Payment by E-Check (Electronic Fund Transfer)
Students may pay their bill with an e-check, which electronically debits a checking or savings account, online via CUNYfirst. No fee is charged for an e-check transaction. For detailed instructions on how to pay by e-check, review our FAQ’s or the Bursar Information Letter.
Payment by Credit Card
All credit card payments (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover) are processed through CUNYfirst. When your credit card payment is processed, a nonrefundable service fee of 2.65% will be charged to your account in addition to your payment.
No credit card payments are accepted by fax, mail, telephone, or at our Bursar’s Office window. If you are paying for any non-instructional fees such as readmission fees, application fees, or decals, etc., you cannot use a credit card at this time.
By Mail – Checks/Money Orders Only
For expedited processing of check payments, please use the eCheck payment option. Your payment will be visible on your account in real-time.
If mailing a check or money order, make payable to Queens College and be sure to write your student ID number on the payment. Payments should be mailed to:
Attn: Bursar’s Office
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Queens, NY 11367-1597
Prepaid Debit Card – Alternative for Cash Only Payments
Students may pay their bill using a prepaid debit card electronically online via CUNYfirst. There are several prepaid debit card options, many do not charge any activation or online fees and most can be conveniently obtained from stores in your neighborhood. Please research online to determine which prepaid card will meet your need. Note: When processing payment to the college in this manner, a non-refundable service fee of 2.65% will be charged, in addition to your payment.
Nelnet Payment Plan
Students interested in a monthly payment plan may enroll in the Nelnet Payment Plan through their CUNYfirst Self-Service Center. Payment plans are available for Spring, Summer, and Fall terms. The enrollment fee is $25 per term. If paying by credit/debit card, a non-refundable service fee of 2.65% will be charged to your account in addition to your payment. For the most up to date information about enrollment and payment dates, visit mycollegepaymentplan.com/cuny. Queens College is a 15 week school.
Note: The payment plan will consider any prior term balances on your student account.
For detailed instructions on how to enroll in a payment plan, review our FAQ’s, the Bursar Information Letter.
529 College Savings Plan
Request the disbursement be direct deposited to your bank account, then pay Queens College via e-check online by the student’s due date
Note: Withdrawals from the 529 account must match payment for qualifying expenses within the same tax year.
Employer and/or Third Party Paying Bill
The student’s voucher or official employer authorization letter must be submitted, via email, immediately upon receipt and/or before the due date of the student’s bill.
The student’s award letter must be submitted, via email, immediately upon receipt and/or before the due date of the student’s bill.
The respective college department will inform the Financial Aid Office of the student’s award. The Financial Aid Office will post the award to the student’s account.
Federal and State Financial Aid/Loans
– Students must apply early so that awards are reflected on their student account by their due date.
– Any financial aid appearing on the student account is ESTIMATED and subject to change.
– Financial Aid will not appear on the student account unless all instructions outlined in the student’s award letter are followed and all requested documents are submitted.
– Students must check and complete all items on their To Do List in their Self-Service Center on CUNYfirst.
– If the financial aid payment does not fully cover the student’s balance, the student is responsible for paying the difference by their due date.
– If the financial aid the student expected is not posted to the bill, the student must resolve any issues with the Financial Aid Office before the bill due date.
– Changes in the student’s semester enrollment can result in reduced or revoked financial aid, making the student responsible for paying any remaining balance on their bill.
– If the student becomes ineligible early for all aid originally posted to the bill and made no payment, the student’s registration may be canceled for non-payment.
– Some aid programs require a Declaration of Major form be filed in order for a student to continue to receive aid. Students completing the form must get departmental signatures, then submit it to the One Stop Service Center no later than the end of the first three weeks of the semester for which it needs to be effective.
– Visit the Financial Aid website for additional information.