Rutgers University has several payment methods for students, corporations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations
The university accepts the following credit cards for online payment of tuition and charges:
- American Express
All credit cards will be processed via the ScholarChip payment site. At the end of the registration process when a student goes to check out of the "cart," you will choose the option "pay by credit card" and you will be directed to a site to process the credit card charge. On the ScholarChip site, the you will enter in the credit card information, then select "submit." Processing will take a few moments. Please do not click on the "submit" again until prompted.
Once the credit card has been processed, the student will be taken immediately back to the "cart" portion of the registration process.
If you wish to pay for a course via a check, you will need to register through the mail. You will need to contact the unit offering the course directly and work the registration staff to enroll in the course. Most noncredit units have online registration forms that you can download, complete, and mail in with the check. You can refer to the Continuing Education unit for more information.
Several of the continuing education units work directly with corporations, nonprofit organizations, and governmental agencies to accept a purchase orders for course registration. The non-credit online registration system has the capability to accept registrations via purchase order if the associated branch allows. Please check with the branch that is sponsoring the course prior to registering. Most noncredit units have online registration forms that organizations and students can download, complete, and mail in with a copy of the organization's purchase order. You can refer to the Continuing Education unit for more information.
Workforce Development Grants
Many units accept workforce development grants as a form of course payment.. Students and organizations will need to contact that unit directly and work with unit's registration team. Most noncredit units have online registration forms that students and unemployment offices can download, complete. and mail in with the student's workforce development grant paperwork. For more information on workforce grant-eligible courses, visit the Lifelong Learning website.