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HWCOM Office of Financial Assistance serves as a liaison to our medical students by partnering with Main FIU Student Financials in providing high-quality, comprehensive service to students as well as ensuring that all interaction related to students and the activity on the student accounts complies with Federal, State, and Board of Governors regulations.

Ways to Pay for Tuition and Fees

Pay Online (Recommended)

Pay with e-Check (Free)

Pay with no processing fees and no physical check required. Just provide your bank routing and account number and your payment will be deducted from your checking account.

    1. Log onto MyFIU. See Access MyFIU for help.
    2. Select the 'Financial Account' tile.
    3. Select 'Make a Payment.'
    4. Select 'e-Check' as your payment method.
    5. Enter your bank routing and account number. Find my bank routing and account number.
    6. You may make a partial payment by check online.
    7. Click the next button to continue with the online payment process.

Payments cannot be canceled once they have been submitted.

Pay with Debit or Credit Card (Transaction fees apply)

Credit card payments are accepted from MasterCard, American Express, Visa, and Discover. There is a 2.65% non-refundable convenience fee applied to all domestic credit card payments and a 4.25% non-refundable convenience fee for all international credit card payments.

Credit/debit card payment option is only available as an online service via MyFIU.

Note: A debit card will be processed as a credit card and incur the convenience fee.

FIU does not accept credit/debit card payments in person, over the phone, or by mail.

The following CANNOT be processed online: credit card cash advance checks, money market checks, and home equity checks. See options to pay on campus.

  1. Log onto MyFIU. See Access MyFIU for help.
  2. Select “Financial Account,” then “Make a Payment.”
  3. Select debit or credit card as your payment method.
  4. Entering the desired payment amount. You may enter partial payments or pay the full amount.
  5. Click the next button to continue with the online payment process.

Payments cannot be canceled once they have been submitted.

Pay on Campus

Pay at a Self-service Station

Self-service stations accept cash, check, money order, cashier’s check or traveler’s check and are available 24/7. They are located in Primera Casa (PC) next to PC 120 (MMC), in University Towers and in the first floor of the SASC building.

Self-service stations DO NOT accept credit or debit cards. Pay online instead.

Pay in Person

The Student Financial cashier’s counter accepts cash, money orders, personal checks drawn on a U.S. financial institution in U.S. currency, cashier’s checks, traveler’s checks, and the FIU One Cards. For more instructions see below:

  • Credit Cards: We DO NOT accept credit card payments at either campus. Pay online instead.
  • Checks: Make checks payable to the order of Florida International University and include your Panther ID number.
  • One Card: FIU One Card payments are not accepted online nor are they refundable from the cashier's counter.

Other Payments Methods

Pay by Mail

Make checks payable to the order of Florida International University and include your Panther ID number. Checks and money orders can be mailed to:

Florida International University
Student Financials Office, SASC 101
11200 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL 33199

How to Set Up Direct Deposit:

Direct deposit is the fastest way to receive your refund. Designate your bank account on MyFIU. Only U.S. bank accounts can be used for direct deposit.

  1. Log onto MyFIU. See Access MyFIU for help.
  2. Click on 'Financial Account' tile.
  3. Click on the ‘Direct Deposit' link
  4. Enter the bank account details and click the 'Next' button
  5. Review and agree to the Direct Deposit Agreement
  6. Click the 'Submit' button

Note: Only U.S bank accounts can be used for direct deposit.

Once your refund is processed, it will take approximately 24 to 48 business hours to be deposited into your bank account. Some banks make take longer to process payments.