Rental Payments

Looking for University housing? The University Housing Office can help you identify available rentals and develop a rental agreement. With that in place, the Rent Department manages your security deposit and collects your monthly rental payments.

Rental Amounts and Due Date

  • Amount: Your monthly rent amount is stated on your rental agreement. 

  • Due Date: The monthly amount is due on the first day of each month. 

  • Contact: If you have questions about your monthly rental payment, contact the Rent Department.

Payments

Paid by the University?

If you are a University employee or graduate student receiving payments through payroll, your monthly rental payment will automatically be deducted from your paycheck. When you pay your rent this way, your payment is always for the month in which the deduction occurs. If your University payment is insufficient to cover the full amount of your monthly rental payment, you will be notified by email of the outstanding balance. You should remit this balance due to the rent department in a timely manner. 

Note to Faculty

Starting with the 2020-21 rental contracts, all rental contract payments will be collected over 12-months regardless of the payment frequency selected.  Faculty are encouraged to elect salary be paid over 12-months to coincide with the collection of their rental contract. If you have questions about your rental payment, contact the Rent Department.

Not Paid by the University?

Since your rental payment cannot be deducted from a paycheck in this case, you will receive a bill for your rent from the University’s billing service provider, ECSI. Your bill will include remittance instructions and details regarding how to access your online billing account, should you prefer to make automatic payments from your checking or savings account. A $25.00 fee will be assessed for any check or electronic payment request that is not honored by your bank. Contact the Rent Department if you have any problems accessing your billing account or have questions about your billing statement.