Billing, Holds, and Collections

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Billing, Holds, and Collections


Billing Guidelines

Billing is provided to you in your ePay Center, and it is your responsibility to check your bill and satisfy your financial obligation to the University by the designated semester payment due date.  If you are registering for classes after the semester due date, payment is due immediately.  All miscellaneous fees and fines assessed to the student account are due at the time of assessment. 

Students may satisfy their bill with:

  • Full payment;
  • Enrollment in the Deferred Tuition Payment Plan;
  • Financial Aid/Third-Party awards; or
  • Any combination of these options that result in no balance being owed to the University.
    Every time you register for a course, a charge is generated and placed on your account. Remember, your online account is your official bill and no other bill will be mailed; therefore, it is important that you check your account statement every time you register and that you pay in full in a timely manner.

Late Fees

Students who fail to pay their bill in a timely manner will be assessed late fee(s). Failure to pay may result in placement with a national collection agency and/or placement in the New Jersey Division of Taxation’s Set-off of Individual Liability (SOIL) program (please see below.)