All billing is sent electronically or available via your MyNova account. Students and authorized users are able to view billing statements and make secured payments electronically. You can also print official invoices for self and employer use. Once you receive your confirmation and VU ID #, you may log onto V-Bill to create your V-bill account and then view/pay your bill electronically.
Visit the Bursar website for payment options and additional information.
Payment of Charges
Tuition payment information for degree programs is handled through the Bursar's Office. Please visit their website or call 610-519-4850.
Payments for non-credit professional programs are due no later than 24 hours prior to the start of class. This requirement applies to all students, including those who register too late to receive a bill. Please see TERMS of BILLING in the registration information above.
Students are responsible for payment of all charges on his/her student account. Overdue obligations may be referred to an outside collection agency or to an attorney for collection efforts and/or legal suit, the debt is increased to cover all reasonable costs of collection including collection fees, court costs and attorney fees.
If a student has an overdue obligation, registration will not be permitted and academic records and certificates will not be released.
If you are matriculated into a degree program, such as the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies, and are enrolled at least half-time (6 credits or the equivalent per semester), you may be eligible for a government-sponsored Stafford Loan. Degree seeking students should visit the Financial Aid webpage for more information.
All other certificates and non-credit programs do not qualify for financial aid through FAFSA. Listed below are two lenders that do offer continuing education loans:
For degree seeking students, please see the University's academic calendar for drop and withdraw deadline. Information about penalties can be found on the Bursar's website.
Cancellations for non-credit professional programs must be received in writing by the College of Professional Studies before the first class begins. No refunds are granted once the class begins.