Find information related to your college tuition bill, payments, holds, tuition waivers, and installment-payment options.
Completing Online Student Account Transactions Get information about affirming enrollment, waiving the alumni fee, authorizing Federal Title IV Aid for non-institutional expenses ( parking permit fees, Alumni Fee, miscellaneous health center charges, the mandatory student insurance policy, or campus debit systems such as the BASC Easy Money program), waiving health insurance, making online payments, signing up for direct deposit or payment plans, etc.
Applying for New York State Tuition Status — Eligibility for New York state tuition status is based upon being a New York state resident. Requirements for establishing New York state residency vary for different individuals. Questions about New York State Tuition Status may be directed to Teresa Major, director of student accounts, in writing or by calling (585) 395-2473.
Billing, Payments, Refunds, and Tuition Waivers
Student Charges —The Office of Student Accounts does not set rates for all student charges. However, staff can help answer many questions that students have about these charges. Please note that fees for tuition, room, meal plans, health insurance and other services are subject to change. The Office of Student Accounts will update fees on their Web site when a fee is changed.
Tax Relief Act of 1997 — Information on tax credits.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Policy
Frequently Asked Questions
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The Financial Aid Office and its Student Aid Resource Center are available to assist you with any aspect of financing your college education. We can help you with services such as locating and applying for private, federal and state aid, and repayment of your loans after graduation. Financial Aid forms can be found online in our Financial Aid Office Forms Center.
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If you are expecting a financial aid disbursement and have not yet had it credited to your student account, or you have not yet received an expected refund, please make sure the following steps have been completed:
- Have you affirmed your enrollment and accepted financial responsibility?
- Have you accepted any aid offered to you by going to our Web sites Online Services page?
- Have you registered for the number of credits that you indicated you would on your financial aid application (FAFSA) for the semester in question or filed a credit change form with the Financial Aid Office?
- Have you signed any necessary loan promissory notes on the Web or signed and returned any hard copy promissory notes you may have received in the mail?
- Have you completed the pre-loan counseling tutorial at least once?
- Have you completed the Title IV authorization?
These steps must be completed before financial aid funds may be disbursed. If you have not yet applied for financial aid, or have not received your award letter, you should be prepared to pay your bill from your own resources. Contact the Financial Aid Office at (585) 395-2501 if you have questions.
Students’ who are awarded an Extraordinary Academic Scholarship will automatically receive a credit to their student bill. (You’ll see it noted as a line-item deduction.) You also may access a database of other scholarships and awards on the Scholarship Web page.
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Last Updated 6/16/11