Business and Finance
Student Financial Services
Location: Bayboro Hall (BAY) Room 132
Phone: (727) 873-4107
Lobby Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Customer Service department: email@example.com or (813) 974-6056
All USF Student Financial Services offices are cashless! We no longer accept physical payments in our offices.
For additional information about payment options and general information related to the Student Financial Services offices, please visit the Cashier FAQ.
TUITION AND PAYMENTS
- Cost of current tuition
- Access your fee schedule on the OASIS web registration information page
- Tuition Waivers
- Line Item Pay
- International Payments
- Third Party Payments
Please note: Students will not receive a tuition bill in the mail. Monitor your online student
account to ensure all payments are reflected.
To avoid receiving a $100 late payment fee and possible cancellation of registration with an additional $100 late registration fee please pay by the deadline dates. View payment deadline schedule.
FLORIDA PREPAID COLLEGE PROGRAM
Students who participate in the Florida Prepaid College Program are responsible for the local portion of fees. Please check our FAQ document for
St. Petersburg Courses FLPP rate PDF
E-Check (recommended) – check payments can be made in OASIS by entering the routing and account number from your checking account. Benefits: There
is no additional cost to pay using this method and payments post immediately.
Credit Card – MasterCard, American Express, and Discover credit card payments can be made in OASIS. A 2.5% convenience fee will be charged.
Mailed Check/Money Order/Scholarship Check – Checks and money orders (with student ID included) can be mailed to the address below. Please allow sufficient time for the checks to be received before the bill due date:
University of South Florida
PO Box 946571
Atlanta, GA 30394-6571
TUITION AND FEE PAYMENTS BY BANK CARD MUST BE MADE ON THE WEB AT:
Students: USF Central Authentication Login
Parents, Spouses, Guardians, etc.: Authorized Users Login
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
Under the provisions of The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) in most cases, we cannot release financial information about students to any third party. This act prohibits us from discussing your financial status with family members and financial institutions. Parents can obtain financial information with the consent of their son/daughter by accessing OASIS.