Billing and Payment Deadlines

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Spring 2016


You will not be sent a bill. After you register, your tuition and fee total will appear in your account summary. To view your account summary, log in to the MyUH portal (, click on “View Charges/Make Payment” then click on “Click here to access Student Account Homepage.”  Be aware that making changes in your schedule may affect the amount due, so check your account summary each time you make a change.

Payment Deadlines


Payment deadline for early and regular registration is February 1, 2016.

***Note: The UH System Payment Deadline on December 11, 2015 does not apply to UH Hilo***

Payment must be RECEIVED or you must sign up for the payment plan by February 1, 2016Registration will not be automatically cancelled for non payment.  If payment is not received or you have not signed up for the payment plan by February 1, 2016, the University of Hawai‘i may place a financial hold on your student account until this obligation is paid in full.  Additionally, the University may deny you further registration and/or cancellation of registration, transcripts, diplomas and other University services.

If you do not plan to attend classes, please drop all of your courses by January 10, 2016 AND notify the Financial Aid Office, if you are a financial aid recipient. Failure to do so will make you liable for any charges incurred. You will be responsible for any financial aid that is disbursed to you.

Go to to view payment and refund dates for each campus.

Check with the campus offering the course for refund and withdrawal procedures.

If you registered or are enrolled:

Your payment deadline is:

On or after November 2, 2015

February 1, 2016

Last Day to Drop Classes with a 100 percent refund for UH Hilo is January 22, 2016.  Check with your home campus for the exact date.  You are responsible to pay for any classes for which you are registered, whether you attend or not.

By registering for classes, you agree that you are accepting financial responsibility for payment of charges for educational services. These charges may include but are not limited to tuition, student activity fees, course and other registration fees, room, meal plans, and collection costs that the University of Hawaii incurs in the collection of unpaid balances.