Tuition Due Dates

You may pay your tuition for each semester separately. Tuition payment due dates for each semester can be broken down as follows:

Semester Payment Due Dates

  • Fall: August 1 - 100% of tuition, fees and housing (if applicable) is due
  • Spring, including Intersession: January 1 - 100% of tuition, fees and housing (if applicable) is due
  • Summer: May 1- 100% of tuition, fees and housing (if applicable) is due


Late Fee: A non-refundable fee applied to any account where the student has not paid their balance in accordance with NYIT policy (after the applicable due date).

Late Registration Fee: A non-refundable fee applied to all continuing students that register for classes after the first day of the term.

Registering After the Payment Due Date: If you register after the applicable due date, your entire tuition balance minus anticipated financial aid for that semester is due. Students who do not pay their balance when they register will be charged a late payment fee.

Tuition Payments and Higher One Payment Plan information

Please follow these instructions to access payment options:

  • Log onto My NYIT
  • Go to the Student Resources section (on the right side of the page)
  • Click link titled Bursar Account Info: Payments, Deposits and Payment Plans etc.
  • Special note: Students can grant parental access to receive E-Bills and perform other Bursar functions through their NYITConnect account. Choose the (Parent Pin) option to grant parental access.
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