University of Vermont

Student Financial Services

Employer Payments in the Billing Process

If your employer will be paying some or all of your tuition charges, take a moment to review the important information below.

If your employer will pay for the class after you have successfully completed and passed the course: You will need to pay your UVM bill up front and seek reimbursement directly from your employer. UVM does not offer deferred billing. Bills not paid in full by the bill due date will be subject to a $250 late payment fee and a hold on access to grades, transcripts, and registration.

If your employer will pay for the class up front and payment is not contingent on final grade: Your employer should submit a purchase order to our office. Upon receipt of the purchase order we will bill your employer and credit your student account for the amount indicated on the purchase order. In order to avoid a $250 late fee we must receive a purchase order from your employer and any payment due from you directly prior to the bill due date.

Note: As a student at UVM, your charges will include tuition and fees based on the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled. Many employers pay only the tuition portion of the total bill. To avoid a late payment fee, confirm with your employer whether they will pay your full tuition and fee charges or only the tuition charge. If you are responsible for paying fees, please make the appropriate arrangements to settle your account prior to the bill due date.

Last modified April 11 2012 08:45 AM

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