Student Financial Services
Student Financial Services is responsible for the billing and collection of student tuition and fees, room and board charges, and the operation of all College loan programs.
The D-Pay System
Student account statements are available via a billing tool called D-Pay. You will receive a message in your Dartmouth email account with enrollment instructions. Once enrolled, you will receive an email whenever a new statement is available.
Unpaid student account balances can prevent enrollment for a term. If a hold is preventing check-in please contact Student Financial Services or the Graduate Studies Office to resolve it.
The penalty for late payment of a student account statement is 1.5% of the balance due. If there is a credit balance in your student account, you may request a refund from the Student Financial Services Office.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the activity fee will be 50% of a normal year. For 2020-21 academic year it the $30 activity fee will automatically be billed to all graduate students in the fall of each year. This fee is used to support social activities for graduate students.