Financial Services - Student Accounts

Student Accounts

Billing Information

All current students have access to view semester invoices and monthly billing statements online through CUWeb. Parents, or other third parties, who need to view your bill must be established as an authorized third party on your account. An email message will be sent to the student's Clark email and the email address entered for third party authorizations whenever an e-Bill is available to be viewed.

Spring 2019 Billing Due Dates
Spring 2019 UG
Statements Available November 12, 2018
Due date December 12, 2018
1st late fees assessed/Holds added December 19, 2018
2nd late fee assessed January 4, 2019
Classes begin January 14, 2019
Spring 2019 Grad/SPS/SED
FT grad statements available November 26, 2018
FT grad due date December 19, 2018
FT grad late fees assessed/holds added January 4, 2019
SED, PT Grad, Non-Matrics grad due date January 8, 2019
Drop classes SED/PT grad January 11, 2019
Classes begin January 14, 2019


Graduate Student Billing

Every graduate student should view their student account in CU Web (link).

Students in Full-time Programs Fall/Spring Billing

Students in full-time graduate programs will receive electronic bills (e-bills) every fall and spring semester, Students will be billed based upon course units.

  • Students not yet registered or registered for less than 3 course units

The e -bill will include fees, tuition remission and other fellowship awards based on a minimum expected 3 units of registration for students in full-time programs. If a student later registers for more than 3 units, additional charges will be assessed.  The student is responsible for viewing their account in CU Web – or Cashnet (link) and settling any account balance. 

  • Students registered for 3 or more course units

If a student registers for 3 or more units prior to e-bills being sent, the bill will reflect tuition charges for current registered course units, fees, tuition remission and other fellowship awards.  If a student later adds additional course unit(s) above 3, additional charges will be assessed.  The student is responsible for viewing their account in CU Web – or Cashnet (link) and settling any account balance.

  • Full-time students enrolled in less than 3 units in their final semester see final bullet in General Billing information.

Students in Part-time Programs Billing

Part-time students receive an email to their Clark email account with instructions to view their student account in Cashnet (link) and settle their account by a due date specified in the email.  Charges for spring 2019 will be assessed on November 26, 2018 if registered for classes and thereafter upon registration.  The Part-time student billing due date for spring 2019 will be January 8, 2019.   Part-time students who register after January 8, 2019 will be expected to settle their account balance 48 hours after registering.

CUWEB or Cashnet will reflect tuition charges for current registered course units, fees, tuition remission and other fellowship awards.  If a student later adds additional course unit(s) additional charges will be assessed.  The student is responsible for viewing their account in CU Web – or Cashnet (link) and settling any account balance.

General Billing Information for ALL Graduate Students

  • It is important for a student who plans to finish their degree at the end of any given semester to complete the Application for Degree in CUWeb by a pre-determined date established by the Registrar’s office.  The Registrar’s Office will email students the application and instructions to their Clark email. If a student does not complete the Application for a Degree and is registered for less than 3.0 units, charges will not be adjusted until the Application for a Degree is completed and Student Accounts has been notified.
  • Students who do not settle their accounts by the pre-determined due date each semester will receive an email notifying them a hold will be placed on their record.  This hold will prevent students from making adjustments (e.g., adding, dropping) to their registration; viewing their online transcript; and requesting an official transcript.  Students will also be at risk of financial withdrawal and/or having their registration cancelled.
  • Students will be assessed a late payment fee up to $200 if they have not settled their account by the due date.
  • During add/drop, students will be able to make changes to their registration without financial penalty, as long as their account has been settled and there are no current holds on their records.
  • Any course withdrawals made after the end of the add/drop period will be subject to the Graduate refund policy.  Other changes made to the student’s schedule (e.g., late adds, changing unit value) after the add/drop period may result in additional charges and a late registration fee of $100.
  • The University offers graduate students the option of settling their financial obligations using a payment plan administered by Tuition Management Systems (TMS)  
  • Students planning to use financial aid to satisfy their financial obligation should submit necessary paperwork to the Financial Aid Office by the pre-determined date established by Financial Aid Office each semester.
  • Any graduate student (full-time or part-time) registering for a summer semester or term will receive an email with instructions to view charges in Cashnet and settle their account by a specified due date.

Late Fees/Interest

A late fee up to $200, as well as 1% interest per month, will be assessed to all accounts not paid by the bill due date.

Parents and Third Parties

If you are a parent or third party who has already been authorized, please click here to view or pay your student's bill.


To view e-Bills and/or authorize a parent or third party to view bills and/or make online payments:

  • Log into CU Web by entering your username and password at the ClarkYOU portal or at the following link:
  • Click on Registrar's Office, Student Account and Financial Aid
  • Click on Student Account
  • Choose Pay or View Bill Electronically
  • To view bills go to the Your Bills box in the upper right hand corner and click on View next to the corresponding bill date.
  • To authorize a third party click on Add New in the Parent or Third Party Authorization Box. Fill in the information and click ok.

Methods of Payment

Clark University accepts payment by cash, check, wire transfer (see instructions below), and online ACH (electronic payment from bank account) or credit card.

Cash payments can be made at the Cashier's Office located at 939 Main St., 3rd Floor, Room 318.

Check payments by mail can be sent to Clark University, Cashier's Office, 950 Main St., Worcester, MA 01610.

Online payments via ACH Check or Credit Card can be made by students via CU Web. Anyone other than the student must be authorized by the student to make online payments. To make an ACH payment (from a checking or savings account) you will need to enter your bank's routing (ABA) number and your bank account number. The amount of your payment will then be withdrawn from your bank account. Credit Card payments can only be made online. MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted and there is a 2.75% fee for credit card transactions.

Wire Transfer Instructions

International Students:
Clark University has partnered 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, as compared to traditional banks. All of your student information is captured by Flywire, so when your payment is receieved it will be properly credited to your account in a timely manner, You will also be notified via email when your payment is received by Clark University.

To initiate a payment, click here to enter the Flywire website.

For questions about your student account, please call Student Accounts using the chart below. The Student Accounts Office fax number is 508-793-7500. Each student is assigned a counselor based on their last name as follows:

Laura Maloney A-G 508-793-7721
Ashlynn Allain H-O 508-793-7483
Rachel White P-Z 508-793-7491