If you are experiencing difficulties meeting the August 3rd billing deadline, the Office of Student Accounts is able to provide flexibility and assist you with making arrangements. If you have questions, please contact our office at 617-824-8655 or bills [at] emerson.edu. We are here to assist students and families in any way possible.

Tuition Due Dates

  • Fall tuition bills are due August 3
  • Spring tuition bills are due December 16

Payment in full, or a satisfactory payment arrangement must be in place by the due date in order to secure course registration. Student account balance information is available 24/7 by viewing the Student Account online.

Questions can be emailed to bills [at] emerson.edu or you are welcome to call the Office of Student Accounts at 617-824-8655.

Dates & Deadlines

Here is a timeline of items related to your financial responsibilities. Items with an actual date have an official deadline. Those with the month are a general time frame of when you should be completing the item.

Tuition Payment Plan & Other Payment Methods

Take advantage of our Tuition Payment Plan! Payments can also be made to Emerson College via mail, in person, online, or wire transfer.

Refunds

Any student with an actual credit balance/overpayment on his or her student account is eligible to request a refund. Here you will find instructions on how to request a refund, how to set up a direct deposit, and how to appeal financial cost of attendance.

Health Insurance Waivers

All students enrolled at least 75 percent of full time, who are not enrolled solely in short term courses or an online program, are required by law to be covered by health insurance. Therefore, students required to have insurance are automatically enrolled in and billed for the Emerson Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP).

Past Due Accounts

When students leave Emerson College with an open balance, their account becomes delinquent. Former students who have open balances are not eligible to re-enroll or receive academic transcripts until their balances, including all finance charges and collection fees, are paid in full.