Paying for college can be difficult, and with college tuition rates increasing across the United States, financial responsibilities can become overwhelming. But at UVI, we want to help make your higher education goals affordable while keeping your college debt levels as low as possible.
1. Prepay with 2% discount
2. Pay in 2 installments
3. Pay in 4 installments
4. Pay in 5 installments
These options are limited to full-time students who are not receiving scholarships, financial aid or other assistance.
Interested parties should complete the tuition payment plan agreement with a check payable to the University of the Virgin Islands. Tuition & fees can also be paid by cash, credit card, ACH (electronic check), or wire transfer. Online payments by credit card (Visa, Master Card and American Express) and ATH are accepted and processed at http://banweb.uvi.edu.
To ensure resources are available for instruction, students must pay their required tuition & fees prior to the start of classes. Students who do not conform to UVI's Tuition & Fees Payment Policy will be regarded as not enrolled and will be debarred from attending classes, residing on campus, and using services provided to students at the University.
In the event a student covered by one of these payment plans withdraws, or otherwise leaves UVI, the student may withdraw from the plan. If the student withdraws during a term, the refund for that term will be calculated in accordance with the University's regular refund policy. If a prepayment is not fully utilized as a result of early graduation or transfer credits, a refund will be determined as above on a probated basis at the time of the student's graduation.
For more information about these payment plan options, contact the UVI Business Office at (340) 693-1437 on the St. Thomas Campus and (340) 692-4160 on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix between 9am and 4pm on weekdays.
Although the above mentioned payment options are preferred, Tuition Management Systems will be available for the Fall 2015 semester, however will be gradually phased out in the near future. Students are strongly encouraged to make a selection of the aforementioned payment options.
Maximize savings and income with this Monthly Payment Plan
Paying as you go is the best way to pay all or part of your education expenses. Why make a large payment each semester when you can spread your Fall 2015 education expenses over 5 monthly payments?
Low Cost, no approval required
There is a $45 charge to enroll in the deferred Payment Plan for the Fall semester. There is also a $100 fee if the plan is canceled. Life insurance covering your payment balance is included.
Paying is simple
You may choose to receive an electronic or paper bill monthly. Pay by check, money order, or credit card, by mail, phone, or online. Monthly payments can be automatically deducted from your checking or statement savings account. Payments are due the 5th of every month. Late payments may result in additional fees.
It's easy to enroll in the Monthly Payment Plan
To enroll or learn more online, or for free education payment advice with no obligation, call to speak with an Education Payment Advisor at: