If you are paying your University of Maryland University College tuition and/or fees through your employer or sponsor, you can learn more about UMUC's invoicing process below.

Your employer or sponsor must agree to pay UMUC directly upon receipt of the invoice. Invoices are sent to your employer or sponsor after the schedule adjustment period (roughly within one month after the class start date). Invoices are created in advance upon request of the authorizing official.

Important: UMUC does not invoice employers or sponsors for textbooks. Please work with the book provider to see if they will accept book vouchers from your employer or sponsor.

Invoicing for Employers/Sponsors

First Notice: The first invoice is sent after the schedule adjustment period for the class (roughly within one month after the start date of the course). A copy of the invoice, along with payment instructions, are sent to the employer or sponsor.  

Late Notice: A late notice is sent 30 days after the first invoice. The notification sent to the employer or sponsor includes a copy of the invoice, along with payment instructions. The employer or sponsor is also informed that failure to remit payment in full will result in the reinstatement of any unpaid charges to the student's account.

Final notice: A final notice is sent 30 days after the late notice. The notification sent to the employer or sponsor includes a copy of the invoice, along with payment instructions. The employer or sponsor is also informed that failure to remit payment in full will result in the reinstatement of any unpaid charges to the student's account.

Important: As the student, you are ultimately responsible for any unpaid charges on your account. If a third-party employer or sponsor fails to remit payment in full, the charges will be reinstated back to your student account, at which point payment is due immediately.