Understanding Your EBill

Understanding Your EBill

EBills provide a summary of charges, payments, and credits/financial aid and refunds for approximately a 30-day period within an enrollment period (Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer).

You are responsible for remitting the Total Due presented on the EBill by the due date listed.

The first EBill of each enrollment period will deduct anticipated financial aid from your total due. All subsequent EBills for an enrollment period will expect all anticipated financial aid to be disbursed to your student account and will no longer be deducted from the total due.

The first EBill of each enrollment period will also display estimated tuition charges if you are not registered for classes by the EBill production date. This estimate is based on full-time enrollment and will be adjusted when your registration is complete.

Your EBill will list information in the following categories:


Includes all direct charges assessed to the student account. These include but are not limited to tuition and fees, housing, room and board, and student insurance


Includes all payments, disbursed financial aid, and third-party or sponsored payments.

Anticipated/Pending Financial Aid

Includes all financial aid currently awarded to you but not yet disbursed and intended to pay charges on your student account. Inquiries about Pending Financial Aid should be forwarded to your Financial Aid Office for Loans and/or Dean of Students Office for Institutional Aid.

Refunds and Stipend Disbursements

Refunds are those payments issued to the student directly as a result of a financial aid or loan overpayment and payments of cash in excess of charges.

Graduate students may also receive a Stipend Disbursement via the Refund Process. 

Please review the Refund Process for detailed processing information.