Fall 2022 and Spring 2023
|Fee Type||Tuition Rate|
|Non-matriculated (visiting) students||$1,890 per credit hour|
|Audit Fee||$196 per credit hour|
|Discount Type||Discount Rate|
|Alumni or senior citizens (age 60+)|
|Courses taken for credit||$250 off the course total|
|Courses taken as audit||$100 off the course total|
|Senior citizens (age 60+) who are also alumni|
|Courses taken for credit||$500 off the course total|
|Courses taken as audit||$200 off the course total|
Payment for your courses is due 16 days after your successful course registration or one week prior to the start of the class—whichever date occurs first. If payment is not received no later than one week prior to the first day of class, you will be deregistered.
How to Pay Your Tuition Bill
You can pay your tuition bill online through UR Student using a funds transfer or debit or credit card, or by mail. For more information on international payments, visit the Bursar's website.
View this PDF tutorial to view and pay your bill through UR Student. Payments made by a third party (parent, guardian, etc.) should use the 3rd Party Login to access this online payment option. You will first need to set up third party access to your UR Student account before this payment option can be utilized. Learn how to do so through this tutorial (PDF or video).
Checks or money orders should be made payable to University of Rochester and your student ID# should be noted on the check. Payment must be in US dollars, and drawn on a US bank. Postdated checks submitted cannot be held for deposit. A returned check charge of $20.00 will be charged when a check presented in payment of a student’s account is not honored by the bank.
Payments sent via U.S. Mail or Express Service should be addressed to:
University of Rochester
Office of the Bursar
330 Meliora Hall
PO Box 270037
Rochester, NY 14627
Tuition for UR Employees
University of Rochester may be eligible for special tuition discounts or benefits on UR courses they take as non-matriculated students. Learn more on our Employees page.
University employees interested in receiving a tuition benefit should visit the Tuition Benefits page for complete details regarding eligibility requirements and available benefits. Once an employee tuition benefit for a course is approved by Office of Total Rewards, it is credited to your student account’s balance. Please note: University of Rochester employee tuition benefits are not available to use for auditing classes.
The process for requesting tuition benefits must be completed each semester. Your tuition benefits are contingent upon your successful completion of the course and continuation of eligibility for tuition benefits, based on employment status with the University. If these criteria are not met, you will be responsible for payment of the course and any related fees. Additionally, your approved tuition benefit waiver is only for the courses listed. Any change in courses listed (add, drop, or withdrawal) will result in you being responsible for payment of the course and any related fees. For questions or additional information, contact the Office of Total Rewards at (585) 275-0476 or email@example.com.
Non-matriculated (or visiting) students are not eligible to receive University, federal, or state funding for continuing studies courses, as you are not currently enrolled in a degree-seeking program at the University of Rochester. The only available type of aid available to you are alternative educational loans. We recommend that you speak with a financial aid counselor first before pursuing alternative educational loans.
If you are dropping or withdrawing from a course, you may only be refunded a portion of the tuition paid. Please note that academic deadlines differ from the tuition refund schedule. View the tuition refund schedule for deadlines.