When to Pay UAB Tuition and Fees

In order to make sure you have the best possible access to the classes you need to complete your degree on a timely schedule, students must adhere to the below payment deadlines. Students receiving need based financial aid, external funding (e.g. PACT, VA benefits, etc.), or scholarships will not be negatively impacted by this policy.

Payment deadlines are listed on official academic calendar.

The following payment timelines are in place at UAB:


Summer 2014

Session Billing Timeline Amount Due
Summer 14-Week Session 2014 Tuesday, May 13, 2014 50 percent of account balance due
Monday, July 7, 2014 Remainder of balance due
Summer May Session 2014 Tuesday, May 13, 2014 50 percent of account balance due
Monday, July 7, 2014 Remainder of balance due
Summer 10-Week Session 2014 Tuesday, June 10, 2014 50 percent of account balance due
Monday, July 7, 2014 Remainder of balance due
Summer A Session 2014 (7-Week) Tuesday, May 13, 2014 50 percent of account balance due
Monday, July 7, 2014 Remainder of balance due
Summer B Session 2014 (7-Week) Monday, July 7, 2014 Account balance due

A student’s balance due will be 50 percent of charges plus any outstanding balance less financial aid, educational assistance, or third-party payments.

The payment schedule changes will impact graduate and undergraduate students. It will not impact students in first professional programs in the schools of Medicine, Optometry, and Dentistry.

Fall 2014

Billing Timeline Amount Due
Date TBA 50 percent of account balance due
Date TBA Remainder of balance due

A student’s balance due will be 50 percent of charges plus any outstanding balance less financial aid, educational assistance, or third-party payments.

For Fall and Spring semesters, students who do not make the initial payment of 50 percent of their account balance by the deadline will be dropped from their courses for non-payment.

Students who initially register on or after [late registration date TBA], or who re-register after having their classes dropped for non-payment, will be assessed a $75 late registration fee.

The payment schedule changes will impact graduate and undergraduate students. It will not impact students in first professional programs in the schools of Medicine, Optometry, and Dentistry.

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