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Student Financial Services Office


Tuition and Fee Payment Deadline for Summer A & C, 2023 is 5 p.m. on Monday, May 22, 2023


Tuition and Fee Payment Deadline for only Summer B , 2023 is 5p.m. on Monday, July 3, 2023


Students who do not make their payment by the payment deadline run the risk of being administratively dropped for non-payment.

If charges remain on your account after the payment deadline, after the disbursement of financial aid, or if subsequent changes are made to your account, outstanding balances may be assessed a $100 late payment fee.  It is the student's responsibility to check their account frequently to ensure that it's paid in full.

NOTE: The office is open for check, cashier's check or money order payments; we are not accepting cash. Students can use the secure drop box outside the building (to the left of the main entrance) to place checks (please include ID and phone number). Do not place cash in the drop box; go to your bank or store to get a money order or cashier's check. 

How to View My UNF Bill


Payments can also be made online via myWings using an electronic check (no fee) or with a debit or credit card (2.75% convenience fee; 4.25% for international cards). Payments made online are reflected immediately on your student account (note: electronic checks take a few days to clear your personal bank account). 

If you choose to mail in your payment, please note that we cannot guarantee when it will be delivered by the US Post Office and we do not honor postmarks. Please include your ID and phone number on the check and mail to : UNF Controller's Office; 1 UNF Dr.; Jacksonville, FL. 32224. 


How to set up a UNF eRefund


  • Log into myWings and select My Bill
  • Click to enroll in eRefund and select Yes I want to enroll, click Continue
  • Provide banking information; all fields must be completed; click I agree to terms and then submit
  • Visit the UNF eRefunds page for additional instructions

Most students who have enrolled in direct deposit will see their refund deposited into their bank account the day after Student Financial Services processes refunds; if you have not enrolled, your refund may take up to 2 weeks to print and will be mailed (so be sure your address is correct).  If your bank account information is incorrect, your bank will return the funds to our bank and we will begin the refund process again on our next scheduled day to process refunds (Tuesdays and Thursdays).

Student Financial Services Office communicates with students via your UNF email account. Please check your UNF email at least weekly and do not forward to another email account (it may be viewed as spam and you may not receive it).

Important Dates to Remember
Date Item
January 19, 2023 Spring 2023 classes dropped for non-payment
January 27, 2023 Deadline to Late Add, Reinstate or Transfer into classes
May 5, 2023 Spring 2023 Term Ends
May 15, 2023 Summer 2023 Term Begins (A,C,8-wk,10-wk classes)
May 15, 2023 Add/Drop and Late Registration begins ($100 late fee) Summer 2023 (A, C, 8-week, 10-week classes)
May 17, 2023 State Employee Waivers Due (Summer 2023)
May 22, 2023 at 5:00pm Deadline to Pay/Pend/Defer Tuition & Fees 
May 29, 2023 Memorial Day, University is closed
June 19, 2023 Juneteenth - No Classes
June 23, 2023
Summer A Classes End
June 26, 2023 Summer B Classes Begin
July 3, 2023 at 5:00pm Deadline to Pay/Pend/Defer Tuition & Fees ( ONLY Summer B)
July 3, 2023 at 5:00pm EEP/TSP Summer B Waivers due
July 4, 2023 Independence Day Observed, University is closed
July 7, 2023 8-week Classes End
July 14, 2023  Deadline to Reinstate ( ONLY Summer B; fees apply)
July 21, 2023 10-week Classes End


 Student Forms

For questions or additional forms please contact the Student Financial Services Office using our online form.

  • What services and forms do you have available online?

    Payment Options via 'My Bill':

    • Pay with e-check (no convenience fee)
    • Pay with credit card (there is a 2.75 percent non-refundable convenience fee (4.25 percent for international credit cards))
    • Enroll and pay the payment plan (the system will calculate your initial payment, click on the Payment Plans tab). You must enroll by the reinstatement deadline. You will receive a $100 late payment fee if you enroll after the payment deadline.
    • Sign up for direct deposit; required for all refunds (eRefunds section)

    Via 'Student Records' and "Student Self-Service:

    Online Forms:

    • Click on Opt out of Florida Prepaid (valid for one semester only)
    • Complete a financial aid authorization form (for financial aid to pay miscellaneous charges)
    • File a fee petition
    • Opt out of electronic 1098T and request a paper form

    Student Accounts:

    • Click View Bill by Term or view your bill/statement in real time
    • Click Account Summary by Term to view a detailed list of all charges and payments made
    • Click Tax Statement- 1098T to view and/or print your 1098T tax statement for any year
  • What are some of your office policies that I need to know?
    • The Student Financial Services Office communicates with students via e-mail. Be sure to regularly check your UNF e-mail account. Please do not forward your UNF email to another email account; you may not receive important emails from us
    • The University of North Florida requires direct deposit for all refunds--enroll via myWings,then click "My Bill" and click "Enroll in eRefunds" in the eRefunds section
    • UNF does not mail tuition statements; students need to check myWings, then click Student Self-Service, Student Accounts, then View Bill by Term
    • Dropping or adding a course requires an overnight process to update your Florida Prepaid & Bright Futures award to the correct amount
    • Students should go to myWings to check on their account, financial aid status, holds, obtain their 1098T form, etc.
    • Your refund may be delayed if you have not enrolled in direct deposit or have unpaid miscellaneous charges and have not completed a financial aid authorization form
    • Financial aid does not begin disbursing aid until the third week of the semester; the Student Financial Services Office will begin processing refunds later that same week. You will receive an e-mail notification the day before your money will be deposited into your bank account
    • Bright Futures and other financial aid reversals need to be paid within seven days from the date the reversal is posted to your student account to avoid a $100 late payment fee
    • Failure to pay your bill by the deadline may generate a $100 late payment fee and you may be administratively dropped from classes for non-payment
    • Drop all classes you do not want to take during drop/add to avoid fee liability (including wait-listed classes)
    • Holds are NOT removed immediately once payment is made; the process runs three times daily
    • You can upload third-party authorization or waiver forms online (go to Student Self-Service, Online Forms, Third Party Authorization/Waiver Upload) to avoid waiting in line
    • If your check/e-check payment for tuition is returned and restitution is not made by the payment deadline, you will incur a $100 late payment fee
    • The Student Financial Services Office provides tips and a course on financial literacy--check it out by clicking on "Financial Literacy" under the Student Financial Services Office Quick Links
  • What are your office hours, contact information and where are you located?

    The Student Financial Services Office is located at Hicks Hall, Building 53, Suite 1100


    *Hours may vary during add/drop and other peak times


    For questions or concerns, please contact us.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Student Financial Services Office is to provide for accurate receipting, depositing and recording the collection of all University monies and the prompt payment of fee refunds and financial aid disbursements. We proudly serve you as a helpful member of the University community devoting our full attention to your financial needs and issues.


    UNF, a nationally ranked university located on an environmentally beautiful campus, offers students who are dedicated to enriching the lives of others the opportunity to build their own futures through a well-rounded education.


    Margaret Partyka, Bursar