Student Financial Services
Billing Information
Financial Appeals Board
Financial Responsibilities
Payment Options
Company Reimbursement Program
Student Accounts FAQ's
Tax Information
Tuition & Fee Schedules
Withdrawal Policies

For More Information, Contact:

Student Financial Services
412-397-6260 Phone
412-397-2196 Fax
Revere Center 116

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:30 - 5:00

Billing Information

  1. Student Financial Services mails the registration invoice in the student's name to their permanent home address about three to four weeks prior to the billing due date. A bill will be sent to all students with a remaining balance at mid-month.
    1. Billing Date: The close of business on the 15th day of each month.
    2. Billing Period: The interval between the close of business on the 15th day of one month and the close of business on the 15th day of the following month.
    3. New Balance: The unpaid balance as of the Billing Date.

  2. The first billing statement will list anticipated charges and credits. The financial aid listed on the student's invoice is tentative. If your aid is revised or canceled, you will be billed at mid-month. If your financial aid is not approved, you must make payment of the minimum installment payment amount to protect your schedule.
    1. Awards are subject to change under State and Federal guidelines
    2. FFEL Loans appear on the invoices; accounts will be credited after eligibility is verified. You must be enrolled for a minimum of six credits to be eligible for loans.
    3. If you have not signed a Master Promissory Note, your loans will not be deducted from your invoice.

  3. The student will only receive one projected invoice. In the event you add or drop courses to your registration or changes in your financial aid occur, you will be responsible for the adjustments to your projected invoice. Current projected invoices can be viewed via eServices under the Financial section the Financial Status.

  4. The payment due date is approximately two weeks prior to the beginning of the term. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for the exact payment due date.

  5. Robert Morris University does not accept postdated checks or postmarks as proof of payment received. There is no grace period.

  6. If a housing contract has not been submitted, room and board charges will not appear. Please view your projected invoice at the RMU website upon submission of the housing contract for these charges.

  7. Current account information is available on eServices

Financial Responsibilities
  1. Financial clearance may be obtained through several Payment Options by the payment due date.

  2. If for any reason you will not be attending, you must drop the course(s) from your schedule prior to the first day of the term. Failure to drop the courses will result in a charge to your student account. Please remember that you are financially and academically responsible for your enrollment.

  3. A late registration fee (found under Financial Responsibilities) will be assessed for registrations not processed prior to the payment due date.

  1. The student account office will assess an NSF fee for any checks returned for non-sufficient funds. The University reserves the right to cancel registration paid for with an NSF.

  2. The student may be required to submit cash, certified check, or money order to replace a check that has been returned. A fee of $25 for each returned check will be billed to the student's account. If the student's account indicates a history of returned checks, the University may also require that future payments be made in cash, certified check, or money order.

  3. Students with outstanding account balances for a previous term will be denied registration for a future term. No diploma, grades, or transcripts will be released until all past due balances are paid in full.

  4. Robert Morris University reserves the right to file litigation proceedings upon receipts of the NSF notification.