Third Party Billing
PROCEDURES WHEN A THIRD PARTY ORGANIZATION IS PAYING FOR A STUDENT'S TUITION & FEES
UCF reserves the sole right to accept or reject any third-party sponsor request. If a student's employer or another sponsor intends to pay the student's tuition and fees, the student may submit a third-party sponsorship letter or voucher to the Student Account Services office. This authorizes UCF to bill the employer or sponsor directly. When a third-party sponsorship has been approved, payment for courses by the sponsor is required according to the university billing schedule regardless of whether or not the student completes the course and without consideration of the grade. Third-party students are subject to late payment penalties if the third-party sponsor does not pay within the allotted time and will be responsible for the entire course fee if the third-party sponsor does not pay.
It is the student's responsibility to submit the tuition assistance or billing authorization to Student Account Services before the payment deadline date of the term. Student Account Services will submit an invoice to the Third Party after add/drop for the authorized courses and will defer the tuition due date up to 60 days to allow time for the Third Party sponsor to remit payment. If a student receives financial aid or other sources of funding the first funding posted to the Student's Account will apply to the charges. Once the secondary funding posts, the student may be eligible for a refund of any excess funding. The student is ultimately responsible for payment of any tuition and fees not paid by the Third Party Sponsor and may be placed on Financial Hold until paid.
Please submit all Third Party Billing inquiries and Sponsorship letters or vouchers as a scanned attachment in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 407-823-6476.