We accept multiple payment methods and offer a convenient payment plan.
Spring 2021 – 4 p.m. on Friday, January 15
Your Payment Options
- Electronic check
Set up electronic checking using the account number and routing number for the personal checking or savings account you would like to use. (Sorry, we cannot accept corporate accounts.) Once this payment method is saved, future payments are quick and easy.
- Credit card
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. Please note: PayPath charges a 2.85% convenience fee. We recommend you avoid this fee by using electronic checking, if possible. Refer to our FAQ’s if you have questions regarding this convenience fee.
- Pay With Your Smart Phone
You can log into MyPNW on your smart phone to make a payment, review your account information, set up payment and refund account profiles, and more.
We have friendly staff eager to help you at either location:
- Hammond Campus: Lawshe Hall, Room 130
- Westville Campus: Schwarz Hall, Room 127
We do not accept credit cards in the office, though. Please bring a personal check, cashier’s check, money order or cash.
When paying by mail, please do not send cash. You can mail a personal check, cashier’s check, or money order made payable to Purdue University Northwest. Be sure to include your PUID number and student name on the check. Please allow seven days for the mail.
Purdue University Northwest
2200 169th Street
Hammond, IN 46323
Purdue University Northwest
1401 South US Highway 421
Westville, IN 46391
You may wish to spread your payments out over a few months by enrolling in a payment plan. You must enroll online through MyPNW. Click here for instructions.
The down payment and non-refundable $15 setup fee are deducted from your account the day you sign up, and the remaining payments are automatically deducted from the same account on the due dates listed. A $20 late fee will be assessed if any payment after the initial down payment is paid later than 10 days after the due date.
- 5-Pay Plan for Spring 2021: (available November 3 – December 20)
20% is due upon enrollment, and the remaining four payments of 20% each will be automatically deducted on January 22, February 22, March 22, and April 22.
Additional Payment Information
Payment Link for Authorized Users
Due to the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), information will only be given to the student, unless your student has set you up as an authorized user. You will then be granted access to view bills or make payments from your smart phone or computer by logging in here.
Making International Payments
See the steps for making an international payment.
Some students qualify for fee remission: PNW employees and their spouse or dependents, graduate staff, and senior citizens. Complete the appropriate form from the links below and follow the instructions to receive tuition remission.
- Administrative/Professional/Faculty/Clerical/Service Fee Remission (PDF)
- Staff Dependent or Staff Spouse Fee Remission (PDF)
- Graduate Staff Fee Remission (PDF)
- Senior Citizen Fee Remission (PDF)
Tuition Insurance is Now Available
Is your family prepared for the unexpected after classes begin? Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with GradGuard’s™ Tuition Protection Plan from Allianz Global Assistance.
We believe it’s important to offer an easy, affordable way to protect the investment your family has made in higher education. That’s why Purdue University Northwest has negotiated with GradGuard to provide our families with tuition insurance by Allianz Global Assistance featuring special plans and rates not available to the general public.
This coverage expands the scope of our refund policy by ensuring reimbursement for tuition, room and board and other fees for covered withdrawals at any time during the semester. Plans also include Student Life Assistance: a 24-hour emergency hotline that offers students and parents even greater peace of mind.
At Purdue University Northwest, we want the best for our students, and Allianz Global Assistance is a world-leader in specialty insurance and assistance—helping over 35 million people protect their tuition payments, travel plans and more each year.
Learn more about the GradGuard Tuition Protection Plan.
Be Aware of Your Financial Obligations and Responsibilities
Students should make every effort to keep their credit good in the community for their own benefit and that of all students.
A student’s failure to pay the University amounts owed by established due dates may result in the imposition of holds preventing access to student services such as registration, delivery of transcripts or diplomas. In collection of any indebtedness owed the University, the University shall also be entitled to all additional costs referenced in Indiana Code 21-14-2-11, as from time to time amended or recodified.
Expenses associated with collection of indebtedness by means of the Indiana state tax off set program shall be added to the indebtedness. Expenses associated with collection of indebtedness by means of a collection agency shall be added to the indebtedness. Any judgment entered shall be without relief from valuation and appraisement laws.
As to all disputes or collections relating to indebtedness owed the University, student consents to exclusive jurisdiction and venue in any competent court within the Indiana county in which the University campus enrolling the student is located, except as pre-empted by or prohibited by 15 USC 1692i, as hereinafter amended from time to time, other federal statutes, or state laws and regulations, including consumer protection laws but excluding general preferred venue rules and laws. All returned checks, drafts, or orders are subject to a service charge not exceeding the maximum allowed by Indiana law.
Students with past due financial obligations to the University may have their official university records placed on hold, including placement of a hold on registration eligibility for any future academic terms.
Degree candidates with delinquent financial obligations to the University must pay or satisfy such debts at least one week before the close of any term. If any such debts have not been paid or satisfied upon terms acceptable to the University before the close of any term, a candidate’s diploma may be withheld from graduation ceremonies, or if the degree is granted without knowledge of such delinquency, the diploma and transcript will be held until the financial obligation has been satisfied.