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NU Pay Portal

Newman University's one stop payment shop for students and authorized users. Set up a payment plan, make a one-time payment, view your online statement, sign up for eRefunds, etc...

Enter the NU Pay Portal


Statements post monthly to your NUPay account. Email notifications are sent out to your NU email address when statements are available. 

Make a one-time payment 

Login to your NUPay account to a make a one-time payment to your NU account.

Payment Plans

Cost to Participate
  • $35 non-refundable enrollment fee per plan is paid at sign-up.
Payment Methods
  • eCheck (electronic check processed online)
    • Select eCheck as your payment method for no additional fees.
  • Credit or Debit card 
    • A 2.75% non-refundable convenience fee applies to each payment made by debit or credit card.
  • International payment option available for international students
Managing Your Payment Plan

Autopay monthly installments are processed on the 15th of each month using the payment method you select. Emails remind you upcoming payments. Each plan has an end date, so the earlier you enroll, the more installments you will receive. 

Missed Payment Fee

Should an ACH or credit card payment be missed, a $30 missed payment fee will automatically be assessed to your account and your missed payment from the 15th will be reattempted. 


When you sign up for eRefunds in NU Pay, you designate the personal U.S. checking or savings account where you want your student refunds to go. With eRefunds, your money will be available in your bank account within 2-3 business days, and address changes won’t delay your refund. This is especially important if you live on campus or away from home.

To sign up, please login to your NU Pay account and click on the eRefunds tab to enroll your account online. 

*We currently do not have eRefunds available for Parent Plus Loan borrowers. All parent borrowers will receive a paper check via the mail. 


 Newman University reserves the right to withhold transcripts and future registration from students who are in debt to the institution.