Accepted Payment Methods
**Preferred Method (Via your Student Account Suite on KeanWISE)** E-Checks using your checking or savings account information, Accepted credit cards: VISA, MasterCard, Discover & Diner's Club. Please be advised that a 2.85% non-refundable convenience fee will be assessed when choosing to pay by credit card. Effective May 1, 2023, the non-refundable convenience fee for PayPath transactions will be increasing to 2.95%. There is no charge when paying by E-check.
Please do not mail cash, postdated checks or credit card information. Checks made out incorrectly will be returned. The University is not responsible for delays in either inter-office or federal mail. If your payment is not received by the Payment Due Date this may result in cancellation of your schedule and a restriction may be placed on your account. Please Mail to: Office of Student Accounting, Kean University, 1000 Morris Ave., Union, NJ 07083. (Include Student ID# on payment).
International Wire Transfer
We offer International Wire Transfers through Flywire. Instructions on how to make payment are available on the site.
529 College Savings Plans
Students who wish to make payment from an authorized 529 Plan may do so in person or by mail. Checks should be made payable to 'Kean University' and should include the student's ID number. It is recommended that these payments be sent directly to Kean University to avoid processing delays. Payments may be mailed to:
Office of Student Accounting
1000 Morris Ave.
Union, NJ 07083
“Cash" is defined as U.S. coin and currency, cashier's check, money order, bank draft, or traveler's checks.
For every time the University receives over $10,000 in cash in one transaction or in two or more related transactions, we are required to file IRS Form 8300 "Report of Cash Payments Over $10,000 Received in a Trade or Business." Transactions occurring within a cumulative 12 month period are considered related (and reportable) if the recipient (Kean University) knows, or has reason to know, that each transaction is one of a series of related transactions. Payments for tuition, fees, room and board, etc. are considered related (and reportable) transactions.
Cash does not include checks drawn on the payer's own account, such as personal checks, regardless of the amount.
Trade or business is defined as any activity constituting the sale of goods or the performance of services to produce income under Internal Revenue Code Section 162. One such example of trade or business income for a university would be tuition payments.