Due Dates and Payment Options
All tuition and fees are due 10 days prior to the first day of class
- Summer A & C 2013 - April 29, 2013
- Summer B 2013 - June 17, 2013
- Fall 2013 - August 16, 2013
After the payment deadline, any changes and/or additions to your registration, meal plan or housing that result in additional charges, must be paid immediately. Any unpaid balance may result in the loss of classes
A Financial Agreement and Disclosure must be on file (sent to all incoming freshmen) at the Student Accounting/Cashier's Office. The Financial Agreement and Disclosure designates to the University how you will be paying your tuition and fees. This agreement will remain on file until graduation or separation from the University.
We accept a variety of payment methods: cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and personal checks in U.S. funds. Pay by phone (credit cards only): 386-226-6285.
When paying by mail, please allow sufficient time for payments to be delivered. Returned checks are subject to a $50 service charge. (If the check was for tuition, re-payment is due within 48 hours to avoid cancellation of classes) Payments made by mail should be addressed to:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900
Paying for Flight
The University uses a cash basis payment method pay-as-you-go (PAYG). Under the PAYG system, the actual cost of services used will be calculated and paid for immediately following each flight, simulator or oral training session at Flight Operations. Methods of payment available to you include:
- Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
Also, if you have approved financial aid, you may use all aid in excess of tuition, fee and room and board costs to pay for training until the aid is credited to your account.
Plan ahead and get all of your finances in order to retain your class schedule. Your class schedule will only be held until the posted payment deadline.
We are here to help. Please contact the offices of Financial Aid and the Bursar to assess your responsibility. Be sure to talk to your financial aid counselor to get information about staying on track to meet your financial obligations.