The easiest way to pay tuition fees is by direct debit. You can pay by direct debit or make one-off payments by logging in to your e:Vision account. You can also make one-off payments using the Online Payments Service.
- Information on paying tuition fees for students on a York Online programme
The easiest way to pay for University accommodation is by direct debit. You can set up your direct debit using e:Vision or you can make one-off payments using either e:Vision or the Online Payments Service.
If you are expecting to receive the York Bursary and are in University accommodation, paying by direct debit will ensure that you do not accidentally overpay accommodation fees (see information about receiving your award in bursaries and scholarships).
View your accommodation costs on the Accommodation Hub and check your installment dates.
Other student services
- Official documents, certificates and administration fees
For official documents, resit fees, thesis fees and other administration, you should use the University Online Store. For more information about documents, see Request a document.
- Library fines and fees
You can pay at the Library Help Desks or self-service machines, by phone on 01904 323838, or via the University Online Store. Find out more on the Library pages.
- Parking fines
Use the Parking Gateway.
- Print credits
Use the York Print Plus print management service.
- MAD catering cards
Use the University Online Store.
- University branded products (e.g. giftware, clothing)
Use the University Clothing and Gift Shop.
- YUSU events and merchandise
For YUSU event tickets or college/society merchandise, go to the YUSU website.
Paying on behalf of a student
Anyone can make payments on behalf of a student by:
- setting up a direct debit - you'll need to complete a paper direct debit mandate
- using the Online Payments Service
- using the University Online Store
Only students themselves can make payments using e:Vision.
Please note that we can't disclose information to third parties (including parents and carers) without written consent from the student. This is due to data protection legislation.