All international students can visit the Bursar's Office in the Whitmore Administration Building with questions about bills.
Undergraduate students will see their bill on their page in SPIRE, normally by mid-July for the fall semester and mid-December for the spring semester. These bills will be due in early August for fall and early January for spring, and, if they are not paid (in full) by the due date, residence hall assignments may be cancelled. If you do not receive your bill within these timeframes, please contact the Bursar's Office with subject line: need to discuss a billing matter. You can also visit the Bursar's Office website for more information.
For Undergraduate Exchange Students who are unsure of the exchange agreement and need a reminder about what you are responsible to pay, please know that everyone will recieve an email detailing what you are responsible to pay for. These emails are sent out about a month before the bill is due. Please check your email for this message. If you are still unsure about what items you are responsible to pay after reading the email, please contact Sherry Bohonowicz.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Fall 2012 International Students Services Fee. For details please read the letter from Jack Ahern, Vice Provost of International Programs here. Please note that this fee does not affect any exchange or graduate degree level students.
Bills for graduate students will not be issued until about 3-4 weeks after the start of the semester. Students holding assistantships can arrange for installment payment plan for their bill. All other graduate students are expected to pay their bill in full by the due date. Visit the Bursar's Office website for more information.
Many graduate students will receive, via email, a Fall semester bill from the Bursar's Office in August.
Here is some important info:
The bill that you see in August is PRELIMINARY and can change from now through the end of the Add/Drop Period in September, depending on your course registration. There may be additional charges, as you add courses, and there could be additional credits as assistantships and waivers are processed, for example.
Bills will be FINAL after the end of the Add/Drop Period, and students should plan to make the full payment by that time.
There could be an early September due date listed on the bill, but there is no penalty as long as payment is made by the end of the Add/Drop Period.