The Bursar's Office is available to assist you Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and Friday from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. For an appointment, please email the Bursar's Office at email@example.com. Appointments are not required for transactions at the cashier windows.
Spring 2023 Billing and Payment Information
Spring 2023 student account balances are due now. Payment plans are available for enrollment. Enroll in a spring payment plan with 50% down and two monthly installments. There is no fee to enroll and no interest on your monthly installments. Check out our payment plans for more information. You must have your balance paid in full, have confirmed financial aid in the amount of your balance, or be enrolled in a payment plan by March 24 to participate in priority registration.
If you register after March 1, you must review your account activity within TouchNet to view your tuition and fees. Spring balances must be paid by March 24 to avoid a hold on registration or official transcripts.
The Student Financial Success Center (SFSC) wants to help you plan your financial success. Whether you are a freshman wanting to lower your student debt or a senior planning to graduate, the SFSC can help you budget and make financial decisions towards a secure future. Make an appointment today and start a better financial future now.
2022 Form 1098-T
Each year, the Bursar's Office makes available the IRS form 1098-T to students whose payments exceed their scholarship/grant aid. Forms for 2022 are now available in the student's TouchNet account.
*An revised email was sent to authorized users with the correct link to the 1098T information page. We apologize for the error.
Student Debt Relief Plan Information
On August 24, 2022, President Biden announced the Student Debt Relief Plan. It includes a one-time student loan cancellation to be granted based on income, and it also extends the loan payment pause through December 31. Students inquiring about their eligibility and to view your complete federal aid history, including loan balances and Pell Grant recipient status, please visit StudentAid.gov.
To manage the high volumes of visitors and prevent login errors, the Department of Education (ED) has activated a Waiting Room for StudentAid.gov. The Waiting Rooms is a "Please Wait" screen that may appear when a visitor reaches StudentAid.gov. Based on site traffic, the average wait time on the screen has been one to two minutes.
To sign up for notifications for the Student Debt Relief Plan, sign up at the ED subscription page.
Financial Care Team
The goal of the Financial Care Team is to assist students who find themselves in unexpected financial distress. If you are unable to pay your balance, please complete a Financial Care Team referral.