General Payment Guidelines

On-Campus Payment Channels (Mapúa University)

The Treasury Office accepts the following modes of payment from applicants, students, parents and third parties for payment of tuition and other charges:

  • Cash – Payments can be in peso or US dollar. Please note that US dollar denominations are converted to peso using the prevailing exchange rate at the time of transaction.

  • Check – Payments must be made payable to Mapúa University, and the date must be set on the date when the payment is made. The cashiers accept personal or manager’s check. Kindly write the following information at the back of the check: Student Name, Student Number, Name of Payor and Contact Number

  • Credit/Debit Card – Clients may use either their credit or debit card to settle their account balances. Cardholders should personally transact and must present a valid ID Card for validation purposes.

Online Payment Procedures

You can pay for your school fees online either through MyMapúa, Parent Portal, or electronic funds transfer (bank to bank).

MyMapúa/Parent Portal (RCBC Bankard, Land Bank, and PayMaya)
RCBC Online Banking under Bills Payment

A. RCBC Account Holder through MyMapua/Parent Portal (RCBC Online banking)

B. Online Bank Transfer (Bank Transfer & G Cash)


Pay-in-Person Payment Procedures

A. Over the Counter (OTC) at any RCBC or Cebuana Lhuillier branch

B. Payment remittance from abroad


DOWNLOADABLE FORMS

Application for Refund
Promissory Note

To send the Promissory Note, you can do one of the following:

  • Print, sign, scan, and email a copy to treasury@mapua.edu.ph. Please include the following in your email:
    • »   Subject line: Promissory Note
    • »   Student name
    • »   Student number
    • »   Contact Number

  • Convert Word file into a fillable PDF form and email a copy to treasury@mapua.edu.ph.
  • Sign a handwritten promissory note, take a photo of it, and email it to treasury@mapua.edu.ph.

Note: Promissory notes must be submitted together with the scanned copies of the Student ID and any government-issued ID with signature of the parents or guardians. The payment date indicated in the promissory note should be within the current quarter period.


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