UT Tuition Payment Plan (TPP)
Allows payment in monthly installments rather than lump sum payments. To be eligible, the student must be registered for 10 or more undergraduate credit hours each semester. The student must complete the Tuition Payment Plan form available below.
Florida Pre-Paid Plan (FLPP)
If the beneficiary attends The University of Tampa, the Florida Prepaid College Plan will transfer an amount equal to the value of the prepaid plan(s) at the time of enrollment. The State determines the value of the plan at the beginning of each academic year, typically notifying schools in August. The Bursar's Office will credit the student's UT account using an estimated amount (equal to the value of the plan in the current academic year) and adjust the credit once the new value is announced by the State. The State may adjust the value of the pre-paid plan mid-year for the upcoming semester without prior notice.
To use the prepaid plan at The University of Tampa, a Transfer Form must be completed. The plan will pay the same rate it pays a public college in Florida. However, because private Florida colleges are typically more expensive, the prepaid plan will not cover the total cost. Request a Transfer Form or call (800) 552-GRAD (4723).
Credit Card Payments
The University accepts Visa, MasterCard or Discover for tuition payments. Credit Card payments may be made online at SpartanWeb or in person.
Online Payment via SpartanWeb (including ACH Payment)
- Go to SpartanWeb.
- Type in your User Name (Student ID number) and password. This information is required in order to process a payment.
- Select Review/Pay bill/1098-T info under the Finances Section.
- Select Make Online Payment. Subsequent online instructions will then be provided.
- Print a copy of the receipt for your records.
- Mail or deliver your signed billing statement to the Bursar's Office.
If you do not have access to SpartanWeb, payments can be made at Cashnet. From this site, you can login with the student ID number and last name of the student.
Medical Disability Benefits
If a student has a medical disability, financial assistance may be available from the local Office of Vocational Rehabilitation or Bureau of Visual Services.
Contact your local Veterans Affairs office to discuss your options and complete an application for educational benefits. The VA will issue you a Certificate of Eligibility, which you must take to UT's Registrar's Office. Once you are enrolled in classes, UT will certify your attendance with the VA. Benefits payable directly to The University are treated as a method of payment and will be credited to your UT student account once payment is received by the Bursar's Office.
Employee Reimbursement Payment Plan (ERPP)
To participate in this payment plan, the student must be eligible for tuition benefits from their employer. Students complete the Employee Reimbursement Payment Plan (ERPP) (available below as PDF); remit payment of 50% of the tuition charge and the full payment of the student service fee. The deferred balance will be due 30 days from the last day of classes.
Tuition Exchange Program
UT participates in the Tuition Exchange, Inc., program, which is a reciprocal scholarship program for children and other family members of faculty and staff employed at more than 530 participating institutions.