Billing and Payment
Semester Bill Date Due Date
Fall 2015 06/01/15 07/10/15
Fall 2015 07/20/15*
*Late fees will be assessed on 07/11/2015. Past due bills will be issued with late fees applied on 07/20/2015. Students with past due balances as of 07/20/15 may be in danger of losing housing assignments and/or places in courses.
Spring 2016 10/23/15 12/09/15
View your eBill HERE.
Each month, an eBill will be generated for all students who have activity of any kind on their student account.
For first-time users: Your eBill user ID is the same as your UArts ID (used to login to your portal and email). You initial password is your birthdate and the last four digists of your social security number, in the following format: MM/DD/YY/SSN# . You will be prompted to change your password once you login. Please store your new password in a secure place. Three unsueccsful login attempts will cause your eBill account to be locked. Contact the Student Financial Services office for help if this happens.
Click HERE for instructions how how to grant e-Bill access to a parent or third party.
Students will be sent a notification email each month informing them that a new monthly billing statement is available via the eBill system. You can also check your eBilling account at any time to see if any new items have been posted to your account since your last billing statement.
Please note that email is the primary mechanism for sending official communications to UArts students. Therefore, you need to check your University email regularly in order to stay abreast of important messages and notifications.
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.
Wire Transfers: For instructions on how to make payment via Wire Transfer / ACH, click HERE:
In order for the Student Financial Services office to discuss account information with a third party (i.e. parent), students must complete a Disclosure Authorization. Click here to complete.
Payment plans are the sensible approach to paying education expenses. They allow for smaller, affordable payments instead of paying your balance in one large lump sum.
Our payment plans are administered through Tuition Management Systems, a nationally known organization that has been helping families afford a quality education with minimal debt acquisition since 1985. You can choose to implement either a 4-month or a 5-month payment plan. Set-up your payment plan HERE.
You can also make one-time payments online through Tuition Management Systems. Follow the above link and choose the second option under "Make a Payment."
Students who fail to make payment or provide documentation of outside sources of payment (including private loans, scholarships, grants, 529 Plans or agency funding) by the due date for the semester will be subjected to the following late fee:
- Balances greater than $1,000.00 will have a late fee of $150.00 added to bill
- Balances less than $1,000.00 will have a late fee of $60.00 added to bill
Master Promissory Note, and Entrance Counseling
Students who recieve Direct Subsidized Loans and / or Direct Unsubsidezed Loans (Stafford) need to complete a Mastery Promissory Note, and Entrance Counseling. These need to be completed only once, not each year. To complete entrance counseling and sign your Master Promissory Note, visit the Student Loans website.
If you are interested in Direct PLUS Loans, please visit our Direct PLUS Loans page.
Health Insurance Waiver
Lean more about the Universitys Health Insurance coverage, and complete a waiver if you have your own coverage here: http://www.uarts.edu/students/health-insurance-university-arts
Students that fail to meet all University registration requirements, including failing to receive approval to attend courses from Student Financial Services will lose their places in classes just prior to the beginning of that term.
Students are billed in advance of each semester in order to give sufficient time to complete all necessary financial aid documents and remit payment. If all requirements are met, SFS will autonomously grant approval to register, drop, add, and attend courses. Students that fail to meet all requirements will be notified 2 weeks prior to the beginning of each fall and spring term. Students enrolling for summer terms will be notified 1 week prior to the beginning of classes. Students enrolling after the published due date of the bill will be expected to remit payment immediately. If requirements are not met prior to the beginning of courses, a student may have their registration removed. In the event this occurs, students will have until the end of the registration period to receive clearance from Student Financial Services and re-enroll in courses. Students may need to enroll in alternate courses or course sections if course sections they were initially registered for have subsequently filled.