Out of School Tuition Accounts

Students who leave the College are required to pay their outstanding tuition balance or work out a payment plan prior to their departure.

If you graduate or are no longer enrolled at D'Youville College and have an outstanding balance, a hold is placed on future registration and all official documents, including transcripts and diplomas, until the account is satisfied in full. D’Youville College offers students several options including payment in full and monthly payment arrangements.

Payment Plans

To set up mutually agreeable payment arrangements please contact:

Jacob Kopera
Collections Coordinator
D'Youville College
320 Porter Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14201
Phone: (716) 829-7642
Fax: (716) 829-7722
Email: koperaj@dyc.edu

Delinquent Accounts

Failure to respond to the College or remit monthly payments may result in the following:

  • 1% monthly interest charge
  • Your account may be assigned to a collection agency or an attorney for litigation or wage garnishment
  • Collection fees of up to 33.33% may be added to your outstanding balance
  • Accounts are reported to the credit bureaus as past due, which may affect employment or future financing opportunities.
  • Students may also be held responsible for any reasonable collection fees, attorney fees, and court costs to collect outstanding balances.

Need Help?

Additional loan resources may also be available to assist students with an outstanding balance from a prior semester.

Private Credit Based Lenders:

Navient: 1 (888) 272-5543

  • Past due balances up to 1 year after last attendance may be eligible
  • Student may have attended less than half time

Union Federal : 1 (866) 513-8445

  • Past due balances up to 180 days after last attendance may be eligible
  • Student must have attended at least half time

Citizens : 1 (800) 708-6684

  • Past due balances up to 90 days after last attendance may be eligible
  • Students must have attended at least half time

Please contact the Financial Aid Office at (716) 829-7500 for more information.


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