Tuition Payment Options

Remember that, regardless of your payment option, we must receive your payment by the due date on your bill!

    1. eCheck Payments – eCheck (electronic check) payments will only be accepted through your CUNYfirst account where you will be presented with a tuition and fee bill. Please have your bank account and ABA/routing numbers available when making your online payment. There is no convenience fee charged for an eCheck transaction.

    2. Pay by VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express through your CUNYfirst account.
      • Credit card payments will only be accepted over the web through EDS, the University’s third party credit card processor. You can link to the EDS website from CUNYfirst where you can view your tuition and fee billing. Prior to the completion of the transaction, you will be informed of a non-refundable convenience fee charge (effective July 1, 2008). This charge will appear as a separate fee on your payment confirmation, and is added to the total cost of your bill. The convenience fee is retained by EDS. You will be able to access the EDS website at any time. In addition, EDS will offer e-mail payment confirmations and online viewing capabilities.

    3. Pay your bill by making monthly, interest-free installments through the TuitionPay Plan for a nominal, non-refundable, application fee.
      • To sign up for this program go to, click on “Enroll in a Tuition Payment Plan”, select “Queensborough Community College”. For additional information about the TuitionPay Plan, please call 1-800-635-0120. We apologize, but telephone enrollments are no longer possible due to Truth in Lending regulations requiring physical signature or eSignature on enrollment documents.

      **We regret that we can no longer offer on-campus enrollment for Tuition Pay, effective the Fall 2013 semester. Please enroll on-line.

    4. Pay using a check or money order by mail to:

Queensborough Community College
Bursar Office – A118
222-05 56th Avenue
Bayside, NY 11364

    1. Pay in person by cash, check, or money order at the Bursar window.

* If you are making a payment by credit card or electronic check for a prior semester, you must go to ‘past semester’ on your CUNYfirst account.

Regardless of which payment option you choose, you must make your payment no later than your scheduled payment due date, which is determined by the date of your initial enrollmentThe payment due date schedule can be found at