Step 7: My Bill

Billing is handled by the Bursar's Office. In some cases, you will receive your bill notice prior to being awarded. This can occur if you do not file the FAFSA early or do not complete and submit requested documentation. For more information on billing, visit the Bursar's Office website

It is important your bill be settled by the due date designated on your bill. If your awarded financial aid (also known as anticipated aid) for the term is not enough to cover all your charges, you will need to pay or make arrangements with the Bursar’s Office to settle your remaining balance by the due date. Other methods for setting your account are available on the 
Bursar's Office website.

To view your account with the Bursar’s Office, on 
ULink click on Account under the Tuition, Fees, Payment Options section. Once accessed you will be able view your charges, disbursed financial aid, residual funds, and undisbursed financial aid (called anticipated aid).
 

Tuition and fees are available on the Bursar's Office website

Information on 
on-campus housing costs and meal plan as well as parking permit cost is available online. Visit the Office of Admission's website for annual undergraduate cost of attendance information

 

Anticipated Aid

Grants, scholarships, accepted federal loans and certified outside/alternative loans are considered anticipated aid toward settling your bill with the Bursar's Office. Your Account listed under the Tuition-Fees-Payment Options on the Student Services tab on ULink will reflect your current anticipated aid amount.

  

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