Making a Payment
Students can make online credit card, debit card, and ACH/check payments directly from their checking account through our Billing and Payment System. Note that payments made online using credit or debit cards are subject to a service fee amounting to 2.75% or 4.25% of the amount of the payment (the 2.75% service fee is charged and collected by our third-party vendor; international credit cards are assessed 4.25%; the fee is not paid to APU). Log in to our Billing and Payment System by signing in to your account at home.apu.edu. Under Self Service, select Billing and Payment to make an online payment. If your APU NetID has expired, contact IMT at (626) 815-5050 to request a new password.
In-person payments are accepted at any Azusa Pacific University Cashier, including the Graduate and Professional Cashier. Cash, debit cards, cashier’s checks, and personal checks are accepted. Credit cards are accepted only through our online Billing and Payment System.
Azusa Pacific University has partnered with Flywire to provide you with an easy and secure method of making payments from your home country. To make an international payment:
- Visit our Billing and Payment System
- Sign in using your APU NetID and password
- View or download your most recent statement to see your current balance
- Select “Make Payment”
- Select “International payments with Flywire” or go to Flywire
For help on how to make a payment, contact Flywire’s Customer Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payments by Mail
To make a payment by mail, write a check or money order payable to Azusa Pacific University for the appropriate amount. Include the student’s name and APU ID number on the check. Mail to:
Graduate and Professional Center
Student Financial Services Cashier
Azusa Pacific University
PO Box 7000
Azusa CA 91702-7000
The university will not accept third-party checks. Returned checks are subject to a $30 fee.
Note: The university reserves the right to require either cash or cashier’s check payments for any student whose account reflects a history of dishonored payments.