How Do I Pay My Bill?

  1. Log in to your MyUAH
  2. Under the Bursar tab, select Student Account
  3. Choose Make a Payment
  4. You will have the options of paying with an eCheck, your credit card, or an international payment through Flywire (E-check payments must be made with personal checking accounts as Federal Law prohibits the use of business accounts.)

Note: A convenience fee is charged when paying by credit / debit card. Find out more about the convenience fee.

How Do I Add an Authorized User?

  1. Login to MyUAH
  2. Select Student Account under the Bursar section
  3. On the right, click “Set Up Authorized Users”
  4. Enter their full name, relationship to student, and email address
  5. Login instructions will be sent to the email address entered

How Do I Sign Up for Direct Deposit?

  1. Sign in to your myUAH 
  2. Scroll down to "Bursar" and click on “Direct Deposit”   
  3. Enter your bank routing number and account number into the form.
  4. Select the type of account that you are using – checking or savings. 
  5. If you are a student, click on the “Accounts Payable Deposit” box. If you are an employee at UAH, click on the “Payroll Deposit” box. If you are both a student and an employee and would like to have both on file then you will need to complete two separate entries.
  6. Click "Save."

How Do I Update My Address?

  1.  Log in to your student account
  2.  Scroll down to the section titled Student Services.
  3.  Select "Personal Information" from the list titled Student Records. 
  4.  Once in the Personal Information tab in Banner, select "Update Addresses and Phones".
  5.  To update any addresses currently on file, click on the word "current" to the left of the address. 
  6.  To add a new address, select the type of address you'd like to add from the dropdown box below your       listed addresses. 

How Do I Look Up My Payment Records?

  1. Log in to your MyUAH
  2. Under Bursar, select Student Account
  3. Once in the account, select the Statements tab
  4. Choose the date(s) needed and print

How Do I Get a Copy of My 1098T Tax Form?

The University has partnered with ECSI to receive your 1098-T Tuition Statement electronically beginning with the 2020 Tax Year. ECSI will mail statements to all students with reportable payments no later than January 31 to comply with the IRS deadlines. 

Electronic version of 1098-T for Tax Year 2020 will be available on the Heartland ECSI website at https://heartland.ecsi.net/index.html 

Questions about ECSI and your tax document can be answered at https://heartland.ecsi.net/index.main.html#/access/FAQtaxDocuments

Where Do I Mail My Payment?

Please mail your payments to the Bursar's Office Payment Address:

University of Alabama in Huntsville
ATTN: Cashier
Student Services Building, Room 123
Huntsville, AL 35899-5050 

What is The Last Day to Drop a Class with a Refund? 

 A table with dropped class refund dates is available on the Refunds page

I’m Having Trouble Accessing My Student Account?

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If you are still having trouble, contact the UAH Help Desk at 256.824.3333

Will Tuition Be Adjusted for a Change in Delivery Modality?

The University reserves the right to change the mode of instruction or schedule of delivery of instruction at any time, in its sole discretion, based upon prevailing public health and other guidance.  This could include the transition to a hybrid delivery of on-campus and remote or online classes and experiences, or, if circumstances warrant, the exclusive provision of University services, classes, and other instruction or experiences on a remote or online basis, as practicable, or on an alternative schedule.  The University does not guarantee or promise to provide a specific mode of delivery of services, classes, instruction, or experiences, or that the mode of delivery will not change during the semester.  The University will not provide any refund of tuition, in whole or in-part, based on a change in the mode of instruction or schedule of delivery of any services, classes or other instruction or experiences.

What is Financial Responsibility?

 You understand that registration in classes at UAH will create tuition and other associated fees being assessed to your student account. By registering for classes at UAH, you understand and agree to the following: Past due balances are a debt owed the State of Alabama. If you fail to pay any unpaid balance on your student account, you will be personally responsible for, and agree to pay, all costs and fees of collection, including late payment fees, transcript hold fees, interest, collection fees of third party collection agencies or attorneys (up to 40% of the principal, interest and late charges accrued prior to referral to such agency or attorney), court costs, and/or any other charges necessary for the collection of this debt. Additionally, you understand that a hold will be placed your account as a result of the past due balance.  You authorize the University and/or their respective agents and contractors to contact you regarding your student account at the current or any future number that you provide including your cellular phone or other wireless device using automated telephone dialing equipment or artificial or pre-recorded voice or text messages. This agreement is subject to the laws of the State of Alabama, without regard to its conflict or choice of law provisions. You irrevocably consent to the jurisdiction of the state and federal courts located in Madison County, Alabama, in any lawsuit arising out of or concerning this agreement, or the enforcement of any obligations under this agreement, including any lawsuit to collect amounts that you may owe as a result of this agreement. If UAH chooses to pursue collection of your past due debt in court, you understand that such action by UAH does not constitute waiver of any defense of any immunity that UAH may hold under applicable law, including but not limited to sovereign immunity.