Making a Payment
There are various ways students, former students, faculty, staff and retirees can make payment on their account:
- Online in the Bursar Account Suite (via LoboWeb)
- This is the safest, fastest and easiest way currently registered students can make payment on their account.
- Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor authentication, was added on May 18, 2020. Please visit FastInfo Answer 7823 for more information. Please contact the IT CSS Service Desk for assistance with setting up MFA, changing your registered device, logging in to the Bursar Account Suite, or if you do not receive a notification.
- Methods of payment include:
- Electronic check (i.e., ACH) from either a checking and savings account;
- Debit or credit card - all major cards are accepted;
- A 2.85% service fee (minimum $3.00 fee) will be assessed on all debit and credit card payments;
- Students can also grant their spouse and/or parent(s), or other third parties, Authorized User access, which will allow them to make payment on the student's account. Authorized Users can make payments by going here.
- PAYMENT PLANS are available and must be renewed each semester:
- Must have at least $100 in charges in the current semester;
- Cannot have a prior semester balance greater than $200
- Set up fee of $15 per payment;
- Scheduled payments are required;
- First payment is due immediately;
- Are not available for students in the RN-BSN Program (see RN-BSN website for details).
- Faculty, staff and retirees can also make payment in the Bursar Account Suite.
- Former students cannot make payment online.
- Mail in your payment
- Only mail checks, never cash, and always include your UNM ID number
- Mail to our Mailing Address
- In person at the Cashier Department
- Cash, check, money order, cashier's check
Be advised that by paying with personal check, you authorize UNM to make an electronic funds transfer from your financial institution.
Also be advised that a check or ACH payment returned for any reason will immediately result in the payment being reversed from your account and a $30.00 Returned Item Fee will be assessed to your account. After five returned items, you will no longer be able to make check or ACH payments at UNM and legal action may be taken with the District Attorney's Office.
Other forms of payment include: