To make payments to the Student Accounting Office (SAO), the following methods of payment are available:
- Cash, check (electronic/paper) or money order.
- Charge cards (Mastercard, Discover, American Express and Visa)
Students must pay online if using a debit or credit card. Students may pay online by accessing their account information through TitanConnect. Please note the following changes:
A convenience fee of 2.75% will be added to all credit/debit payments. We will no longer be able to accept payments made over the phone. We are able to accept Mastercard, Discover, American Express and Visa. There will be no fee for payments made by check (paper or electronic) and cash. All credit/debit payments must be made online. Please follow the link below:
- Sign into your TitanConnect account
- Click on "TitanConnect Self-Service"
- Click on "Student"
- Click on "Student Account"
- Click on "Make a Payment"
Mail your payment in your own envelope to:
University of Detroit Mercy
Attn: Cashier, SAO
4001 W. McNichols Rd
Detroit, MI 48221
IMPORTANT to Note! - When mailing, remember to write your student account number on your check, and to allow at least 8 business days for the payment to be processed to your account.
Pay in person:
At the Student Accounting Office (Fisher Building, McNichols Campus, Room 40 Ground Level), our cashier can accept cash and check payments in person. All credit/debit payments must be made online.
Employer Paid Tuition
Third Party Billing - The University bills employers directly for the costs their employees incur. Contact the Human Resource or Personnel department at your place of employment to find out if your company offers this benefit. If so, the student must submit documentation prior to each term to the Student Accounting Office that clearly indicates who is to be billed for the tuition and fees. Employer vouchers should be submitted before the first day of the term.
Tuition Reimbursement - The University will allow students to register without a down payment if their employers offer tuition reimbursement benefits.
To take advantage of this plan, prior to the beginning of each term/semester the student must furnish a letter on the company's letterhead stating that the student is employed by the company and that the company will reimburse the tuition and fees incurred for that student. Payment is deferred up to 60 days after the end of the term. Students in the program cannot register owing more than one past term. Your letter can be faxed to 313-993-1414, Attn: C. Fletcher or scanned and emailed to email@example.com. Please include your student ID number on the letter
Michigan Trade Exchange
The University will accept Michigan Trade Exchange Dollars for tuition payment under the following circumstances:
- Payment is limited to one semester at a time.
- Trade Dollars are accepted for up to full time undergraduate tuition only.
- Select programs at capacity will be exempted from Trade Dollar participation.
- Residence Halls and meal plans are exempted from Trade Dollar participation.
To use Michigan Trade Exchange dollars you must contact Cheryl Styczynski at 313-993-1421 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pay the balance in full and avoid any additional fees.
- Your tuition may be deferred if you submit documentation which verifies that you are eligible for tuition reimbursement benefits from your employer.
- If you want to pay in installments you must enroll in our interest-free monthly payment option plan administered by Tuition Management Systems. For further information contact the Student Accounting Office, or you may contact Tuition Management Systems directly (see Monthly Payment Option below).
University of Detroit Mercy offers this payment option to help you afford your education expenses. You may enroll in the Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option, which allows you to maximize your savings and income by spreading your education expenses over interest-free monthly payments.
The Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option allows you to choose 10 or nine monthly payments if enrolling for the academic year, or five or four monthly payments if enrolling in a semester plan. These convenient options eliminate larger annual or semester payments. Your only cost is a $70 enrollment fee for the full year or a $50 fee for each semester. You will have toll-free access to knowledgeable and friendly education payment counselors six days a week and automated account access every hour of every day. Please note that credit/debit payments to TMS will be charged a 2.99% convenience fee.
University of Detroit Mercy offers these services in partnership with Tuition Management Systems, the nation’s number one-rated provider of education payment services.
If you would like to pay your education expenses monthly, use the Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option offered by our partner, Tuition Management Systems. The payment plan is available for a small enrollment fee and includes personal account service, automated account information 24 hours a day, access to your account through their web site, https://udmercy.afford.com/ and even gives you a chance to win one of eight annual $1,000 Tuition Management Systems Scholarships. Visit the Tuition Management Systems web site for more information on payment options, free education payment counseling and the many ways they can help you afford education.
Tuition Management Systems’ Education Payment Counselors are available any time between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday (EST) at 800-722-4867. From outside of the U.S. dial, 401-849-1550.
Students who have enrolled in classes but have not made a payment or payment arrangements by the payment due date will be notified of the University’s intention to withdraw them from classes. The due date is six business days before the first day of the term. This policy does not apply to those students who have received financial aid awards. Students who still have not made satisfactory arrangements by the end of final day of registration will be dropped from their classes.
Students who are withdrawn lose their enrollment in the classes they were registered for and must follow the normal add/drop policies to be re-registered into class. This requires obtaining instructor’s signature and advisor’s signature for open classes that have met or are closed and advisor’s signature for open classes during the add/drop week. A late registration fee will be also assessed for those re-registering.