Terp Young Scholars

Payment Information

Payment Due Dates | How to Pay | Cancellation/Withdrawal | Refunds

Payment Due Dates

Payment due dates are determined by the date of a student's admission into Terp Young Scholars. Should payment not post by the due dates below, program admission will be canceled and you may lose your seat if the course is full.

Admitted into Terp Young Scholars

Payment Deadlines

February 19-April 18

April 20

April 19-May 18

May 20

May 19-June 18

June 20

On or after June 19

Within 48 hours of acceptance

How to Pay

Terp Scholars must first complete Confirmation of Admission process process which includes creating the student Directory ID and password in order to submit payment.

Access Account Information

Visit Student Financial Services.

  • Determine how much you owe: select Access Account.
  • Submit payment: Select Make a Payment.

Payment Options

Online (E-Check or Credit/Debit Card)

International Payments

Third Party/Sponsored Billing

  • This is when a private or government agency is paying any portion of your tuition or fees and they are requesting a bill from the University.

Tuition Remission

  • Courses in Terp Young Scholars are eligible for tuition remission. Tuition remission only applies to tuition and does not cover the Distance Learning Student Services Fee or Online Program Fee. Dependents of University System employees must use their student’s SSN on the Terp Young Scholars application as the system only recognize dependents through the SSN. University of Maryland System employees must receive authorization from their home institution. Additional information on tuition remission can be found on the University Human Resources website.

Terp Payment Plan and 529/College Savings Plan: Are not available to use for payment.

Cancellation and Withdrawal

Deadlines associated with program cancellation, course cancellation, and withdrawal can be found on the calendar and deadlines page. Definitions and concomitant consequences appear below. Cancellation or Withdrawal requests must be received in writing via email, containing student name and UID #, to tys@umd.edu.

Program Cancellation Means

  • Cancellation of program participation on or before June 20.
  • Course registration will be canceled and will not appear on the student record.
  • Online program registration will be canceled.
  • Receive a 100% refund for course tuition, the distance learning student services fee and the online program fee.

Course Cancellation Means

  • Cancellation of program participation between June 21 and the first day of class.
  • Course registration will be canceled and will not appear on the student record.
  • Receive a 100% refund only for course tuition and the distance learning student services fee.
  • No refund for the online program fee.

Withdrawal Means

  • Termination of program participation between the first day and the last day of classes.
  • Course registration information remains on the student record with a notation of withdrawn. Neither grade nor credits attempted will appear on transcript.
  • If withdrawn on the first day of classes, receive a 50% refund only for course tuition and the distance learning student services fee.
  • If withdrawn after the first day of classes, no refund.

Refunds

The University does not automatically refund a credit balance. To request a refund, see Refunds Overview—Student Financial Services.

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