If you want people to be able to pay online for your product, service or event, you can submit a request for an online payment page to be set up in UQ Payments.

Request online payment set-up

Requests take 5 to 7 business days to process. You don’t need to set up online payments for standard invoices.

Online payment outage

From 6pm Friday 6 April until 9am Monday 9 April 2018, payments will not be able to be made online or through OneStop integrated point of sale terminals.

This includes:

  • student fees
  • paying for top-up library services
  • traffic fines
  • event registrations
  • other payments.

This is due to the OneStopSecure upgrade. Email cash@uq.edu.au for more information.

How it works

People can pay online by MasterCard, Visa or American Express and will be emailed a receipt.

If you request the ‘pay later’ option, people can also choose to generate an invoice (known as a ‘proforma invoice’) so they can:

  • pay by other methods: BPAY, electronic funds transfer (EFT) cheque by mail, in person at the cashier
  • have someone else pay on their behalf. This includes online payments using the proforma invoice payment form.

Contact Collections and Receivables if you have any questions about UQ Payments.

Why use UQ Payments

UQ Payments is secure and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It:

  • deposits funds directly into the UQ bank account
  • allocates revenue to nominated areas daily through integration with OneStopSecure and UniFi
  • provides detailed transaction reporting options
  • integrates with existing systems for data validation or payment confirmation.