Methods of Payment
Making payments can be a taxing experience. Luckily, there are multiple ways to make your payments to Stetson University. You can make your payments in any way that best suits you.
Tuition and fees are due by the close of business approximately two weeks before classes begin each semester. Stetson University will accept credit cards or e-check for payment of tuition, fees, campus housing and other educational expenses, but permissible use is limited and subject to a convenience fee. Frequently Asked Questions have been developed to help you make an informed decision about whether to use credit cards to pay educational expenses. Payments for study abroad opportunities may be done online as well.
Stetson University accepts Florida Prepaid as a form of payment toward your tuition bill. Florida Prepaid pays out at a state tuition rate per credit hour.
As a courtesy, the Bursar's Office will invoice Florida Prepaid at the beginning of each semester (it usually takes 6-8 weeks for the funds to arrive). We automatically bill for 15 credits hours per semester (times 8 semesters for your 120 hour plan). Any variation in billing will require a written statement from the account holder.
For this to take place, the Bursar's Office would need:
Payments can be made through a wire transfer as well. Please contact the Office of the Bursar for more information.
Student Accounts continues to accept payment by check through the mail, as well as cash or check in person. During peak payment periods, you may experience delays when making payments in person.
The Office of the Bursar is located on the second floor - also known as Stetson One Stop - of the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Welcome Center.