Billing & Payment
The Office of the Treasurer is here to assist with any questions or concerns you may have regarding billing and payment.
Make your Deposit
Have you been accepted to DeSales University? If you haven't done so already, please make your tuition deposit. Then, you'll be given access to MyDSU, your one-stop shop for all things DeSales.
You can also make your deposit in person at DeSales' Office of the Treasurer in Dooling Hall. Office Hours are M-F,
Call 610.282.1100, ext. 1343 for more information.
The University does not have a monthly payment plan of its own for payment of tuition fees and room and board. However, we do offer a payment plan option through an outside provider. This convenient monthly payment plan option can help you pay for all or part of your college expenses. You should have received a brochure with important information and deadlines for plan enrollment. For more information or to enroll please call 800.422.0010 or visit Higher Education Services (MPP/HES)
Important payment information for the Fall 2018 semester
Payment of your bill is due on or before Friday, August 3, 2018.
Payments received after August 3 will be charged a $75 late fee.
You should have received your bill via U.S. Mail.
Please use the Balance Reconciliation Form to make any adjustments to your bill for any approved aid or payment plans not be reflected on your bill. This net amount must be paid by the due date. All transactions are subject to review and audit and may change, as appropriate.
If your bill is paid by August 3, 2018, and you have completed the Loan Deferment Applicant Statement on the Balance Reconciliation Form, if applicable, you will be cleared by the Bursar’s Office to attend the Fall Semester.
If you have not cleared your account you must obtain Bursar’s Office approval in order to be cleared to begin classes. You will be assessed a $75 late payment fee and may be subject to de-registration from your classes.
If your account is not cleared upon arrival on campus, you may be subject to waiting in long lines at the residence halls or at the Bursar’s Office.
To expedite clearing your account, we stress that you make payment and clear your account by the August 3 date. Please contact the Bursar’s Office at 610.282.1100, ext. 1343, with any questions or concerns.
A refund of payments will be made to a student who withdraws honorably from DeSales University.
In all cases, the refund will be credited from the date the student completed the registrar’s official withdrawal process and will be based on the amount of time the student has spent at the University until the semester is 60% complete. At this time all applicable tuition—fees, room and board, and financial aid— shall be considered to be 100% earned. For example, if the length of the semester is 100 days, and the student withdraws after 30 days, 30% of all charges would be considered earned and a 70% refund of all charges will be applied. If the student withdraws after 75 days, all charges are considered 100% earned and a refund will not be applied.
When rooms are vacated voluntarily during the term, there will be no refund for the semester’s room and board for students who have not withdrawn from the University. If the vacating is involuntary, because of discipline or some other University-initiated reason, a pro-rata refund will be disbursed.
Please note: Students who have already received a refund of a credit balance may owe money to the University and/or to the Title IV financial aid programs in the case of withdrawal within the first 60% of the semester.
Transcripts will not be issued by DeSales University for any student who has an outstanding financial obligation.