Cashier’s Office

Billing and Payment Deadlines


Your bill will be viewable through MyUH services after you register. A tuition bill will not be mailed to you.

After you register, your tuition and fee total will appear in your account summary. To view your account summary, visit Student Payments and Financial Resources. Be aware that making changes in your schedule may affect the amount due, so check your account summary each time you make a change.

Starting in October 2019, University of Hawaiʻi students have a new system helping them keep track of their financial information. The new STAR E-bill will help students with their tuition and fees payments just as STAR GPS, guides them through their academic journey.

Once a month, students enrolled in the 10 campus system will receive an automated E-bill reminder of what they currently owe in tuition and fees.

Payment Deadlines

Summer 2020

Payment is due upon registration.

There is no installment payment plan for summer terms. The installment plan is available only for the fall and spring terms.

Fall 2020

Payment Due Date: August 20, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. (HST)

Receipt of payment or enrollment in the payment plan on or before the payment due date is required. Always verify the tuition and fee charges on your account.

Financial aid recipients should follow financial aid award information.

If you do not plan to attend classes, please drop all of your courses before August 24, 2020 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 Registration Payment Policies by Campus to view payment and refund dates for each campus.

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 Hawaiʻi incurs in the collection of unpaid balances.

The University reserves the right to change or delete, supplement or otherwise amend at any time and without prior notice the information, requirements and policies contained in this document.