On-line Payments

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Introduction

The University has a facility to allow you to pay amounts due by credit/debit card quickly and efficiently. This allows payment of outstanding Tuition and Accommodation Fees and also allows advance payments to be made towards both where appropriate.

Students with PEGASUS Access

If you are a registered student you should access your PEGASUS account which will enable you to make an advance payment towards fees and also allow you to view and pay any outstanding student fees. 

To make an advance payment towards fees which are not currently outstanding please select Finance / Finance Services/ Advance Payments

If you have an outstanding fee, to view and make payment of this please select Finance / Finance Services / Payment of Outstanding Student Fees.  In order to use this service you will need to register on the FMS payment system this will enable you to view all outstanding balances including Library Fines etc. and you can elect to pay all or part of the balances shown.

Advance Payments and Students without Pegasus Access

If you have been allocated a Student Registration Number by the Student Experience and Enhancement Services but as yet have neither registered nor have access to PEGASUS, you can still make an online payment in advance through the following link:

https://pegasus.strath.ac.uk/forward/payments/opencontrol/regPage

Although your Tuition/Accommodation fees do not appear on the Finance System at this stage, making an advance payment should speed up allocation of your payment.

We accept Switch/Maestro, Solo, Mastercard, VISA, VISA Debit, American Express and Diners Club.

 

Security

This site is secured using a Thawte SSL Web Server Certificate to offer you secure communications by encrypting all data to and from the web payment site. Your credit card details are confidential to the bank and are not forwarded to the University.

The University of Strathclyde recognises that your personal privacy is a serious and important issue and we support the principle of protecting privacy on the Internet within the context of current UK legislation. For the University's Data Protection information go to the Data Protection webpage.