How to Pay Your Tuition
GSOM offers several payment options. Electronic payments by ACH (electronic check) are encouraged to avoid credit card fees and for convenience. See below for the tuition refund policy.
- ACH (electronic check)
- Credit Card
- Checks (personal, bank, and Travelers)
- International Payments/Wire Funds
- Payment Plan
Electronic check payments can be made through CU Web; there are no additional fees.
Credit card payments are acceptable only through CU Web. All credit card transactions will be charged a 2.75% service fee, which is a University policy.
Cash payments should be submitted directly to the Cashier's Office.
Personal checks should be submitted to the Cashier's Office. If a student has just opened up a local U.S. bank account, he/she can pay the tuition bill using a starter/temporary check. Students should write their name and local address on the top of the check.
Students may also wire funds through a Clark partnered company, peerTransfer Corporation (this is the recommended process for international students). By offering favorable conversion rates, peerTransfer enables you to save a significant amount of money on your payments to Clark. All of your student information is captured by peerTransfer, so when your payment is received it can be properly credited to your account in a timely manner. Visit Clark's peerTransfer page for more information.
- The Clark peerTransfer page has a short video which will provide you additional information on how to make payments via peerTransfer.
- If you have any questions about the peerTransfer process, you can contact them at 1-617-207-7076 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Amy Borges in GSOM Student Accounts at 1-508-793-7137 or by email: ABorges@clarku.edu.
Payment Plan: Students interested in a payment plan can click here for details.
Students who withdraw from a course before the end of the semester are entitled to a pro-rated percentage of their tuition depending on their date of withdrawal (Fees are not refundable). Refunds will be credited based on how the original form of payment was made (cash or check payments refunded by check; credit card payments will be refunded back to credit card).