When We Bill You

  • The student will receive two statements of account during each semester.  Tuition Statements will be mailed to your permanent address.  You will receive the Fall statement in July and the Spring statement in December.  Your tuition will be due by the Due Date printed on the bill. 

  • You will also receive a final statement for each academic term if you have a balance due. The final statement will indicate the financial aid you have received and any balance that is remaining. Fall semester bills will be mailed in November and Spring semester bills will be mailed in April.

  • Failure to pay the amount due by the due date will result in a Late Payment fee of $100.00.

  • Bills are sent to the student’s permanent address on file with the Records and Registration Office. It is the student’s responsibility to keep this address current. If a student does not receive a bill, they should contact the Office of Student Accounts before the first day of class.

  • If the bill has a zero or credit balance, the student still needs to confirm his/her intention to attend classes by signing and returning the Promissory Note (Promissory-Note-Acknowledgement-of-Tuition-Payment-Policies.pdf) included with the Account Statement. This is returned to the Office of Student Accounts.

  • All on-campus Residents must have the bill settled no later than 8/27/15 If your bill is not settled, your meal plan will be interrupted and a late fee of $100.00 will be added to your bill.  Settling the tuition bill consists of: Promissory Note signed, Payment Plan signed and the first payment paid, or Payment in Full.

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That’s the best way to really get a feel for what Daemen is all about! Daemen is located in suburban Amherst, New York just minutes away from the city of Buffalo. To schedule a weekday individual interview and tour the campus, email us admissions@daemen.edu or call 800.462.7652.

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