You may wire funds directly to the University's bank account for the amount due on your student account.
As a security measure and in keeping with recommended banking practices, the University of North Florida is unable to accept wire transfer payments in excess of the balance due on an account. Overpayments received via wire transfer will be wired back to the originating account (sender). Where the intent is to provide a student with funds for personal expenses, those should be wired directly to the student's local bank account.
The amount wired should not exceed the balance due to the University on a student’s account. Wires sent must be on a per semester basis, as we are not able to hold these funds for longer than one term. This balance includes tuition and fees, room and board, and health insurance. Amounts for personal expenses should be wired directly to the student’s local bank account.
Funds in excess of the outstanding balance will be returned to the sender.
On the wire description please include:
- Student’s name,
- Student’s ID number (N#),
- Description: “tuition payment,” “balance on account,” “Fall Housing,” “Spring ELP”, etc.
If this information is not included the monies will be returned to the sender. Without this information it is difficult to determine the correct student to credit.
For further instruction regarding wiring funds for tuition and housing payments, please contact the Treasury Department:
Michael Neglia - 904-620-2923
Michelle Godoy - 904-620-2932
Angela Graham - 904-620-2946