Payment Portal

Select the correct user type below to be directed to the proper login webpage. Please visit the Billing and Payment section for more information, including payment policies, payment plans, and deadlines.

Student Payment Portal

Log in using your Pace credentials (username and password). This is restricted for student access only.

Student Login

Authorized User (Parents, Guardian, Other Designee) Payment Portal

Permission must be granted by the student for parent, guardian, employer access. Students can complete this assignment through the authorized user process in their payment portal account. If you have any questions about the payment process or system, please contact us at (877) 672-1830 (toll-free), (212) 346-1930 (toll), or

Authorized User Login

Billing, Tuition and Fees

Student billing is on a semester-basis. Students may generate their billing statement by accessing the Bill-on-Demand link within the Payment Portal. Various up-to-date account details and views are available in the Payment Portal. Students are responsible for all assessed charges, whether or not a University bill is received or retrieved. Updated semester charges, payments, applied financial aid and other credits are available through the My Account/Activity menu option in the Payment Portal.

Early Summer and Summer Session One billing due dates:  May 1, 2023

Summer Session Two and Late Summer billing due dates: July 3, 2023

Student Payment Portal

Payment Methods and Financing Options

  • Online

    Billing and payment information can be found in the Student Payment Portal or Authorized User Portal. Payment plan enrollment and authorized user setup (student initiated) is also available via the Student Payment Portal. Parents, guardians, or other designees that have been previously granted permission by a student can access the Portal through the Authorized User Portal.

    By Mail

    Payment may be made via check or money order. Please include your Student ID number. Please make your check or money order payable to Pace University and send to

    Payment Processing Center
    861 Bedford Road
    Pleasantville, NY 10570

  • Pace University offers payment plans accessible through the Payment Portal. These plans enable students or their authorized user to pay scheduled installments toward tuition, fees, and housing. Students and families may find installment payments more manageable than a single lump payment each semester. These interest-free payment plans are not loans; therefore, there are no credit checks. These plans are available for the fall, spring, summer terms.

    All students are eligible to take advantage of these payment plans. Please note there is a non-refundable enrollment fee each term, and students must re-enroll in a plan each semester. The link to the Payment Plans will detail payment due dates, type of payments accepted, (credit cards, web checks, ACH payments), as well as fees associated with late payments.

    Payment Plans are only available online. If you enroll in a plan after the start date, back payments are required. There is no late enrollment fee. However, after enrolling into a plan a late fee of $25 may be assessed if an installment amount is not satisfied by the due date. Again, there is no late fee for late enrollment that requires back payments upon enrollment..

    Authorized Users

    For students who wish to grant access to an “authorized” user, the portal will provide the option for students to send an invitation email to whomever the student “authorizes”. The invitation will include access to the student account information and submit a payment on the student’s behalf.

    Authorized User(s) Click Here for access/login to Pace Payment Plans

    Spring '23 Semester Payment Plans

    Several payment plan options are available for Spring 2023 semester.

    • Year-Plan: payment plan for fall with auto enrollment into a spring payment plan. Fall semester balance paid during June through November. Spring semester paid during December through May.
    • Standard Plans: semester balance divided evenly into monthly installments. Semester balance paid by first half of semester.
    • Extended Plans: semester balance divided evenly into monthly installments. Semester balance paid by end of semester.
    • Deferred Plans: balance up to the billed amount that will be reimbursed directly to student by employer or sponsor is deferred until after semester ends

    Below is a link to a chart that describes the various payment plans.

    Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Payment Plans (PDF)

    Payment Plans for Summer Sessions

    $70 enrollment fee. Enrollment after payment plans begin will require catch-up payments for missed installments. There are no additional payment plan fees for enrolling in payment plan late.

    • Summer Session One ‘23: session balance divided evenly into monthly installments due on April 15, May 15 and June 15.
    • Summer Session Two ’23: session balance divided evenly into monthly installments due on June 30 and July 31.
    • Physician Assistant Program, Summer Session One ’23: session balance divided evenly into monthly installments due on April 15, May 15, June 15, July 15.

    Payment plan enrollment available within the Payment Portals.

