Welcome to the office of Treasury Services. Treasury Services is a subdivision of Financial Management Services which reports directly to the Office of Business Affairs. The goal of Treasury Services is to provide excellent customer service to our students, faculty, staff, and outside constituents with a great deal of professionalism.
We strive to remain in compliance with all laws, polices, rules and regulations on all levels of its business functions. Treasury Services manages the University’s Accounts Receivables and Cashiering section. We assist students with their tuition & fee accounts, issue student refunds, billing statements, 1098-T forms and receive and manage all incoming funds for the University. We hope that the information on this page will help answer all of your questions and/or address your needs. Please feel free to complete our on-line customer service survey to help us help serve you better.
Information on this page is subject to change without notification
Guaranteed Tuition & Fee Plans
Prairie View A&M University now offers guaranteed tuition & fee plans to all students enrolled. Undergraduate students admitted for Fall 2014 and after will be assigned a 5 year guaranteed tuition and fee rate, while new graduate and doctoral students will be assigned a 4 year guaranteed tuition & fee rate. Undergraduate and graduate students admitted prior to Fall 2014 will be a assigned a 4 year guaranteed tuition and fee rate. This means that the student will be locked in with the tuition & fee rates assigned and will not experience an increase in their tuition & mandatory fees during the guaranteed time period. The guaranteed rate does not include lab fees, meals, housing, or any other miscellaneous charges such as parking. Tuition and fee schedules can be found at http://www.pvamu.edu/fmsv/fee-display/
Flat Rate Tuition
- View Your Tuition and Fees
- Important Tuition Information – Summer and Fall 2016 Payment due dates are ready to be viewed
- Log Into PV PLACE to view Summer 2016 fee assessments
- Student Bill Payments – WEB Payments Made Easier
Variable Rate Tuition
Beginning Fall 2016, Prairie View A&M University will offer a 1 year variable tuition & fee rate plan that may change each year. Unlike the guaranteed rate plan, this rate is only guaranteed for 1 year and is subject to increase the next year. If a student chooses this plan for a year, and then decides to switch to the guaranteed rate plan which is guaranteed for 5 years for undergraduates and 4 years for graduate students, the student will be enrolled in the new cohort guaranteed plan for the term being registered for at the time of selection and not the plan that was offered during the start of the student’s cohort group. The new cohort rate plan may be higher than the student’s assigned cohort group. Students may change their initial selection only once throughout their matriculation at the university. Changes must be made by the start of the University’s 1st class day according to the academic calendar. Changes may be requested by sending an e-mail to email@example.com prior to the start of the 1st class day for the term in which the student wishes to change their plan.
For Academic Year 2016-2017 ( Fall 2016 thru Summer 2017), the variable rate will be the same rate as the guaranteed tuition & fee rate for 1 year. This rate may increase for the Academic Year 2017-2018
Student Drop Dates for Non Payment of Fees
Summer I 2016 Summer II 2016 Fall 2016
Tuition and Fees
- Cost of Tuition and Fees
- Cost of Attendance
- Panther Medical Withdrawal Insurance
- Tuition Set Aside FAQs
- Tuition and Fee Descriptions
- Tuition Set Aside
- Short Term Loans
- Tuition Rebate for Certain Undergraduate Applications
- Working Fund/Petty Cash Procedures
- Working Fund/Petty Cash Request Form
- Working Fund/Petty Cash Responsibility Form
- Working Fund/Petty Cash Receipt of Policy and Procedures
- Cash Handling Departmental Procedures Template
- Cash Handling and Funds Collection Presentation
- Cash Handling frequently Asked Questions
- Cash Receipt Journal
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