2016

12/21/2016

Darden: Global Executive MBA Class of 2017

1/3/2017

2/1/2017

Darden: Global Executive MBA Class of 2018

12/6/2016

1/4/2017

ALL BILL DATES AND DUE DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
PLEASE VERIFY DUE DATES ON THE ACTUAL BILL

 

Mailing Address for Payments

Please include the student's University ID number on the memo portion of your check when you make payment.

Mail checks to:

University of Virginia
Student Payment Processing
P.O. Box 400204
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904

For express delivery services that cannot deliver to P.O. boxes, send to:

University of Virginia
Student Financial Services
1001 N. Emmet Street
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903

 

Payment and Late Payment

Please click here to learn how to view and pay your bill.

The final date for payment of student account balances for University charges is included in the account statement on-line for students. Bills are available on-line through QuikPay only. Any student who fails to pay the amount due by the specified payment due date is subject to a 1.5% late fee assessed on the amount past due.

The late fee carries a due date separate from the original charge. Requests for waivers of late fees due to extenuating circumstances must be made in writing to sfs@virginia.edu and must be received by Student Financial Services by the late fee due date.

Checks returned for insufficient or uncollected funds are immediately redeposited by our bank. Payment of tuition and fees by a check returned from the bank will incur a late fee if the repayment is not received by the due date for the charge(s) in question. A $50 service charge will also be assessed. Postdated checks should not be submitted; each check is immediately processed for payment regardless of its date. Students who have three returned checks will be denied the ability to pay via personal checks or through the electronic check function in QuikPay.

Payment by the Billing Due Date Students are expected to satisfy all outstanding obligations to the University before they are permitted to attend classes for a given term. If outstanding obligations are not satisfied, courses are dropped after 5 p.m. of the Friday of the first week of classes.

Failure to Pay University Financial Obligations Enrolled students may be suspended from the University for past due financial obligations. Suspension includes dropping of courses and prevention from course enrollment for future terms. Current students will have their debts offset against any credit balances and other proceeds, such as loan checks. Current and former students will have a financial hold placed on their student account preventing them from adding classes or obtaining an academic transcript. Past due obligations are reported to the state for offset against state income tax refunds, state vendor payments, and lottery winnings, and may be reported to credit bureaus, referred to third party collection agencies or the State Attorney General, or litigated. Debtors may be assessed collection costs up to fifty percent of their debt.