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Payment Methods (Remittance)

All checks should be made payable to Vanderbilt University. Please include your full name and Commodore ID number or your full name and the last four digits of the student's social security number on all remittances. Payments for the fall semester must be received by August 14, 2013, to avoid late fees and possible cancellation of classes. Payments for the spring semester must be received by January 2, 2014, to avoid late fees and possible cancellation of classes.

E-Payments: Once you are logged into your account online, you may use either  your checking/savings account ($1 processing fee) or your credit card (2.65% processing fee). Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted. Online payments may be made until 6 p.m. CST the last day of the month.

Payment by mail: Enclose check and payment stub in the envelope. Please make all checks payable to Vanderbilt University. Allow 5-7 business days for mail processing in order for your payment to be received before the deadline. If you have not received an invoice, please send your payment to Vanderbilt University, Office of Student Accounts, 110 21st Avenue South, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37203.

Payment in person: Payments can be made in person at the University Cashier's Office located in room 100 in the Baker Building. The Cashier's office does not accept debit or credit cards. Please make all payments payable to Vanderbilt University.

Overnight Delivery: Send payment to Vanderbilt University, Office of Student Accounts, 110 21st Avenue South, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37203. Please do not use the address on the return envelope provided in your invoice (or any P.O. Box address) for payments sent via overnight delivery. Make all checks payable to Vanderbilt University.

Bank Wire Transfer: Wire money transfer to Mellon Bank. Please contact the Office of Student Accounts for information.

Please include the student's name, Commodore ID or the last four digits of their social security number. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Accounts.


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