Admissions & Aid
The Office of the Bursar offers multiple ways to submit your payments.
Brooklyn College offers a monthly tuition payment plan via Nelnet that breaks down your total tuition balance for the upcoming semester into several payment installments.
How to submit a one-time online payment via CUNYfirst:
If you wish to pay tuition by mail, obtain a copy of your bill from CUNYfirst. Send a copy of your bill with a check or money order made payable to Brooklyn College to:
Enrollment Services Center
Attention Billing and Payments
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
Be sure to include your full name, semester for which you are paying, and your CUNYfirst EMPLID number on the check or money order. Allow five to 10 business days for the receipt and processing of all mailed payments.
For instructions regarding payment submission by wire transfer, contact the Office of the Bursar via phone, 718.951.5200, or e-mail. When submitting a wire payment, ensure that your name and EMPLID are included, and that the payment does not exceed your total tuition amount. For wire transfer payments received in excess of the tuition balance, any excess payment amount will be returned to the issuing bank.
In-person payments can only be accepted when cashiering services are available, Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m.–4:45 p.m. Note that the cashiering services will be available from 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. on days when the college is open but classes are not in session. To submit payments in person, come to the Enrollment Services Center in the lobby of the West Quad Center and take a ticket for Bursar/Payment Services. These payment methods are accepted in person:
Credit cards are not accepted in person. International check payments can be subject to additional processing fees; therefore, Brooklyn College does not receive the payment amount indicated on the check.
For additional inquiries, see the International Payments FAQ.* Payments for balances prior to 2012 cannot be submitted online. Submit these payments in person or via mail (see below for mailing instructions). Personal check payments must be cleared before any holds can be released.