Need to pay your non-refundable items like the $40 application fee, $100 undergrad enrollment deposit, $250 undergrad housing security deposit? Or wanting to pay your tuition or rent conveniently?

You can pay online with a Visa, Mastercard, Amex, or Discover credit card.

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Resources & Services

Full payment or an approved payment plan must be in place two weeks before the start of the semester. Fall athletes must have made full payment or the first payment of an approved payment plan before the start of Fall training.

You have 24-hour account access through Self-Service. Simply log in and navigate to the Finance tab and you will have the ability to see your account balance by semester, make a payment, or view statements.

We offer a variety of payment plan options to assist you with the payment of your student account. A payment plan can be set up with automatic payments to manage your student account balance. Please contact Student Accounts at (503) 251-5345 or email studentaccounts@multnomah.edu.

If you are utilizing one or both of these benefits, please contact the VA Representative at Multnomah University by calling (503) 251-5335.

If you would like to allow others to have access to your student account information, please fill out the FERPA form.

  • Check cashing up to $75.00
  • TriMet Reimbursements: 25%

Questions? Contact us!

Laurie Ortloff
Student Accounts Coordinator
laurieortloff@multnomah.edu
(503) 251-5345

Cyndi Wantz
Student Accounts
wantzc@multnomah.edu
(503) 251-5343

Pay by Mail

If you prefer to mail us your payments, please include your student ID number on the check or in the envelope with cash payments. Send your payment to:

Multnomah University
Attn: Business Office
8435 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97220

International Wire Transfer Payments

Multnomah University has partnered with peerTransfer to accept tuition payments for our international students. As an international student, through peerTransfer, you will receive excellent foreign exchange rates, you can pay in your national currency, and you will save a significant amount of money, as compared to traditional banks. An e-mail confirmation will be sent to you when your payment is received by USD.

Visit payschool.peertransfer.com/ to begin the payment process.

We also offer international wire transfer payment through TransferWise.

Support for Wire Transfers via FlyWire

Tax Information

Students who are enrolled half time or more during the tax year will receive a 1098-T form. The IRS requires all eligible educational institutions to create and file a 1098-T Form for each student that is enrolled in their institution during each calendar year. Multnomah University, in conjunction with ECSI, creates and files this form for each student. Multnomah University creates 1098-T’s based on qualified payments for tuition and fees and scholarships and grants received on your account during the calendar year.

You can sign up for the electronic receipt of your 1098-T through ECSI’s website. You must sign up here before December 31st in order to receive your 1098-T electronically.

All 1098-T’s will be mailed by January 31st. Your 1098-T will be mailed to your permanent address that is on file as of December 31st. If you have signed up for electronic submission through ECSI, you will receive an email from ECSI when your 1098-T is available.

If you have not received your 1098-T by January 31st, please contact Student Accounts at studentaccounts@multnomah.edu.

If your SSN is incorrect, please fill out the attached W-9S form. Email or drop off the form to Student Accounts and request an updated 1098-T form.

Refunds

Refunds occur when there is an excess of financial aid, over-payment, withdrawal from school, or a reduction of credit hours. You will be notified by email when the check is available for pickup.

Financial Aid

Refund checks will be available within 14 days after aid has been applied to your Student Account. A refund for withdrawal or reduction in credit hours will be made available once all paperwork has been completed and will be determined by the percentages below.

A complete withdrawal from the institution may necessitate a return of federal financial aid. Read our full policy on the return of Title IV fund calculations.