Full payment of tuition, residence hall fees and other related charges are due prior to the start of the term as specified on the original bill. A past due balance may result in prevention of registration or grade release. Payments will be accepted for billed charges only. The university is not able to process payments for more than the balance due on the student’s account.
The monthly payment plan administered through TuitionPay allows you to divide your educational costs into smaller, more manageable, installments. In using this plan, it can reduce your need to borrow, thereby, reducing the overall cost of education and can be combined with your financial aid award or other financing options. Because the payment plan is not a loan, you do not have to pay interest, only an enrollment fee. To enroll, please visit TuitionPay. For questions, you may call 800.635.0120.
Note: Check or E-check are the accepted methods of payment with TuitionPay monthly payment plans. Annual plans are used to budget the expected costs related to the upcoming fall through summer terms. The summer term prior to the new plan year cannot be included.
Northeastern University offers International Payment Transfer of Funds through Western Union Business Solutions. This provides international students an alternative method for paying student bills. This payment option allows you to pay your student account balance in the currency of your choice and provides a simple and reliable way of initiating payments electronically through your bank. Advantages of using this payment method include:
- You can easily obtain a foreign currency quote by accessing myNEU/NUPay through the Northeastern University website.
- You can pay your tuition and fees in the currency of your choice which will then be converted to U.S. Dollars.
- There are NO additional transaction charges from Western Union Business Solutions or Northeastern University, though you may be charged a transaction fee by your bank.
- The exchange rate is valid for 72 hours after the transaction is initiated, taking the uncertainty out of the total payment amount.
- The exchange rate is competitive when compared to most banks’ retail rates.
- Payments received will include your reference information, which ensures that your payment reaches your student account quickly.
- Payments will be electronically transmitted to Northeastern University ensuring timely posting, typically two to five business days from the time you initiate the payment.
To initiate your payment quote online simply log on to your myNEU and select the NUPAY link.
Funds wired directly to the University’s bank: Bank of America, USA, 100 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110, USA. Account # 9429409686 ABA#026009593. Reference: Northeastern University, Student’s Name and Student Account Number (NUID #). If needed the SWIFT# is BOFAUS3N. Please verify with your bank if they assess wire processing fees and adjust your wire payment accordingly. The University cannot accept wire transfers that are greater than the amount due on the student account.
If you have an external scholarship please notify your financial aid counselor. Deduct the amount of the scholarship from your balance due and make payment accordingly. If you have a scholarship payment, please forward it to the address below. If the external organization requires a billing or other verification from the university, please send a copy of the organization’s request to the address below.
ATTN: General Scholarship, 354 Richards Hall
360 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115-5000
What is CENCOEX?
CENCOEX: National Foreign Trade Center. CENCOEX is the Venezuelan government body which administers exchange in Venezuela.
What is the purpose of CENCOEX?
To establish procedures for payments received from CENCOEX for any Venezuelan student currently enrolled at the university. This will reduce the potential of receiving multiple payments from CENCOEX for students who may not carry a balance with the university.
What is the policy?
CENCOEX wire transfers are applied to the intended recipient’s student account to cover the student’s cost of attendance or portion thereof. CENCOEX funds that will create a large credit on the student account may not be accepted. CENCOEX funds which are posted and create a credit balance on the student’s account will not be refunded to the student. Should there be no balance on the account, we will not be able to accept the CENCOEX payment. It is advisable to contact the Student Accounts Office so that your account can be protected pending CENCOEX results. Any/all credit balances will be rolled over to the following semester and applied towards future charges. Students will be eligible for a refund of any remaining credit balance in their student account at the end of the semester in which the student graduates or upon separation from the university. If the student does not want the university to roll the credit over to be applied against future semester charges, they have the option to request the funds be returned to CENCOEX.
What is the CENCOEX procedure?
Venezuelan students request a letter of expense from the Office of Student Financial Services detailing the costs of their current semester enrollment. The letter is customized for each individual student and then notarized by in-house staff. The student submits the notarized letter to the Venezuelan Consulate for processing. CENCOEX will review the documentation and either approve or deny the student’s request. If CENCOEX approves the payment, then CENCOEX will submit payment directly to Northeastern University using the wire transfer instructions provided by the Office of Student Financial Services in the original letter of expense. If a recipient/student has a zero balance for the current semester in which the funds are received then the wire transfer may be posted on the student’s account only if the student agrees to not request the refund. If student information is not included in the wire transfer text, we will be unable to identify the intended recipient of the wire.
- Review the list of CENCOEX approved majors
- Request CENCOEX letter from Student Financial Services in a timely fashion
- Email Student Accounts with CENCOEX in the subject line to request account protections until CENCOEX payment is received
- If CENCOEX payment is not received by original anticipated date, student must email Student Accounts to request an extension of protections
- For documentation for visa, including original acceptance letter, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office or ISSI with questions
- Other requirements as applicable (i.e.pick up letter, notify office of change, etc.)
Student Financial Services Responsibilities
- Process CENCOEX paperwork within 7-10 business days of receipt of request
- Inform student via email when CENCOEX paperwork is completed
- Notarize completed CENCOEX paperwork
- Protect accounts from hold and late fees, when requested to by student to Student Accounts email
- Post identifiable wire transfers in a timely fashion
CENCOEX Request Form (English)
CENCOEX Request Form (Spanish)
CENCOEX Enrollment Verification Request
CENCOEX Fall 2014 Sample Letter of Expense (English)
CENCOEX Fall 2014 Sample Letter of Expense (Spanish)
CENCOEX Sample Co-op Expense Letter (English)
CENCOEX Sample Co-op Expense Letter (Spanish)
In those situations where the tuition is paid directly to the university by a third party, the student must provide the Office of Student Accounts with a purchase order or a written statement of intent to pay by the third party no later than the end of the first week of classes. If there are stipulations associated with the payment agreement, such as a minimum grade level, then the student must either pay the university directly or enroll in one of the payment options.
Documentation can be provided via:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: 617.373.8222
- In-person: Student Financial Services, 354 Richards Hall
- Mail: Student Financial Services, Northeastern University, ATTN: Third Party Billing, 354 Richards Hall, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Many companies, embassies and agencies directly reimburse students for their educational expenses upon successful completion of courses. In these situations, the student is responsible for paying the bill at the beginning of the term or selecting another payment option. Tuition may not be left unpaid pending reimbursement by a third party.