The Bursar's Office normal office hours will resume Monday, July 6. Students may visit the Bursar's Office Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and Friday 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. For an appointment, please email the Bursar's Office at email@example.com.
Fall 2020 Billing and Payment Information
Fall 2020 tuition and fees have been assessed and are available to view in the student's TouchNet account. Enroll in the fall 2020 payment plan today to get started on your payments and help lower your overall monthly installments. The payment plan requires 20% minimum down payment with four monthly installments. Click on payment plans below to view all the fall payment plan options.
CARES Act/HEERF Emeregency Grant Fund Application
Students who did not qualify for the first distribution of HEERF monies may still be eligible for future assistance. To apply, a student must have filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to confirm Title IV eligibility and submit a CARES Act/HEERF Emergency Grant Fund Application. The student will receive a response regarding the decision once the application has been reviewed. This may take up to several weeks.
Students enrolled in an online program, international, or DACA students are not eligible for CARES Act funding, but may request emergency assistance by submitting a Financial Care Team referral.
The CARES Act does not allow the University to apply funds to a student’s past due balance. A student who owes the University is still expected to have their balance resolved by the established due date to maintain fall enrollment and remain in good standing with the University.
Students who owe for any summer term are now past due and have a hold placed on their account. Please note, your fall financial aid will not pay towards your summer balance. Therefore, you will need to resolve your account balance to add or enroll in fall 2020 courses.