L3Harris Commons



Credit card service fees can be avoided by using bank account & routing information when paying online.

All credit cards, including corporate credit cards, used to pay for student accounts

are assessed non-refundable service fees.



Making Payments

Payment Options

ONLINE - Avoid a service fee by paying online with an electronic check. 

  • Make payments online through PAWS
  • Electronic Check payments are FREE
  • Credit & debit card payments have a 2.95% service fee
  • Credit & debit card payments for student accounts are accepted online through PAWS only

IN PERSON - Cashier hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM. Located in the L3Harris Commons Building.  

WIRE TRANSFERS - Information on how to complete both international and domestic wire transfers can be found here: Wire Transfers

BY MAIL - Payment by check can be mailed to Student Accounting. Make checks payable to Florida Institute of Technology, and be sure to include the student's complete name and ID number.

Florida Tech Student Accounting
150 W. University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901-6975

Authorized Users

Through the Student Account Center, the student can authorize parents, family, friends, etc. to make online payments on their behalf. Only the student can add and remove authorized users from their Student Account Center.

Authorized Users can log in to the Student Account Center. Students should log in to their account through PAWS.

Notice on Returned Checks

A $30.00 returned check fee will be assessed to the student's account on all returned check payments.

Notice on Late Payments

Full payment of each semester's tuition & fees is due on or before the University-assigned tuition & fee due date, as listed in the Schedule of Classes and on the Academic Calendar. University policy requires that the student ensures all financial aid awards, third party billing, GSA/GTA contracts, tuition remission, personal contributions, and enrollment in the Panther Payment Plan is in order prior to the tuition & fee due date. Failure to do so may result in, but is not limited to, the accrual of finance charges, holds being placed on the student's account that will prevent future registration, online activity, transcript requests, receipt of diploma, and/or the termination of that student's registration for the current semester.


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