How & When to Pay

Current Duke Students

The Office of the Bursar will send electronic notifications to current Duke students enrolled for Summer Session in April, May, June, and early July. Students will be able to view their bills online.

Problems meeting published payment deadlines should be discussed with the Office of the Bursar prior to the start of the term.

Scholarships, Fellowships, Traineeships, and Fringe Benefits

It is the student’s responsibility to make arrangements with the appropriate office or department and to make certain that payment, a transfer journal voucher, and/or other appropriate certification covering tuition and fees is received by the Office of the Bursar by the announced deadlines.

Summer Session retains the right to withdraw students from classes if they never attend, have not paid tuition and fees, or if they have failed to clear with the Bursar by the end of the Drop/add period. Those withdrawn for these reasons will be billed the health fee and an administrative withdrawal fee of $150 per course ($75 per half-course). Attendance in classes after the first three days of the term obligates the student for the full tuition and fees for the course. (See Drop/Add for the procedure for officially dropping a course.)

If a student is withdrawn from a class for financial reasons and later clears with the Bursar’s Office, they may be reinstated in their classes no later than the mid-point of the summer term with written permission of their academic dean. The administrative withdrawal fee will stand and the student will be liable for full tuition and fees. Under no circumstances will a student be reinstated or permitted to register after the mid-point of the summer term.