|Term||Bill Available||Bill Due Date|
|Fall||June 1||August 1|
|Winter||November 1||December 1|
|Spring||December 1||January 1|
|Summer||April 15||May 15|
You will receive a Statement of Account on the 15th of each month via mail and/or email that displays your balance due. It is your responsibility to make satisfactory payment arrangements by the payment due date. Only summarized information is mailed to you; your entire transactional history can be found online using your MyLIU account.
This section displays the total amount due by term. You can refer to your MyLIU account for detailed account activity.
Outstanding charges can include:
Pending Financial Aid
This section illustrates pending financial aid for the specified term. Once approved, it will be applied against charges incurred in accordance with Federal, state, and institutional guidelines. It is imperative that you complete all financial aid requirements to have your anticipated aid approved. You must accept or decline any Federal Direct Student Loans or Work Study by logging into your MyLIU account. First time Federal student loan recipients and parent PLUS loan borrowers must complete Entrance Counseling requirements and sign a Master Promissory Note (MPN) to be eligible for funds.
This represents a summation of all financial activity as of the statement date and is the amount you must pay or make arrangement for by the payment due date. Please note that modifications to your financial aid package and/or financial aid disbursement rules may change your total amount due.
The calculation of your tuition and fee liability, if any, is based on the date of your official withdrawal in accordance with University policy.
Traditional Fall/Spring Liability Schedule*
|Prior to start of term||0%|
|During 1st calendar week of classes
|During 2nd calendar week of classes
|During 3rd calendar week of classes
|During 4th calendar week of classes
|After 4th week of classes
*This schedule is not applicable to non-traditional sessions, such as Summer, Weekend, or Winter Sessions. Room and board charges must be cancelled through the Office of Residence Life. Liability for these charges will be assessed at the time of cancellation.
Long Island University offers convenient options to pay your account balance due. We offer many different payment methods, including check, all credit and debit cards, ACH, money order, and wire transfer.
You can use your MyLIU account to securely pay your balance online at my.liu.edu using a check, credit or debit card by clicking on the Make a Payment link from your Student Center homepage or from within the Account Inquiry section. To log into the Payment Gateway, enter your MyLIU user name and password. From here, you may also set up an authorized user account so that a relative, guardian, or employer can pay any outstanding balance on your behalf.
If paying with a check or money order by mail, please date the payment appropriately and make it payable to Long Island University. Any payment not honored by the bank is subject to a $25 returned item fee and may restrict your future payment options to certified check, money order, or credit card. You may also receive an additional charge from your financial institution. The University is not responsible for fees assessed by your bank.
The University will temporarily clear student account balances if presented with written authorization from a third party or sponsoring company that intends to make payment on your behalf. Students must submit official written authorization and complete a Deferred Payment Plan Agreement Form, along with payment for any remaining balance due. Additional information on third party payments can be found in the Policies section.
The University offers students and families the ability to pay your tuition bill in installments using our new online payment plan system. These plans can help
families budget the cost of tuition and fees by spreading out the cost over a number of payments each term. Enrolling in a payment plan is easy - simply log into the
LIU Payment Gateway, pick a plan that meets your needs, and enroll. You can pay online using a credit card or e-check, knowing your information is secured by
industry-leading security features. The payment plan system will automatically notify you if your installments increase or decrease due to changes in your student
The University offers the following payment plans each semester:
|Gold Payment Plan||Silver Payment Plan||Bronze Payment Plan||Summer Payment Plan||Winter Payment Plan|
|Enrollment Dates||Fall: Jun 1 - Jul 1
Spring: Nov 1 - Dec 1
|Fall: Jul 2 - Aug 1
Spring: Dec 2 - Jan 1
| Fall: Aug 2 - Sep 15
Spring: Jan 2 - Jan 31-
|Apr 1 - Jun 30||Nov 1 - Dec 15|
|Balance Calculation||All applicable charges, less any approved financial aid. Your plan will automatically recalculate if changes are made to your student account or financial aid during the payment plan term.|
|First Payment||20% plus fee upon enrollment||25% plus fee upon enrollment||33% plus fee upon enrollment||33% plus fee upon enrollment||50% plus fee upon enrollment|
|Remaining Payments||Four equal installments. Fall: Aug 1, Sep 1, Oct 1, and Nov 1||Three equal installments.
Fall: Sep 1, Oct 1, and Nov 1
Spring: Feb 1, Mar 1, Apr 1
| Two equal installments.
Fall: Oct 1 and Nov 1
Spring: Mar 1 and Apr 1
|Two equal monthly installments||One additional monthly installment|
|Late Payment Fee||$25 if payment is not received within 5 days of the scheduled due date.|
|Payment Methods||Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover, or Checking Account; auto deduction options are also available.|
|How to Enroll||Log into your MyLIU account and select "Make a Payment." Then log into the LIU Payment Gateway and select "Payment Plans."|
|Authorized User Access||Yes. You must first set up an authorized user.|
Students are liable for all charges incurred at the time of registration or room assignment. Your MyLIU account makes it easier than ever to manage your financial obligations. To view your current account balance, simply log into your MyLIU account online at my.liu.edu and click on the Account Inquiry link in the Finances section of your Student Center homepage.
Students must make acceptable payment arrangements or officially withdraw prior to the payment due date to remain in good financial standing and avoid late fees. Acceptable payment arrangements include:
A student who complies with any of the above shall be considered in good financial standing, so long as all terms and conditions are met throughout the term. All payment arrangements must be completely satisfied in full or the following fees and/or penalties may be applied.
|1st Late Fee||2nd Late Fee||3rd Late Fee|
|Term||Date Applied||Amount||Date Applied||Amount||Date Applied||Amount|
|Fall||August 15||$150||September 15||$150||October 15||$200|
|Spring||January 15||$150||February 15||$150||March 15||$200|
If your account becomes seriously past due and no arrangements are made, the University will refer it to an external collection agency or law firm, where additional fees and penalties of 25-40% may be charged to your account in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
If you register for courses and decide not to attend, you must officially withdraw your registration prior to the end of the first week of classes to avoid liability. You can withdraw online using your MyLIU account through the first week of the term. After the first week of classes, you must complete an Application for Withdrawal Form and receive official approval from the Office of the Registrar on your campus. Non-attendance and/or non-payment do not constitute official withdrawal from the University.