Tuition Payment Options
The Enrollment Services Center (ESC) wants you to know that paying your college tuition is not as difficult as you think! With our "one-stop shopping" in the lobby of the West Quad Center, we will help you complete the entire process as quickly and efficiently as possible.
There are a wide variety of payment options available. Please note that credit cards are not accepted in person.
Learn more about payments online.
Pay in Person
Come to the ESC in the lobby of the West Quad Center and visit the cashiering station. Forms of payments accepted in person are cash, check or money order. Credit cards are not accepted in person.
Pay by Wire Transfer
Brooklyn College accepts tuition payment by wire transfer. For wire transfer information, e-mail the Office of the Bursar or call us at 718.951.5200.
Pay by Mail
If you wish to pay tuition by mail, obtain a copy of your bill from CUNYfirst log on to CUNYfirst. Send a copy of your bill with a check or money order made payable to Brooklyn College to:
Enrollment Services Center
Attention Billing and Payments
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
Please be sure to include your full name, semester that you are paying for, and your CUNYfirst EmplID number on the check or money order.
Other Payment Options
Tuition Payment Plan
A new payment plan option from Nelnet will be available April 2015.
Apply for Financial Aid
Be sure to apply for as many types of aid as you may be eligible for — including loans, state grants and work-study — by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and a Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) form. For additional information about available financial aid programs:
Apply for Scholarships
To apply for scholarships, please contact the Office of Scholarships at 718.951.4796 or visit the office on the second floor of the West Quad Center.
The college does not send a paper bill to your home. All bills are available online.
File your 2013–14 FAFSA now. You must file your 2013-14 FAFSA in order for your aid to be appropriately applied by the payment deadlines for the upcoming semesters (fall 2013/spring 2014). If you don't file now you risk not having it available at the time your tuition is due.
It's important for you to check your registration and bill before the due date to ensure you do not have an outstanding balance. Check your CUNYfirst account for your payment due date. Failure to submit full payment can result in the cancellation of your courses.
- Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
- Graduate Tuition and Fees
- Financing Your Education
- NYS Higher Education Services Corporation (financial aid guidance, links to FAFSA and TAP applications)
- Registering and Paying Your Bill Online
- Billing and Payment FAQ
- Withdrawing From Classes FAQ
If you need further assistance, please contact the Office of the Bursar at 718.951.5200, visit us in the lobby of the West Quad Center, or e-mail us.