Your go-to place for student fee information.

Welcome to the Bursar's Office 

Due to the recent University of Memphis closures for inclement weather, we have extended web registration dates to accommodate course scheduling needs. Web registration will be available through Thursday, January 25, 2018 at midnight for first part of term, full part of term, UofM Global and TN e-campus (RODP) classes for Spring 2018.

HOWEVER, any new registration would be subject to the Late Registration Fee of $100.00.  Please review the Fee Adjustment/REFUND Deadlines for Tuition and Fee via SPRING 2018 REFUND CALENDAR.

FINANCIAL AID NOTE:  Financial aid, especially Federal Pell Grant and TN State Grant awards, may be adjusted based on dropping or adding classes through January 25, 2018.


College is worth every penny you invest in it. Your diploma will open doors and opportunities that will change your life. So, keeping up with tuition and fees is important. By exploring the Bursar's Office website, you'll find your student fee information and general payment guidelines; and you can go to TigerXpress, where you can view your account detail, pay your fees and charges online, sign up for the Installment Payment Plan, and sign up for eRefunds (direct deposit) for fastest receipt of excess financial aid/scholarships. Visit us at the Bursar's Office for all your Campus (ID) Card needs. This card can be your key to good food and fun around campus. For more information on any of these topics, check out our site, or come see us at the Bursar's Office!


Departmental Information

115 Wilder Tower
Memphis, TN 38152

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 901.678.2712  |  Fax: 901.678.0288 or 901.678.2772  |  E-mail:

No payment or other action shall waive or excuse the rights and responsibilities of the student or University, including, but not limited to, the University as Lessor and its right to evict the Lessee for failure to pay rent in a timely manner, or any other breach of the lease. Unpaid or late rental payment may result in holds being placed on University records, such as student’s grades, transcripts and diplomas, and on registration for future semesters.