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Payment Deadlines

Payment deadlines can vary by campus. At UH Mānoa your payment deadline depends on when you registered for classes. Use the charts below to determine your payment deadline.

Important Note: If you will be using eCheck or eSavings that requires entering your bank routing number and bank account number (and your ‘payment method’ wasn't saved in an earlier transaction), to make your payment, to enroll in the installment payment plan, or to enroll in eRefund, you must allow 6 business days before this account can be used due to a pre-note verification process. After 6 days, please remember to log into MyUH Services again to make your payment or enroll in the available payment plan to avoid being disenrolled or having a financial hold being placed on your account.




Fall 2017
Registration Status

Payment Deadline

If you registered for Fall 2017:

Between April 19 and July 21

July 21, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. (HST)

 

Note: If you fail to pay your bill or to sign up for a payment plan by the deadline your registration may be cancelled.

 

If you have a financial aid award as of July 21 for Fall 2017, you will not have your classes cancelled. See below for more information.

If you are still enrolled or registered for Fall 2017:

After July 21

August 30, 2017, 4:00 p.m. HST

 

Note: You are responsible to pay for all classes in which you are registered whether you attend or not. Your registration will not be cancelled for non-payment of tuition.



Additional Information for Financial Aid Recipients

Refer to Financial Aid Services for instructions regarding your financial aid award. If you received your award letter and completed all necessary paperwork, including registering for your classes, the UH Cashier's Office will apply your financial aid toward your tuition and fees. Funds will be disbursed upon verification of enrollment beginning August 11, 2017.

After your tuition and fees have been paid, any residual monies will be mailed to you or deposited directly into your designated eRefund account. Learn more about refunds.

Note: If you do not plan to attend UH Mānoa, drop all of your courses online by August 10, 2017 and notify the Mānoa Financial Aid Services Office of your withdrawal.  Failure to do so will make you liable for any charges you may have incurred, and you will be responsible for any financial aid that is distributed to you.

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Spring 2017
Registration Status

Payment Deadline

If you registered for Spring 2017 (Continuing Classified Students Only):

Between November 21 and December 9

December 9, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. (HST)

 

Note: If you fail to pay your bill or to sign up for a payment plan by the deadline your registration may be cancelled. If your registration is cancelled you will have to register again during the January 5 to 8, 2017 registration period.

 

If you have a financial aid award as of December 9 for Spring 2017, you will not have your classes cancelled. See below for more information.

If you are still enrolled or registered for Spring 2017:

After December 9

January 18, 2017, 4:00 p.m. HST

 

Note: You are responsible to pay for all classes in which you are registered whether you attend or not. Your registration will not be cancelled for non-payment of tuition.



Additional Information for Financial Aid Recipients

Refer to Financial Aid Services for instructions regarding your financial aid award. If you received your award letter and completed all necessary paperwork, including registering for your classes, the UH Cashier's Office will apply your financial aid toward your tuition and fees. Funds will be disbursed upon verification of enrollment beginning January 1, 2017.

After your tuition and fees have been paid, any residual monies will be mailed to you or deposited directly into your designated eRefund account. Learn more about refunds.

Note: If you do not plan to attend UH Mānoa, drop all of your courses online by December 9, 2016 and notify the Mānoa Financial Aid Services Office of your withdrawal. Failure to do so will make you liable for any charges you may have incurred, and you will be responsible for any financial aid that is distributed to you.

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