The university will send you a bill (via email) once you have enrolled in classes or accrued any fees. There are several different ways to make payment to the university. Check the deadline calendar for payment due dates.
You can pay your tuition and fees by check at any NAU campus .
Checks can be mailed to:
NAU Student and Departmental Account Services
PO Box 4096
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-4096
Include the Student ID Number on the check and indicate the term for which you are paying.
Log into LOUIE to pay by credit card, debit card, or eCheck.
NAU accepts MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express and Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) cards. Visa cards are NOT accepted for payment of tuition and student account receivable charges.
There will be a convenience fee charge of 2.75 percent for all credit card and debit card payments. The convenience fee is not refundable, even if the related payment to the university is refunded. Go to Credit Card Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
eChecks will be accepted for tuition and student account receivable charges when payment is made through LOUIE. No convenience fee will be charged for eCheck payments.
Northern Arizona University’s payment plan option lets you pay fall, spring and summer tuition in interest-free installments.
Fall and Spring: $85 non-refundable fee to self-enroll. Students who have not paid their tuition and fees by the deadline will automatically be placed on a payment plan and charged a $125 nonrefundable fee.
Summer: $50 non-refundable fee to self-enroll.
Students who have not paid their tuition and fees by the deadline will be dropped.
Enroll in the Payment Plan
If your tuition and fees will be paid by an outside agency or by your employer, they can be billed directly. Simply:
- Work with your employer to meet their process/requirements - be sure to clarify if they will pay for all classes, specific classes, books etc.
- Work with your NAU advisor to enroll in the classes you'll need.
- Once enrolled, work with the Extended Campus staff at 800-426-8315 to arrange for billing. Normally, your employer will generate a purchase order and provide that to the institution.
If for any reason your employer does not make payment, you will be held responsible for any outstanding payment.