Billing Statements: At The College at Brockport, student charges are initiated by the course registration process and by the student affirming enrollment and accepting financial responsibility. Electronic bills (eBills) are the exclusive billing method for all College at Brockport student account balances. Students will receive notification via their Brockport e-mail address whenever a new eBill is available. If the student chooses to designate an authorized user(s), that user will receive eBill notification via the e-mail address listed for them by their student. Students can also choose to receive a cell phone TXT message alerting them to the availability of a new billing statement. Billing statements will not be mailed. Students can print a bill by accessing their account online. Important Note: If your student account has been referred to an external collection agency and/or the Office of the Attorney General, you are not eligible to receive an electronic bill. You must contact the collection agency or the Attorney General directly with all billing and payment questions.
Late Payment Fees & Penalties: Failure to make payment by the required due date may result in the assessment of a $30 late charge each month and/or the blocking of College services, which includes removal from current or future course enrollment, eligibility to register for future course enrollment, and transcript, grading and diploma privileges. If payment made by any check (including electronic, personal, business, or third party) is not honored by the bank (NSF/returned check), the College reserves the right to remove the student's current course registration. NOTE: Class nonattendance does not excuse financial obligation; students will be responsible for full payment of the course schedule whether or not they attend class.
Special notes about WinterSession:
Application of Financial Aid to Student Accounts As financial aid arrives on campus, the excess aid is disbursed to the student if there is enough other valid aid to cover the semester bill. The Office of Student Accounts mails financial aid refund checks to the student's local address; checks CANNOT be picked up at the office. VERY IMPORTANT: It is the student's responsibility that correct, valid active addresses are maintained on the student record. Refund checks will not print for students that do not have valid active addresses on file. The Office of Student Accounts also offers direct deposit to the bank of your choice. Please click here for more information on Direct Deposit.
If The College at Brockport defers the payment of your bill based on an anticipated/ authorized financial aid award, and if that award is later denied or declined, the outstanding balance will be due immediately and late payment fees and other penalties, including but not limited to, removal from current or future course enrollment and the application of holds preventing registration and transcript release, may apply. Payment may not be deferred except on the basis of authorized financial aid. Estimates of financial aid are not acceptable deferments. Applications for financial aid (loans, grants or scholarships) mailed to the Office of Student Accounts cannot be used as payments.
Page last updated February 18th, 2013.
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