Welcome to Curry! This page will provide you with the information you need to pay your tuition and fee charges while enrolled at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education.
This page covers:
- Tuition & Fees;
- Billing & Payment;
- Drops & Withdrawals;
- Financial Aid;
- Third Party & Employer Payments;
- Resources for Educators;
- Resources for UVa Employees;
- Resources for Military Personnel; and
- Tax Information.
Most of the links below are to the Office of Student Financial Services. Their staff will be able to help you navigate your student account and financial aid application.
Student Financial Services provides the following resources on their website:
- Viewing and paying your bill;
- Giving parents/others access to your student account;
- Setting up a payment plan;
- Using 529 and other pre-paid plans;
- Making international payments;
- Using the Brewer deferment plan; and
- Getting emergency loans.
Students in Curry's on-Grounds programs should refer to the Undergraduate or Graduate Record for the drop/withdrawal schedule. Students in Curry's off-Grounds and online programs should refer to Curry's drop/withdrawal policy for information about drop and refund schedules.
Students at Curry have several forms of financial aid available to them. Federal financial aid for graduate and undergraduate students is managed by the Office of Student Financial Services. The Curry Foundation offers scholarships, fellowships, and awards to students annually. Curry departments also have full and partial funding for select MEd, EdS, and doctoral students.
Students are responsible for all tuition and fees associated with their enrollment in classes. Students can work with Student Financial Services to request third-party and employer billing if the agency has agreed to pay all or a specified portion of student charges, the payments will be sent directly from the agency to UVa, and the agency requires UVa to issue an itemized invoice addressed in their name. For more information about initiating third-party and employer payments, students should visit the website for Student Financial Services. Please note that students receiving tuition reimbursement through their employers are not eligible for third-party billing; for more information about tuition reimbursement, please see the Tuition Reimbursement website. Students who are enrolled in coursework as part of a school division's contract with the University will have their charges taken care of automatically, as dictated by the contract. If you are unsure of whether you are part of a contract, please contact your school division.
Educators have several resources available to help them pay for their continued education.
- Reduced tuition rates for eligible preK-12 educators;
- The TEACH Grant; and
- Teacher Loan Forgiveness.
The Curry School of Education offers education benefits, above the $2,000 centrally funded benefit, to eligible UVa employees enrolled in Curry graduate programs. Employees must be enrolled as graduate degree or non-degree students in order to be eligible for the benefit. Additional information about the benefit can be found on Curry’s Education Benefits homepage.
The Office of Student Financial Services works to ensure that veterans, family members of veterans, and active military personnel receive the educational benefits for which they are eligible. Resources include information about using veteran benefits, UVa ROTC programs, and using active military tuition assistance.
Students and parents may be eligible for education tax benefits, including the American Opportunity Credit, Lifetime Learning Credit, Tuition & Fees Deduction, and Student Loan Interest Deduction. The University will report the total amount billed to students via the 1098-T form. Students can find information about the taxability of scholarships and information for non-resident aliens through Student Financial Services.
Have additional questions?
If you have questions about the charges in your student account, paying your charges, or federal financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services at email@example.com or 434-982-6000.
If you have received financial aid from your department and have questions, please contact your department administrator.
If you are a prospective student seeking more information about Curry programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.