The Office of Student Accounts is the place to find information on:
- Student Billing
- Tuition and Fees
- Meal Plans
- Payment Collections
- Account Management
- Registration Cancellation
- Third Party Billing
For important due dates and deadlines, please view the academic calendar.
A complete rundown of academic expenses for attending AUM.
You can quickly estimate your tuition and fee total for next semester by using this calculation tool.
Current registered students can sign up for a simple, affordable installment payment plan to help manage educational expenses.
A billing method by which a sponsor will pay all or part of a student’s tuition and fees each semester and requests the University to send them an invoice for the student’s balance.
Find out if you are entitled to receive a refund and what you need to do to receive it.
All billing statements for currently enrolled students are issued by e-bill only. A notification is sent to the student's university e-mail box when a statement is issued, and the statement can be viewed in Web Pay via MyAUM.
If you are late paying your tuition and fees, you risk having your registration cancelled. View the Registration Cancellation Policy for more details.
AUM has a mandatory meal plan for all full time undergraduate students. On-campus residents have a $600 per term meal plan, and off-campus residents have a $100 per term meal plan.
Financial Literacy Education Resources
Looking for help managing your personal finances? CashCourse is your guide to making informed financial choices. Get prepared for whatever life has in store. Register for a free account and take charge of your money at CashCourse. This site is maintained by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) and provides valuable information on financial literacy topics including budgeting, credit card debt, and financial calculators.
Every January AUM provides IRS Form 1098-T to all eligible students who were billed charges during the previous year.
Still have questions? Contact us.