Bills and Due Dates
Fall semester bills will be mailed the first week of July with a due date of August 9, 2013. Spring semester bills will be mailed the last week of November with a due date of January 3, 2014.
The $500 University Deposit is not deducted from the first semester's charges. The University Deposit will be held in reserve for possible future punitive charges posted to a student's account or unpaid balances upon graduation or withdrawal.
At the start of each academic year, the deposit will be replenished to the original amount. When the student graduates or withdraws from the University, any unused portion of the deposit will be refunded to the student. If a student decides not to enroll at Brandeis University, the deposit will be forfeited.
The University accepts payment for the semester balance in full by check, wire and cash through the Office of Student Financial Services.
We have partnered with Tuition Management Systems (TMS) to offer families the option to pay the balance online or over the phone using a credit card (MasterCard, Discover or American Express, fees apply) or using a checking or statement savings account.
TMS also offers a 10-month payment plan option. The payment plan allows families an interest-free option to spread their semester balance over five monthly payments each semester, for a small enrollment fee. Both TMS options can be accessed through Sage Self-Service.
The Brandeis Tuition Stabilization Plan (BTSP) is a payment plan designed to help the parents of Brandeis students plan, manage and afford the costs of a Brandeis education. By prepaying the entire undergraduate tuition, families eliminate future tuition increases and uncertainty about these increases.
We accept payment from private loan sources as well. Loan approval must be received prior to the due dates listed above. If you decide to use a private loan, you can use the TMS BorrowSmart loan comparison tool.
Students are encouraged to set up their bill payer as a Sage proxy, which allows a parent or friend direct access to their Sage student account.
Log into Sage Self Service. Select “Add or Delete Proxy” and provide the required information.