Acceptable Payment Methods:

Payment may be made using any combination of the payment methods listed below:

Cash, Check or Credit Card – Centenary University accepts Visa, MasterCard, and DiscoverCard. Payments made by Credit/Debit card will incur a 2.85% service fee. This fee is subject to change at any time. Payments and deposits may be made by logging into your self-service portal; click on “Student Finance”, then “Go to Payment Center”.

International Payments Centenary University has partnered with TransferMate to provide seamless international payments through your online student account.  Log into your self-service portal; click on “Student Finance”, then “Go to the Payment Center”.  Select “Make Payment” and choose “TransferMate” from the drop down menu and follow prompts.

Financial Aid – Financial aid should be in place before the payment deadline. Students can view their financial aid awards online by signing into their my.Centenary account and clicking on the “Financial Aid” box. Students should contact the Financial Aid Office with questions about their awards at

Tuition Payment Plan – A monthly tuition payment plan option is available. For information visit our Tuition Payment Plan page, or to enroll in the plan, please visit the Payment Center in Colleague Self-Service

Veterans/Active Military Benefits – For more information contact: Margie Pavlichko, Director of Veterans Services at

Employer Direct Payment (Part-time and Graduate Students only) – A letter of credit (LOC) from your employer is submitted to the Student Accounts Office prior to the start of the term.

Employer Reimbursement Deferred Program (Part-Time and Graduate Students only) – Must submit proof from manager/Human Resources department on company letterhead, that employer offers a tuition reimbursement program AND a deferred payment promissory note with a valid credit card prior to the start of the term.

For questions or additional information, please contact the Student Accounts Office at

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