Acceptable Methods of Payment

  • Cash
  • Personal check, cashier’s check or money order made payable to Notre Dame of Maryland University
  • VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit card payments are accepted at ND Express, the Business Office, and by phone: 410-532-5744.*
  • Online: VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or electronic check.*

*Note: Credit and debit card payments will include a 2.5% processing fee.

Monthly Tuition Payment Plan

The tuition payment plan enables students to register and make monthly payments during the year against their outstanding balance.

Plan Options

Payment Methods

  • Debit or Card (VISA, Discover, MasterCard, American Express)
  • Direct Debit from Checking or Savings

Note: There is a convenience fee of 2.5% for all credit card payments.

How to Sign Up

Enrolling online is simple, secure and easy. The payment plan can accommodate down payments and monthly payments.

  • Fall Balance Plan - Last Accepted Payment Date is 9/24/2018
  • Spring Balance Plan - Last Accepted Payment Date is 3/22/2019
  • Balance Plan (Full Time & Accelerated)
    Full Time Last Accepted Payment Date is 3/22/2019
    Accelerated Last Accepted Payment Date is 5/22/2019
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Tuition payment plan information is also available in the business office and registrar's office.

Employer Tuition Remission Payment Plan

The Employer Tuition Remission Payment Plan enables students to register and partially defer tuition. At the time of registration, all fees and 15 percent of total tuition is due. The balance of tuition is payable 60 days after the last class of each semester.

How to Sign Up

The Employer Tuition Remission Payment Plan Form (PDF) includes full details and requirements, and must be completed prior to registration.

Financial Aid

If you are receiving tuition remission/reimbursement from your employer and are also planning on using financial aid, you MUST notify the office of financial aid about upcoming reimbursements promptly to avoid reductions in aid.

Employer Bill Authorization

Either an employer authorization form or a letter signed by the appropriate official on company letterhead must accompany the registration. Employers must provide detailed information related to their tuition assistance, e.g. total dollars supported, total credits supported, specific courses, etc.

Tuition assistance plans that are contingent upon grades will not be administered by the University. Submittal of an employer authorization form or letter will constitute authorization to pay.


Employers will be billed after the official Drop/Add Period and payments are due in 30 days.

Pay Your Bill Online

  1. Go to and select WebAdvisor.
  2. Log in to your account.
  3. Choose from the following options in WebAdvisor:
    • Pay on My Account (Make payments by term)
    • Account Summary by Term (View account balance by term)
    • Account Statement (View account for past 365 days)

When you review your account, you will see your true account balance. Online payments post immediately and registration changes are reflected immediately as well.

Returned Checks & Overdue Payments

Please note: There is a penalty for returned checks and for overdue payments. The University reserves the right to drop from classes, without prior notice, students who do not pay their billed tuition by the due date.

Nonpayment is not a valid means of withdrawing from classes.

  • If the College exercises its right to drop a student for nonpayment, the student must re-register for the courses.
  • Payment of the outstanding tuition does not constitute re-registration and does not ensure the student a seat in any class. The student may re-register for a class, on a first-come, first-served basis until the first day of class. Space in class will not be reserved. Only those courses still open will be available to students who are re-registering.
  • In order to re-register, the student must submit a new registration form, payment of the $130 registration/technology fee (for part-time students in the Women’s College and CAUS), and full tuition payment.