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How much do I owe? 

Ways to Pay

Payment Plan

Making Payments from 529 Savings Plan

Deadlines to Pay Tuition and Fees 

Third Party Access to Payments

How much do I owe?

To find out your current balance, log in to UCONNECT and select the My Finances tab.


Ways to Pay


Payments can not be made over the phone. 

There are five ways to make a payment:

  1. UCONNECT -   Go to the My Finances Tab.  Select Pay with Touchnet.
  2. Via Authorized User - The Authorized User is a Third party person the student can give access to your account in TouchNet. The Authorized User can make payments, setup payment plans, and view account details such as credits and charges.
  3. International wire transfer
  4. In person- Bursar’s Office (Nigh University Center, first floor, room 134) - with cash, check, cashier's check, money order or PIN Debit.
  5. By mail -  All payments by mail must be received in the office by 5 p.m. to meet the deadline. The mailing address is: UCO Cashier's Counter, 100 N. University Dr., Campus Box 107, Edmond, OK 73034-5209

For those who cannot pay their entire balance before classes begin, a payment plan is also available.


Payment Plan

Payment Plans are a way to break up your balance into manageable payments and avoid paying interest.  We offer multiple plans to make payments throughout the semester.  To enroll in a Payment Plan:

1. Log in to UCONNECT

2. Go to My Finances Tab

3. Select Access Touchnet

4. Once in Touchnet, select Enroll in Payment Plan.  You will then walk through several steps to get enrolled in the plan.

There is a $40 set-up fee.  If you make your payments by the due date, there are no other fees or interest.


Making Payments from a 529 Savings Plan

Payments that are submitted by 529 savings plans, 529 prepaid tuition's or a family trust should be mailed directly to the university at University of Central Oklahoma, Nigh University Center, 100 North University Drive, Box 107, Edmond, OK 73034.

Be sure to contact the investment group or financial advisor responsible for initiating payments to inform them of the university’s tuition due date. Always include the student’s full student ID number on the check. If a 529 program, trust fund or other third party payer needs to be billed directly from the university (and cannot accept the bill in the student’s name), please send the letter of authorization to the address above prior to the tuition due date.

The Bursar will place the authorized credit on the student’s account and bill the organization directly. Please note the student is ultimately responsible for ensuring that payment is received on time (late and finance charges will be assessed to the student if payment is received late).

For more information on Oklahoma's College Savings Plan, visit


Deadlines (Tuition and Late Fees)

Summer  2019                                                                       8  week                Block I              Block II

Fee Payment                                                                           May 31               May 31              May 31
Due Date for All Courses:   

First Day for                                                                             June 8                 June 8                June 8
Late Payment Plan Enrollment Fee of $40:         

Last Day for 100% Refund 
Complete Withdrawals:                                                   June 3                 June 3                 June 3


Third Party Access to Payments

Third Party Access lets the student create accounts for parents, spouses, employers, etc., that allow them to view the student's UCO information. Information accessed can include student records for the financial account, financial aid, registration, transcript, grades and other personal information, either online or when the Third Party is talking to UCO by phone.

  1. The student will log in to Touchnet through UCONNECT.
  2. Find the My Finances page to access Touchnet. 
  3. Select Authorized User tab in Touchnet.
  4. Enter E-mail Address of Authorized User.
  5. Select what access to grant to Authorized User.