Financial Services provides critical financial and administrative services to students and employee. We are the department that bills students and third parties, processes federal financial aid refunds, pays employees and vendors, procures goods and services, prepares budgets and financial statements, processes accounting entries, reimburses employees for expenses, collects cash receipts, administers parking permits, makes student residency determinations, maintains inventory records and delivers mail to campus.
Payments are accepted at the Cashiers Office either in person or by mail. Accepted payment methods include cash, personal check, and/or third party checks.
Salisbury University is partnered with CashNet to process online payments. To make a payment the student will sign into GullNet and go to:
Accepted credit cards are Visa, MasterCard, and Discover and these payments will be assessed a 2.5% convenience fee. For ACH/electronic check transactions, no fees will apply.
All payments must include the student's id number.
Personal checks are accepted as payment on a student account. All checks and money orders must be in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank. Checks should be made payable to Salisbury University and should include the student's name and student id number. A $35.00 service fee is charged for all returned checks.
Return the payment stub from the bill and either the check and/or money order in the envelope provided. Mail payments should be sent at least five (5) days prior to the due date to assure timely processing and to avoid late payment fees. A $75.00 late payment fee is applied to all payments received after the scheduled due date.
Payments should be mailed to:
P.O. Box 2195
Salisbury, MD 21802-2195
Bring the entire bill and payment to the Cashiers Office, Holloway Hall 219. Because paying in person often involves waiting in line during peak periods, payment via the website or by mail is encouraged.
Fall, Winter and Spring Semesters - 8am to 4:30pm, M-F
The University will accept third party contractual agreements if the following conditions are met:
- The student submits to the Accounts Receivable/Cashiers Office a document of intent from the third party sponsor.
- This document must specify the financial obligation the third party sponsor is to undertake.
The University will bill the third party sponsor after the end of the official registration period for the semester the document of intent stipulates.
Under limited circumstances, the University will accept contractual agreements where the contract is contingent upon the student's earned grade.
Please contact the Accounts Receivable Office at 410-543-6196 for additional information.