    Automatic Recalculation of Installment Payments

    Payment plans are linked to Pace University’s student information system and reflects real-time activity on a student account. Payment plan installments will automatically recalculate to reflect any changes in comprehensive fees, financial aid, or other miscellaneous fees and/or payments.

    The plan is set up to pay the remainder balance due on the account after charges and financial aid, or any other payments are applied to the account. When you have new charges, your plan installment amounts will go up; when you have payments or other credits, your installment amounts will go down.

  • Tuition insurance is a type of insurance policy that can assist in the financial protection of monetary loss due to a student’s involuntary withdrawal from their studies. Different providers and policies provide varying levels of reimbursement for the cost of tuition and housing not covered by the University's refund policy and tuition cancellation schedule. Pace University does not endorse a specific provider or policy and recommends the careful review of the terms and conditions of any policy prior to enrollment. To learn more information on tuition insurance, please review the following resources: Consumer Reports and Wall Street Journal

  • Pace University is a partner with Flywire to streamline the international tuition payment process for our international students. With Flywire, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money compared to traditional banks. You will also be able to track where your payment is in the transfer process via a student dashboard and an email confirmation will be sent to you when your payment is received by the school.

Third-Party Billing, Sponsored Billing

Third Party Billing, Sponsored-Billing

Sponsored students are those whose educations at Pace University are funded directly by a third party, called a sponsor.

Examples of sponsors are:

  • employers
  • educational institutions
  • government agencies
  • foundations
  • grant-makers
  • or other institutional sources

Students should provide Student Accounts Office the sponsorship letter from the third party that will pay their bill. The letter can be submitted via our Student Accounts Sponsored Billing Contact Form.

Reimbursed By Your Employer?
Students who pay Pace University first and are subsequently reimbursed by their employers do not fall under third-party, sponsored-billing. Students who receive reimbursement upon submission of grades or completion of sponsor terms must adhere to the University's established payment due dates. Please review our payment plan options which includes a deferred payment plan for employer reimbursements.

Tuition Cancellation and Refunds

University tuition cancellation policy is published in university catalog. Details are on the following page, Tuition Cancellation Policy

University refund process is also described in university catalog. Details are the following page, Student Refunds.

1098-T Tax Documents

In previous years, your 1098-T included a figure in Box 2 that represented the qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) we billed to your student account for the calendar (tax) year. Due to a change to institutional reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, we will report in Box 1 the amount of payments towards QTRE during the year.

The 1098-T form is available to all Pace University students who had qualifying account transactions during calendar year 2022 to comply with the American Opportunity Credit, formerly the Hope Credit and Lifetime Learning Credit. For specific instructions, refer to the IRS publication 970: Tax Benefits for Higher Ed (PDF) or for all IRS forms.

  • You can view and print your 1098-T form online through MyPace Portal. See the instructions below.

    By law, Pace University is required to furnish form 1098-T each tax year to enrolled students who are US citizens or permanent residents. The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 (TRA97) established education tax credits for taxpayers. The 1098-T form may assist you in determining eligibility for education tax credits or deductions. More information regarding these credits and deductions is available at the IRS website or by calling 1-800-TAX-FORM. IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education and IRS Form 8863, Education Credits are particularly helpful.

    Pace University cannot provide tax advice. Please refer to relevant IRS forms and publications or consult a tax advisor, not Pace University, for explanations regarding eligibility for and calculations of any allowable tax credits or deductions.

    The information that universities are required to provide on Form 1098-T does not necessarily correspond to the information you may need to calculate any education tax credits or deductions for which you may be eligible. Universities are required to report payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses in the calendar year (Box 1).

    The IRS requires universities to report on a calendar year, rather than academic year. Therefore, the amount reported in Box 1 includes any amounts billed in calendar year 2022 for January Intersession 2023 or Spring Semester 2023.

    The IRS requires universities to reduce the amount of billed charges by any tuition waiver proceeds. If you received any type of tuition waiver during the calendar year, you will see a reduction in the amount reported in Box 1.

  • 1098-T forms for 2022 will be available to view and print via your MyPace Portal account by January 31, 2023. Students will not be mailed a copy of their 2022 1098-T form.

