• Tuition Payment Details

     Tuition Due Dates 

     Information Regarding Hamline's E-Bill and E-Payment system

    Hamline University accepts a variety of payment methods:

    ONLINE via Piperline: Electronic Check  (no fee), American Express, Discover, VISA, and Mastercard (a non-refundable 2.75% convenience fee will be assessed)

    MAIL: Checks or money orders may be mailed to the following address (make sure to include your Hamline ID on the memo line):
                Hamline University Student Accounts
                MS-A1770
                1536 Hewitt Ave
                Saint Paul, MN 55104

    IN PERSON: Cash, checks, and money orders are accepted at the Cashier's Office in 113E East Hall.

    Monthly fees assessed to a student's account (e.g. parking fines, print charges, etc.) are due the last day of the month in which they are billed.

    WIRE TRANSFER:  If a student wants to do a wire transfer for a tuition payment, this is the information they will need.

    Be sure to indicate the student's name and ID number on the wire * 

    Name of Bank

       

    US Bank

       
     

    P.O. Box 64830

     

    St. Paul, MN 55164-0830

    ABA Routing No.   

    091000022

    Hamline Account No.

    3401171

    Swift Code (for international wires)

    USBKUS44IMT



    Late Fees
    If payment in full is not received by the due date, the account is considered past due and a financial hold is placed on the student's records. Past due balances are assessed interest at .67% per month. See Financial Agreement and Disclosure document for more information.

    Billing
    All Hamline University student bills are electronic. You can access these bills by following these easy steps: Login to Piperline - Student Account Services - View Bills. Failure to receive a billing statement does not relieve the student from their financial obligations.

    Payment Plan Options
    Hamline University has three payment plan options available.

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