Payments

Payment Options

  • Cash (exact change only)
  • Check
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card (add 3% convenience fee)
  • PayClix (via Sonis)

Students can pay online via PayClix through their Sonis account, in person at the business office between 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Mon-Fri, by phone with credit card information, or mail a check with student ID listed to:

NUNM
Attn: Business Office
049 SW Porter St, Portland OR 97201

Also, if a representative of a student (parent, relative, vocational rehab, etc) wishes to contact us for payment, we cannot disclose any student information unless we have a signed Permission to Release Education Record Information form on hand.

Payment Policy

All tuition and fees are listed in U.S. currency. NUNM maintains tuition, fee and refund policies that are fair and uniformly administered. Tuition and fees for each quarter are payable in full at the beginning of each quarter. All students who elect to pay their account balances with a credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover) will be charged a convenience fee of 3% of the amount paid at the time of processing. Payments made by debit card and/or check will not be charged a fee. The Business Office may apply a late payment fee of $50 to a student’s account unless the student has paid the balance due or made arrangements (i.e., a deferral promissory note) by the end of the second week of each quarter.

Students unable to pay their entire financial balance must see the Business Office to make payment arrangements before the due date. A promissory note may be written to defer payment of tuition until the last day of the quarter. There may be a $20 fee assessed for each deferral. The Business Office may deny or rescind a student’s eligibility for a promissory note if a student misses the required payment due dates, provides inaccurate or incomplete information, or has a poor credit history. Students are not permitted to register for a quarter until all money owed the university is paid in full from previous quarters.

Credit for courses will not be given until tuition and fees have been paid in full. The Business Office may also block future registration until all debts have been paid in full. Transcripts or diplomas will not be issued to students if they owe the university any money, regardless of the source (e.g., outstanding clinic balances). Students with past-due accounts who pay in full with a personal check will have transcripts or diplomas issued to them two weeks after payment.

Any adjustments or modifications to the schedule of tuition charges are subject to the approval of the chief financial officer.