    The 1098-T form will only be available through MyPace Portal. If you have specific questions regarding filing your 2022 federal tax return and eligibility to claim an educational tax credit, the IRS Publication 970: Tax Benefits for Education (PDF) may be of assistance or you may visit the IRS website, or contact your tax professional. For questions regarding receipt of your 2022 1098-T, contact Student Accounts Office at (914) 773-3966 during normal business hours or email

    Pace University cannot provide tax advice. Please refer to relevant IRS forms and publications or consult a tax advisor, not Pace University, for explanations regarding eligibility for and calculations of any allowable tax credits or deductions.

    To view your 1098-T form:

    1. Log into MyPace Portal
    2. Select Student Records which is under Express Links.
    3. Select Tax Notification
    4. Enter the tax year to view and click Submit
    5. The supplemental 1098-T form for the selected tax year will display. Detailed information can be viewed by scrolling down the page or clicking the amounts in the 1098-T form. You may print the form from your web browser to assist you in your tax preparation.

    To reset your MyPace Portal password visit or contact ITS Helpdesk

  • By law, you are required to provide your correct Taxpayer Identification Number [Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN)] to persons who are required to file information returns with the IRS. If you fail to furnish your correct SSN or ITIN to Pace University, you are subject to a penalty of $50 imposed by the IRS unless your failure is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect. Periodic reviews will be done by the University to check for students without SSNs on file. Those students will be sent requests to submit SSN information by completing Pace Substitute W-9S Form, Request for Student's or Borrower's Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification.

    To correct and, or provide your SSN number, complete the Pace substitute W-9S Form (Electronic) using your MyPace Portal username and password. You will need to upload a copy of your signed SSN/TIN card.

  • Instructions for Students

    An eligible educational institution, such as a college or university in which you are enrolled, and an insurer who makes reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses to you must furnish this statement to you. You, or the person who can claim you as a dependent, may be able to claim an education credit on Form 1040 or 1040A for the qualified tuition and related expenses that were actually paid in 2022. To see if you qualify for the credit, see Pub. 970, Tax Benefits for Education; Form 8863, Education Credits; and the Form 1040 or 1040A instructions. Your institution must include its name, address, and information contact telephone number on this statement. It may also include contact information for a service provider. Although the service provider may be able to answer certain questions about the statement, do not contact them or the filer for explanations of the requirements for (and how to figure) any education credit that you may claim.

    Box 1. The amount reported in Box 1 is the total amount of payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses from all sources during calendar year 2022. The IRS rules define qualified tuition and related expenses as tuition and fees required for enrollment. Qualified expenses do not include room and board, health insurance, medical expenses, or other personal expenses. Additionally, if you received any type of tuition waiver during the calendar year, the amount of charges reported in Box 1 will be reduced by the amount of tuition waiver proceeds.

    Box 2. reserved for future use by the IRS; there are no current reporting requirements to be completed in Box 2.

    Box 3. reserved for future use by the IRS; there are no current reporting requirements to be completed in Box 2.

    Box 4. The amount reported in Box 4 includes adjustments during the calendar year for tuition and related expenses that were reported in prior calendar years.

    Box 5. The amount reported in Box 5 includes all grants, scholarships administered and processed by Pace University's Financial Aid Office, as well as waivers and payments received by the university from governmental agencies for VA, ROTC, or other similar benefits in the calendar year. In addition, the scholarship and grant amounts reported in Box 5 may include scholarship amounts for room and board, which may not need to be considered when calculating education tax credits or deductions..

    Box 6. The amount reported in Box 6 includes adjustments during the calendar year for scholarships and grants that were reported in prior calendar years.

    Box 7. Shows whether the amount in box 1 includes payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses for an academic period beginning January-March 2023. See Pub. 970 for how to report these amounts.

    Box 8. Shows whether you are considered to be carrying at least one-half the normal full-time workload for your course of study at the reporting institution. If you are at least a half-time student for at least one academic period that begins during the year, you meet one of the requirements for the American Opportunity credit. You do not have to meet the workload requirement to qualify for the lifetime learning credit.

    Box 9. Shows whether you are considered to be enrolled in a program leading to a graduate degree, graduate-level certificate, or other recognized graduate-level educational credential.

    Box 10. Shows the total amount of reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses made by an insurer. The amount of reimbursements or refunds for the calendar year may reduce the amount of any education credit you can claim for the year.