Methods of Payment


Payment is due by the opening date of the semester.

*Payments received after the due date will be assessed one late fee in the amount of $200. Assessment of fees: one week after the start of the semester. A Registration Void will be run on the fourth week of classes for all students who have not paid their tuition.

You can make payment under "Registration and Grades", "Pay Your Tuition and Fees Online". You will have the option of paying by web check or credit card. Pace accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover/Novus. If you wish to pay in monthly installments, you must enroll through a Pace Payment Plan.

By Mail:
Payment may be made via check or money order. Please include your Student ID number. Please make your check or money order payable to Pace University and send to Pace University Law School Office of the Registrar/Bursar 78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY  10603.

In Person:
Payment may be made by check at Office of the Registrar/ Bursar on the first floor in Aloysia Hall during regular office hours.

Billing Information

Student billing dates are determined by the student registration date. Please note: Students are responsible for all charges, whether or not a University bill is received. Semester charges and payments/financial aid are available on line, through your MyPace Portal by choosing "Student's Records" in "Student's tab" and then "Account Summary".

When to expect your bill?:
Bills are mailed approximately four weeks before the scheduled payment due date. Students are encouraged to access their bill online via their MyPace Portal by choosing "Student's Records" in "Student's tab" and then "Account Summary".

Where is your bill sent?
Bills are e-mailed to the student’s Pace issued e-mail account.


Monthly Payment Plans:
Pace University offers monthly payment plans accessible through the MyPace Portal. These plans enable students or their families to pay monthly installments on their account toward tuition, fees, and housing. Many students and families find monthly installments more manageable than a single lump sum payment each semester. These interest-free payment plans are not loans; therefore, there are no credit checks. These plans are available for the fall and spring semesters in three, four, or five monthly installments. There is also a weekly plan option available for the summer terms.

All students are eligible to take advantage of these payment plans.  Please note there is a non-refundable enrollment fee each term, and students must re-enroll in a plan each semester. The link to the Payment Plans will detail payment due dates, type of payments accepted, (credit cards, web checks, ACH payments), as well as fees associated with late payments.

Authorized Users:
For students who wish to grant access to an “authorized” user, the portal will provide the option for students to send an invitation email to whomever the student “authorizes”.  The invitation will include access to the student account information and submit a payment on the student’s behalf.

Authorized User(s) click here for access/login to Pace Payment Plans:

Information regarding payment plans will be available soon

Please note: Payment Plans are only available online.

International Students:

Pace University is now a partner with FlyWire to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. With FlyWire, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money compared to traditional banks. You will also be able to track where your payment is in the transfer process via a student dashboard and an email confirmation will be sent to you when your payment is received by the school.

Full Payment

Full payment, less validated financial aid, is due on the opening date of the semester.

  • E-Check or credit payment through MyPace Portal at
  • Direct payment by check or money order to Pace Law School, Bursar’s Office, 78 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603.  Checks must be payable to Pace University.


If you filed a FAFSA and the Law School Financial Aid Office has received your information from the government, you should have received a Financial Aid Award notice.Each award is divided into Fall & Spring awards. Once you have completed all the required steps, scholarships, federal loans and grants will be applied directly to the cost of your education and deducted from your tuition payments.If they are not sufficient to cover full payment of the first semester, you can apply for the Graduate Plus Loan or a Private Educational Loan. You may also opt to use the University Payment Plan, with the understanding that you are responsible for the enrollment fee, and may use any remainder or other funds for the next payment.Refunds are permitted if an account is paid in full and a credit balance exists. If you are requesting Financial Aid for Summer, please complete the summer aid application available in the Financial Aid office or online at Financing Your Education under forms.

If you are seeking Federal loans and have not filed a FAFSA as of yet, you must apply online immediately at You may contact the Office of Student Assistance at (877) OSA-1830.

Students who fall below good standing (2.30 GPA) are not eligible for federal aid unless a waiver is granted by the Financial Aid Office.

If you are obtaining tuition benefits from your employer and those benefits are paid at the time grades are released, you will be responsible for paying your tuition obligation at the time of registration.Students are then reimbursed directly by their employer.


Full payment of tuition and fees is due on the first day of each new semester. If by the fourth week of school you have not completed making payment (other than students enrolled in the University Tuition Payment Plan), your registration will be voided. You must stop attending classes and you will not receive academic credit.

We will allow you to be reinstated only if you make full payment within one week of the void.