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Deferred Payment for Employer Reimbursement

Deferred Payment For Employer Reimbursement

The University of Dayton is pleased to offer an option to defer tuition charges for eligible students who receive employer reimbursement based on course completion and/or grades.

Graduate, ADAP (Adult Degree Advancement Program), School of Education and Health Sciences Online, Business@Dayton Online, and School of Law students who are in good financial standing with the University may apply to enroll in a deferment plan each semester.    A new application and employer verification are required for each semester of deferment.  Payment of the non-refundable application fee ($50) is due upon application approval.

Eligibility Requirements

•Graduate, ADAP (Adult Degree Advancement), School of Education and Health Sciences Online,  Business@Dayton Online or School of Law student status

•Employer verification of your eligibility for reimbursement and current employment is required each semester for the term you are applying to defer.  This documentation must be currently dated and approved, so you will need to obtain a new authorization for each future term you apply for deferment

Employer Verification must contain the following:

Your name

Employer's name

Currently Dated

Approval specifically for the term to be deferred (See Example Below):

"Company Name will reimburse Student Name for Term you wish to defer tuition and fees at 100% with a grade of C or better")

Approval may be in the form of a signed and dated letter on company letterhead or a completed and approved copy of your employer's official course reimbursement approval form.

•No past due balance or collection history with the University

Terms and Conditions

Payment due dates are firm and not negotiable regardless of the status of employer reimbursement.  Past-due balances are subject to late fees and interest charges (1% monthly), and may prohibit future registration, transcripts and participation in the deferred payment program.

Financial Aid awards/loans will apply toward tuition charges first and the remainder may be deferred. 

The deferment is an agreement between the student and the University of Dayton, and the student is solely responsible for meeting plan deadlines and for payment of all balances owed.

Charges for dropped courses become immediately due and payable.

Notification of monthly statements will be sent to your University of Dayton email address and may be viewed in My Payment Center (

Official transcripts will be unavailable while you are in deferred status. However, you may obtain an unofficial transcript free of charge by emailing  Include your full name, student ID number, and attach an official picture ID.  The School of Law Registrar will provide unofficial transcripts for law students.  See instructions at

Use the DegreeWorks link in Porches for access to documentation your employer may need in order to process your reimbursement.  (Flyer Student Services tab)

The University of Dayton reserves the right to deny or cancel enrollment in the deferred tuition plan for students whose accounts are not in good financial standing.

Payment Deadlines for Deferred Balances

Fall Term: January 22
Spring Term: June 22
Summer Term: September 22

Fall Term:  February 22
Winter Term: May 22
Spring Term: August 22
Summer Term: November 22


Each application contains specific instructions and information on PLAN deadlines:


Spring 2024:

Business@Dayton - Apply for Deferment
















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