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Payment Options

Queens offers multiple payment options to give you flexibility in handling your financial obligations on time.

Payment Due Dates

  • Fall – August 1
  • Spring – January 6
  • Summer – May 1

For any student enrolling after the payment due date, payment is due upon registration. In order for your account to be considered in good standing, you must pay in full by the corresponding term due date or be set up on the payment plan.

Late Fees

The first late fee of $150 is issued two months after the payment deadline. Subsequent fees of $75 are assessed at the end of each month if your account is not in good standing. Students will be notified via their Queens email account before a late fee is placed to allow time to clear the outstanding balance.

Payment Options

Checks should be made out to Queens University of Charlotte, with the Student ID number in the memo line. On a 529 check, be sure it says FBO (for the benefit of) if the students name is listed on the check. Checks can be delivered in-person or mailed to:

Queens University of Charlotte
Student Financial Services – Jernigan 111
1900 Selwyn Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28274

    1. Log into MyAccount.

    1. Navigate to ‘Student Accounts’, then ‘Payment Portal’.

    1. Select ‘Make a Payment’.

    1. Enter the payment amount in the Payment Amount field.

    1. Select ‘Add to Payment’ and ‘Continue’.

    1. Follow prompts to complete payment. You will receive a Transaction Approved message once payment is completed.

Queens accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and E-Check (ACH)* tuition payments.

There is a 2.95% convenience fee for credit card and debit card payments. There is a 4.75% convenience fee for non-US credit and debit card payments.

*There is a $0.50 convenience fee per E-Check (ACH) payment. Credit card cash advance checks, savings accounts, brokerage account checks and home equity line of credit checks are not accepted as E-Check (ACH) payments.

Paying Online & Payment Plans

Queens has partnered with Transact, a third-party vendor (formerly CashNet), to provide students with an easy way to create and manage a payment plan. Payment plans allow you to pay your tuition and fees over time, in smaller, monthly installments.

  • Avoid the high interest rates that come with a traditional loan, with just one low fee at the time of enrollment.
  • Set up a plan to cover your entire bill, or just the balance left after financial aid.
  • Invite a parent or relative to contribute to your plan.
  • Simple enrollment process, right within your student portal.
  • Convenient electronic payments – just set it and forget it!
  • 24/7 online account access to review payments and balances.

How to Make a Payment

  1. Complete How to Enroll Steps 1-3.
  2. Select ‘Make a Payment’ from the left navigation menu.
  3. Check the item box(es) of the item(s) you want to pay.
  4. Select ‘Checkout’ and follow the steps to complete the payment, including selecting a payment method.

How to Enroll

  1. Log into your Queens MyAccount.
  2. Select ‘Student Accounts’ from the left navigation menu.
  3. Select ‘Payment Portal’ under My Account Info on the right side of the screen. This will take you to Transact.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete enrollment.

Payment Plan Important Dates

Only charges for the current term can be paid on a payment plan. The student must set up the payment plans each term.

Four-Month Payment Plan (per term) – Fall & Spring

  • Fall Auto Draft Dates: August 1, September 1, October 1, November 1
  • Spring Auto Draft Dates: January 1, February 1, March 1, April 1

Three-Month Payment Plan (per term) – Summer only

  • Summer Auto Draft Dates: May 1, June 1, July 1

Need Help?

Transact has a great knowledge base with answers to questions and helpful instructions.

Parent PINs

Parents planning to manage their student’s payment plan are encouraged to create an individual login/PIN.

Tuition Deferment Plan

The tuition deferment plan is for students whose employers reimburse tuition expenses at the end of the semester. Students must set up this payment plan each semester.


More Information

For more information or questions, please contact the Office of Student Accounts (, 704-337-2225).