Tuition Per Credit
Rutgers University Students: Please note that Summer Session tuition is based on the rates below, not the rates associated with your school affiliation during the spring/fall terms.
|UG-School 21, 40, & 47||
|Graduate-School 19 & 26||
|Graduate-School 26:705 & 45||
SUMMER SESSION STUDENT FEE $151.25
ONLINE COURSE SUPPORT FEE $100.00 (ONLY APPLIES TO ONLINE COURSES)
LATE FEE $50.00
*A complete listing of all school codes above is available here.
Students who have questions regarding their residency status should contact the Office of the Registrar. All students are required to pay the Summer Session student fee.
ALL STUDENTS MUST SUBMIT THEIR AWARD LETTER OR LOAN DOCUMENTATION ALONG WITH THEIR TERM BILL TO THE CASHIER BEFORE APPLICABLE DEADLINES OR YOU WILL BE CHARGED A LATE FEE. Office of Financial Aid,
249 University Avenue,
Blumenthal Hall, 3rd Floor,
If you are a Rutgers University student interested in applying for summer 2013 funding, then log on to the Office of Financial Aid website http://studentaid.rutgers.edu on or about April 1, 2013 for more information.
Term Bill Deadlines
Rutgers University no longer mails student term bills. Students can access their term bills electronically at http://www.studentabc.rutgers.edu/.
The Term Bill due date’s are available on the Summer Session registration calendar.
If you have registered for both Session I & Session II courses,
payment will be due during
the first applicable due date.
It is the student’s responsibility to contact the Student Accounts Receivable Office (973/353-5423) to obtain, complete and submit their term bill on time. Students who fail to do so will be assessed a $50.00 late fee. Students are responsible for all tuition and fee payments unless they officially withdraw from courses in the Office of the Registrar by the specified dates, regardless of whether they attended the class. Not paying the bill does not constitute a withdrawal from the class.
Payment of all tuition and fees must be made according to the dates in the Summer Session registration calendar. Checks should be made payable to Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The date on which the cashier receives the bill payment is the effective date of payment. Postmark dates will not be considered as payment dates. Bad checks and stopped checks are assessed a $10.00 return check service fee and $50.00 late fee and must be made good. Neither stopping payment nor a bad check will cancel registration.
Students are responsible for all tuition and fee payments unless they officially drop the course in the Office of the Registrar by the specified refund dates, regardless of whether they attend the class. Not paying the bill does not constitute a withdrawal from the class.
Payment by Electronic Check
You may pay by e-check, which is an electronic withdrawal from your checking or savings back account. No additional fee is charged for the e-check, unless the electronic payment is returned as unpaid from your bank to the university. Returned e-checks are assessed a $10.00 return check service fee and $50.00 late fee.
Payment by Credit Card
MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card may be used to pay tuition and fees online. A service fee of 2.5% of the amount paid will be assessed to your credit card for this convenience. In-person credit card payments are no longer accepted by the Cashier’s Offices at Rutgers University.
Payment Instructions (Credit Card/Electronic Check)
Online Payment System Availability:
Monday-Friday, 6:30am – 10:45pm & 11:15pm – midnight
Saturday, 8:00am – 2:00pm
Sunday, Not Available
How to pay online:
1. Credit card/e-check payments may be made via the web at: http://newarkbusinessoffice.rutgers.edu.
2. Click on “Term Bill Payments.”
3. Log in using your 9-digit RUID and PAC (Personal Access Code) number. Your PAC is the month and date of birth (ex: 1106 for November 6).
4. Click on “Initial Payment of Term Bill Charges and Fees” and select the “Summer Session” term. Review your balance and then click “Proceed to Credit Card Payment Page” or “E-check Payment.” Fill in required fields and then click “Verify Information.” Then click “Submit Payment” to process your credit card payment.
5. A “Payment Accepted” page will appear when your payment is received. This is your receipt. Click on “Print Receipt”, then close the window. A “Thank you for your payment” message will appear confirming that your transaction is complete.
Transactions that are declined by the bank for any reason are considered unpaid and will be returned to the student. Refunds of credit card payments will be made with a check issued by Rutgers University.
For more information on payment plans please visit, http://www.studentabc.rutgers.edu/payment_options/rutpp.php or contact the Office of Student Accounting, 973/353-5423.
Rutgers University students may be eligible for a Direct Loan for the Summer Session if they have remaining eligibility as determined by their grade level. Students should check with the Office of Financial Aid for further information during the Spring term. The summer application filing deadline date is August 1, 2013.
Check the Office of Financial Aid website on or about April 1 for more information on summer Pell eligibility.
Students who wish to use outside scholarships to attend Summer Session must obtain a letter from the funding agency stating that the financial grant is available for Summer Session 2012 courses.
New Jersey State Aid
The state of New Jersey does not offer any scholarships or grants for summer courses alone.
Lifetime Learning Tax Credit
Individuals can qualify for a new educational tax credit for tuition and fees paid for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education courses. For detailed information consult IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education: http://www.irs.gov/publications/p970/ch03.html.
Education Tax Benefits
Please visit http://rci.rutgers.edu/~hopesch, for more information.
If your financial aid exceeds your charge, your refund check will not be available until after the start of the summer term. It is important for you to plan ahead for the purchase of books, supplies and other expenses.
Students are now able to have financial aid refunds electronically deposited to a personal checking or savings account. Electronic refunds reduce the time it takes to receive a refund; eliminates the possibility of a refund being lost in the mail or stolen; and provides email notification alerting the student that a refund has been processed. To enroll, log onto your account online with your NetID and Password.