Students are encouraged to register for summer courses early and pay their bills immediately; this helps reserve a spot in the courses they wish to take. Colleges and departments may cancel course offerings with low course enrollments.
Summer bills will be available to view online on April 24.
A student's summer bill reflects registration for all courses taken during any 2023 Summer session (i.e., First Summer, Second Summer, etc.) Payment for all summer classes is due May 10. This bill includes courses taken during First Summer, Second Summer, Minimester A, B, C, and D. Adding classes or changing the number of credit hours after the initial due date will affect students' bills. Payments for those changes are due immediately. If you registered for a summer class but no longer plan to attend, be sure to drop the course to avoid being billed. Students are responsible for all associated fees for courses they are registered in, regardless of attendance.
Payment Methods: Log in to iROAR to pay by:
- e-check at no additional charge
- Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express (a non-refundable service fee of 2.95% of your payment will be assessed for all credit card payments)
- Summer Payment Plan
Student Refunds: Refunds from excess financial aid or overpayments are generally processed once a week, beginning on the first day of class. eRefund is the preferred refund method, giving students faster access to funds. Refunds made by check are mailed to the home address. Sign up for eRefund in the 'My Bill' section of iROAR.