Timelines & fees
If you are currently enrolled, you will receive an email notice that your student account billing statement is ready to be viewed online. The email notice will be sent to your University-assigned email account approximately one week after the semester begins and monthly thereafter. You are responsible for checking your University-assigned email account for your billing notice email and for making your account payment(s) on time.
Your billing statement will list the new balance total, the minimum payment due, and a due date. To avoid paying any late payment fees or installment plan charges you must pay in full by the first due date. Payments must be received by the due date to be considered on time. Online payments can be made with an eCheck from your checking or savings account or by credit card. See Due dates and payment options for links to where, when, and how to pay.
If you pay less than the full payment due by the due date and you are officially admitted to a University degree or certificate program, you will be placed on an installment payment plan at a cost of $35 per semester. That fee will be added to the balance due on your next billing statement. In addition, you will be assessed a $30 late payment fee on your next statement any time your payment is less than the minimum amount due by the due date.
If you are not officially admitted to a University degree or certificate program, you are not eligible for the installment plan. You must pay in full by the payment due date, or all of your courses for the current semester will be canceled.
You will receive paper billing statements only if you are a non-enrolled student or enrolled in the Senior Citizen Education Program. If you believe your personal situation warrants an exemption from electronic billing, please complete the Electronic Billing Exemption Appeal Form available online or at any One Stop Student Services Center. If your appeal is approved, you will receive paper billing statements.