Paying Your Bill

Paper tuition bills are mailed to the student’s home address listed in Banner throughout the school year. If you have a question regarding your bill, or need another copy, please contact the Bursar’s office.

Payments can be made online, in person at Lyme or UNH, or via mail.


Cash payments may be made in the Bursar’s Office at Lyme or UNH.


Checks should be made payable to Lyme at UNH and can be mailed to:
The University of New Haven
Bursar’s Office
300 Boston Post Road
West Haven, CT 06516

Online Payments

Online Payments can be made with a debit card, a credit card, or ACH (auto debit from your checking account). The College accepts MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and American Express. Credit card payments should be made online using the following link:

Monthly Payment Plan

The College offers an interest-free monthly payment plan to full time matriculated students. The payment plan is available each semester and there is a $50 administrative fee assessed for each term in which you enroll. Enrollment for the fall must be in place by August 12, 2016.  Please contact the Bursar’s Office if you are interested in enrolling.

Financial Responsibility

Failure to receive a tuition bill or to secure financial aid in a timely manner does not relieve a student of responsibility for payment of tuition and fees by the due date. Students are expected to check their Lyme email on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with University-related communications. It is also the student’s responsibility to keep his/her mailing address up-to-date in Banner.
If payment is not received by the designated due date, you may be assessed a late fee each month equal to 1% of your unpaid balance as well as have a financial hold placed on your record.  This hold will restrict you from scheduling/registering for future classes, requesting transcripts, and receiving your diploma. 

Additionally, in the event that an account remains delinquent, the College reserves the right to assign the account to a collection agency and/or report it to a national credit bureau. The student will be responsible for paying all associated collection costs and/or legal expenses.