The Business Office is housed in the Student Services Center located at 631 Frederica Street. The Business Office includes the Cashier’s Office, the payroll office, and the Office of Business and Finance. The staff serve many aspects of the campus community but are particularly dedicated to meeting your needs as a student related to your student account, billing, tuition, room, board and other miscellaneous fees.
Do you need to make a payment?
Charges for tuition, fees, and room and board, if applicable, for full-time students are due by August 15 (fall) or January 5 (spring). Charges for tuition and fees for part-time students are due 0 days before the first class meeting date.
To pay in person: Cash, check or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, & Discover) payments can be made in the Cashier’s Office.
To pay online: VISA, MasterCart, Discover, American Express, and EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) are accepted online by visiting our Pay Online form. For your protection, Brescia University no longer accepts credit card information over the phone.
To mail payment: Checks may be mailed to: Brescia University, Cashier’s Office, 717 Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301.
Payment Plans are available.
Full-time students in good standing with the University may sign up for a Payment Plan. Complete the Payment Plan Form and submit it to the Cashier’s Office.
What happens if you do not pay your bill?
A late charge of 1.5% per month will be asses on past due balances as of the 15th of any month.
A Late Payment Fee of $100 will be added to any accounts that have not been settled by the first day of classes.
A charge of $25.00 is imposed for checks returned because of insufficient funds.
Do you have an outstanding bill?
Satisfactory settlement of accounts must be made before a grade report or transcript of credits will be issued, and before a student may register for subsequent terms. Students with past due accounts may be excluded from campus activities including but not limited to participating on athletic teams, University-sponsored travel, and other University-sponsored activities. Non-payment of charges may also affect the student’s eligibility to use campus resources including but not limited to room, board, and access to campus technology.