Payment requirements at time of registration
If 100% of your tuition, fees and housing is not covered by financial aid, you are required to make a non-refundable down payment of $250 prior to registration (the registration down payment is $125 for returning students). On-campus students are required to make a non-refundable dorm down payment of $250 at the time the room is reserved or at registration whichever occurs first.
Balance due dates:
Fall Semester - August 9, 2021
Spring Semester - January 3, 2021
Summer Semester - First day of class
Charges for the upcoming semester are reflected in Student Account Center approximately 4 – 6 weeks before the balance due date.
The options for payment of balances remaining after awarded financial aid are:
- Payment of the balance in full by cash, credit card, check by the balance due date.
- Establishment of a payment plan to satisfy the remaining balance through Tuition Management Systems (Student Account Center, www.umobile.afford.com) by the balance due date.
**Payment plans are not available for the summer semester.
Students will not be allowed to move on campus and will not appear on the class roster if financial requirements have not been met.
Final balances not paid by the due date or UM payment plans not paid according to the payment schedule will be subject to a $100 per month delayed payment fee. We do not offer a grace period after the final due date.
**If your account has not been paid by August 20 (Fall term), you may receive a courtesy call to ascertain if you need assistance completing financial aid applications or bill payment information.**
Dormitory students are required to have accounts paid in full in order to return to the dormitory after Fall break. Students may be prohibited from attendance for non-payment of balances when due. Campus Card privileges, which include dorm entrance and meal plan participation among other privileges, may be suspended if balance is not paid when due.
Student Account Center
Student Account Center (SAC) (www.umobile.afford.com) is the means for viewing your student account activity, viewing financial aid to be received, viewing billing statements, making payments and setting up payment plans.
All students must complete a one-time registration process to access Student Account Center.
New students will receive an invitation to register for SAC from University of Mobile (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register or you may go to www.umobile.afford.com/register. Once you have registered you will have the ability to invite other participants (parents or others who are responsible for bill payment) to access your student billing information.
Help is available to complete the registration process Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (ET) – 1-800-309-1658.
Click Student Account Center Video to view a helpful video for navigating Student Account Center.
How to contact us
The Business Office is located on the first floor of Weaver Hall just inside of the main entrance.
Office hours are: 8:00 – 5:00 Monday through Friday
Cashier's Office (Kay Sellers): 251.442.2208
Bursar for Student Accounts (Lona Brown): 251.442.2421
Business Office e-mail: email@example.com
Financial Aid Office (General Information): 251.442.2222
Financial Aid Office e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
UM Payment Plan Information www.umobile.afford.com
Payment mailing address: University of Mobile Business Office
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842
See University of Mobile Financial Information Sheet and University of Mobile catalog for the last date you can drop a course and expect a
tuition refund. Generally, tuition is not refundable after the first two weeks of the course, even if the tuition for the course is within the 12-17 hour block pricing.
In other words, if you drop and add hours after two weeks you will be charged additional tuition for the hours added even if you are still between 12-17 total registered hours.