• All prior balances must be paid to avoid registration delays.
  • Your bursar bill will not reflect tuition deadlines. See payment deadlines.
  • The amount, time, and manner of payment of tuition, fees, and other charges, may be changed at any time and without notice.

Visiting students

For students not currently registered in a Cornell-degree program:

For Summer courses

Precollege (high school) students

Note to precollege (high school) students: Please pay through your student services account unless you are registering for the Shoals program, in which case please follow the instructions below for Summer Session students.

Visiting Summer Session (undergraduate / graduate) students

Submit your payment according to one of the methods below at the same time as you submit your online registration. Your enrollment will not be processed until we've received your payment in full.

1. If you live outside the U.S.

Submit your payment via sce.flywire.com if your funds will be from an account outside of the U.S.

Flywire allows you to pay securely from any bank, generally in your home currency. For information, visit the Flywire help page.


  • When paying via Flywire, use the same email that you used on your enrollment form.
  • Select your appropriate session/program and enter each class you are taking (for example, Summer: AMST 2020).
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2. If you live within the U.S.

Submit your payment using a credit card via the SCE payment center.

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For visting students in Winter, Spring, and Fall courses

Please submit your payment via Cashnet after you have received your enrollment confirmation and activated your NetID.

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Cornell undergraduate & graduate students

For students currently registered in a Cornell-degree program:

Submit your payment via Cashnet, upon enrollment.

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Note: If you have an outstanding indebtedness to the university, you will not be allowed to register, have academic credits certified, be granted a leave of absence, or receive a degree until the indebtedness is satisfactorily cleared with the Office of the Bursar.