Payment Information

Payment Information

Payment Information


General Payment Information


  • For a printable list of billing key points, click here.

  • It is the student's responsibility to check and pay their account in the ePay Center by the due date.

  • Every time you register for a course, a charge is generated and placed on your account. Remember, your online account is your official bill and no other bill will be mailed; therefore, it is important that you check your account statement every time you register and that you pay in full in a timely manner.

  • It is your responsibility to ensure that payment is made by the appropriate deadline.

  • What if you miss the payment deadline? After the payment deadline, students may be dropped from their registration for non-payment. Should a student register for courses after the payment deadline, payment is due upon such registration.

  • Although the University reserves the right to drop students for non-payment, it is not a guarantee, if you plan on not attending. You must drop your courses within the required drop timeframe, or you will be held financially responsible.

  • Need to make a payment for a previous semester? In order to make a payment for a past due balance, please log on to Banner Self-Service. After clicking on the "Bursar" tab on the main menu, click on "ePay Center," then “View Bill and Make Payment." Click “Pay by Term” and select the term in which you would like to make a payment. Click “Continue” to pay the full balance due for that designated semester.
  • Payment questions should be directed to the Office of the Bursar at (856) 256-4150 or  You may also refer to our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.

  • Financial aid might be available to you! You must register for at least 6 S.H. (undergraduate) or 4.5 S.H. (graduate) for consideration. Financial Aid students must confirm payment with the Office of the Bursar in order to avoid late charges/holds and must have aid posted on their account by the specific semester due date to avoid charges and possible registration drops.

  • If you have registered for classes but see no charges, contact the Office of the Registrar at (856) 256-4360 or

Accepted Forms of Payment

  • Check, certified check or money order made payable to "Rowan University".

    • Please be sure to indicate the student's nine-digit Rowan ID number on all payments.
    • If mailing your payment, send to:

      Rowan University
      Office of the Bursar, Savitz Hall
      201 Mullica Hill Road
      Glassboro, NJ 08028
  • Online Payments via Electronic Check (eCheck)/ACH Payment or Credit/Debit Card*
         *Credit/debit card payments are subject to a 2.85% convenience fee.

    • Students

      • Go to Banner Self-Service.
      • Choose "Access Banner Services".
      • Log in using Rowan ID number and PIN.
      • Under the "Bursar" tab, select "ePay Center", and then "View Bill and Make Payment" to be directed to the secure payment site.

    • Authorized Users
      • Go to the ePay Center.
      • Log in using your e-mail and password information.

  • Cash

    • Accepted in-person at the Office of the Bursar in Savitz Hall on the Glassboro Campus or the Cashiering Office at the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine.
    • For your security, it is not advised that you mail a cash payment.

  • International and Domestic Wire Payments

    Rowan University and Western Union Business Solutions have partnered to provide an easy way for you to pay your tuition.  This assures that your funds will arrive on time and in full, without hidden charges.  You pay in your home currency, either online or by bank transfer, and the school receives your payment in full and posts the payment to your student account quickly.

    • Benefits of Wire Payments

      • Pay online in your home currency or in the currency of your choice from your mobile, tablet or desktop device.
      • Exchange rates are competitive when compared to most banks' retail rates and locked in for 72 hours for international payments.
      • There are NO transaction charges from Rowan University for foreign currency.
      • Your payment will include reference information to ensure that it reaches your student quickly.

    • How to Make a Wire Payment*

      • Log in to the ePay Center.
      • Choose Bank Wires for domestic or international payments.
      • Select where you are paying from and who is paying.
      • Obtain payment instructions.
      • Complete your student payment online or in-person.

        *Click here for an informational sheet with specific instructions on how to pay via wire payment.  If you have a payment in progress and have questions or need assistance with a payment initiated by foreign currency, please contact Western Union Business Solutions customer support team at (877) 218-8829 or

    • Policy on Wire Overpayments

      • Rowan University does not accept overpayments.
      • Please transfer only the amount due on your student account to avoid payment delays.

Returned Check Payments

  • If a paper check or eCheck/ACH payment posted to a student account is returned by the bank due to insufficient funds, closed account, no account, invalid account number, or other reason(s), the returned check payment amount plus a $35.00 returned check fee will be charged back to the student account.  In addition, a Denial of Services hold, which prevents registration and access to certain University services, will be placed on the student's account until the returned check payment, including the $35.00 returned check fee, is restored and verified.  The University reserves the right to require guaranteed funds (i.e., certified check, money order, cash) to restore returned check payments and fees.
  • Students are advised of returned checks via their Rowan e-mail, and the $35.00 returned check fee is assessed for each returned item, regardless of the amount of each returned check.  If an account indicates a history of returned checks, the University also reserves the right to suspend a student’s check payment privileges. 

  • If your returned check payment was intended to serve as your down payment for a deferred tuition payment plan, you will be subject to the same fee and denial of services hold as indicated above as well as removal from the plan.  You will not be able to sign up for the plan again and will only be re-enrolled by the Office of the Bursar when you restore your payment via guaranteed funds (as mentioned above).