When an invoice is prepared to be viewed, all enrolled students will automatically receive an email notification. The following needs to be done if a student wants to choose another person to also receive an email notification of the invoice:
Students can authorize a person to speak with Student Financial Services about their finances by doing the following:
About three to four weeks before the billing due date, Student Financial Services emails the student to let them know that an invoice is available in Sentry Secured Services. Mid-month, a bill with the outstanding balance will be made available in Sentry.
The first billing statement will list anticipated charges and credits. The financial aid listed on the students invoice is tentative. You will be charged at the middle of the month if your aid is changed or canceled. If your financial aid application is denied, you must pay the required minimum installment payment to maintain your schedule.
The student will only receive one projected invoice. You will be liable for the adjustments to your projected invoice if you add or drop courses from your registration or if your financial aid situation changes. Through eServices, go to the Financial Status section of the Financial section to view the most recent projected invoices.
Approximately two weeks before the start of the term, the payment is due. For the precise date that payments are due, please consult the academic calendar.
Postdated checks or postmarks are not accepted as evidence of payment received by Robert Morris University. There is no grace period.
Room and board fees won’t be displayed if a housing contract isn’t in place. Please view your projected invoice for these fees at the RMU website after submitting the housing contract.
The student account office will charge an NSF fee for any checks returned for not having sufficient funds, and current account information is available on eServices. The university has the right to refuse registration that was funded by an NSF.
As soon as it receives the NSF notification, Robert Morris University reserves the right to initiate legal action.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Online Bill Pay. PAY NOW. Automatic Payment. To begin the automatic payment, visit rmu.net/bill to enroll. Customers may opt to receive either paper or
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