Billing & Payment

Caution-2Parents and guardians: due to FERPA regulations, we can only discuss fee bills with students or Authorized Users. Students can complete a FERPA waiver and add Authorized Users to allow access to others.

  

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Pay Your Bill Online

Enter the Student Administration System to pay your bill online. Please do not use the Chrome browser at this time for online payments. UConn Early College Experience bills are sent directly to the student via email. The office will use the email addresses provided during the Compass application process. Bills are sent after the students' course enrollment is complete, beginning in July.

All students are billed by e-mail notification only. Failing to receive an e-mail bill notification does not absolve the student of the responsibility of payment by the due date. Students have 24/7 access to view any term fee bill through accessing their student account in the Student Administration System. Bills for fall and full-year courses will be due in November. Bills for spring courses will be due in January.

Steps to pay using the University System by credit card or electronic check

Students and Authorized Users can pay a bill through the Student Administration System (SAS) at http://studentadmin.uconn.edu/. You will need an active NetID and password to log in to SAS. If you have problems with your NetID, visit https://netid.uconn.edu/.

After logging in:

* If this is your first time logging into the Student Administration System you will be prompted to complete a FERPA Privacy Waiver. Once you add a designee or confirm that you do not wish to disclose information to a designee, you will be able to save and continue to view or pay your fee bill by following the instructions below. 

  1. Click Self Service in the menu, then Student Center.
  2. From the Student Center, scroll down to the Finances area, and click Pay Fee Bill, Authorize Users, Manage Payment Plan.
  3. You will be redirected to a different website, click on the green tab that says Make Payment to Proceed.
  4. After reviewing the current balance, continue by selecting Make a Payment.
  5. Continue, by selecting a) current account balance or b) entering an amount in the provided box. Enter a memo and proceed by clicking Continue.
  6. Click on the Payment Method drop box to select the type of payment you would like to use. The options available are: New Electronic Check (checking/savings) or Credit Card via PayPath. After selecting your option, continue by clicking Select.
  7. To pay by credit card: After selecting to pay with a credit card, proceed by selecting Continue to PayPath. You will be redirected to the PayPath Payment Service website.
  8. Follow the steps, enter card information, review, submit, and keep a copy of the receipt for your records.
  9. To pay with an Electronic Check: After selecting to pay with an electronic check, enter your account information on the provided boxes. Click Continue to proceed. Review your transaction details and proceed by clicking Submit Payment. Save a copy of the receipt for your records.

Note: Credit card payments can be made with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, JCB, BC Card, DinaCard and Diner's Club. A 2.75% non-refundable convenience fee will apply to your transaction. This convenience fee is required to offset the expense of offering credit cards as a payment option and is paid directly to the credit card processor.

Electronic checks (E-Checks) do not have a cost but any returned E-Checks will be assessed a $25 charge.

Refunds

We are happy to announce that students now have access to request their refunds online. Any student who needs to make a request for a refund should visit the University of Connecticut Office of the Bursar's website to start your Student Refund Request. Please click here to begin the Student Refund Request. In the event that the Bursar's Office issues you a refund in error the University reserves the right to reclaim such funds.

A UConn Course at the Fraction of the Cost

UConn Early College Experience courses are offered at a greatly reduced cost compared to the identical course offered on a UConn campus. Program fees are $35 per registered course credit. In addition, a $20 University resource fee is automatically added to each course offered through UConn ECE. Most courses are three or four credit hours.

The same three-credit course offered to non-degree students through the Office of the Registrar in 2016-2017 is approximately $1,705; the same four-credit course is approximately $2,143. UConn ECE strives to provide substantial long-term savings for students and parents.

Students who participate in the Government Subsidized Free/Reduced Lunch Program are eligible for a UConn ECE program fee waiver. Contact your school counselor for more information.

Program Fees

  • 2 credit course- $90
  • 3 credit course - $125
  • 4 credit course - $160

Any enrollment changes done during the Add/Drop Period will incur a $25 processing fee. A student wishing to withdraw from a course after the Add/Drop deadline is responsible for all program fees and must submit a Withdraw/Audit (WAU) form.

Billing Deadlines

  • Full-year and fall course bills are due November 22.
  • Spring course bills are due January 8.

Billing Help

Contact us for billing questions:
Email: ecebilling@uconn.edu
Phone: 860.486.5100

Contact UITS for NetID problems:
Email: helpcenter@uconn.edu
Phone: 860.486.4357

 

 All Payment Methods 

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Online Home Bill Pay

If you do your banking electronically, you can make payments directly to UConn through your own bank’s online bill paying system. Set up UConn the same way you would any other payee. Simply select “UConn Fee Bill” from your bank’s list of payees. If your bank does not use a pre-defined list then carefully enter the name “UConn Fee Bill” as the payee. For the account number, carefully enter your student’s 7-digit UConn ID and use the address indicated below:

UConn Fee Bill
233 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4100
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4100

Please note that you must call your bank directly for assistance with this payment type. Each bank is different, and our office cannot assist with your personal bank.

Paying by Mail

Please do not send cash through the mail. Checks or money orders are the only acceptable forms of mailed payments. Checks should be made payable to “The University of Connecticut” and must indicate the student’s ID number to ensure proper posting.

Payment made by mail, including registered and overnight mail, should be sent to:

The University of Connecticut
Office of the Bursar, Unit 4100
233 Glenbrook Rd.
Storrs, Connecticut 06269-4100

Any returned items will be assessed a $25 returned check fee. You may appeal a return check fee online

Paying by Credit Card

The university accepts credit card payments via Student Administration System only. Credit card payments are not taken at the cashier’s window or by telephone.

Paying in Person

Walk-in payments by check or cash can be made by going to a UConn Bursar's Office at Storrs or at a Regional Campus. Checks will be scanned and turned into electronic payments.

The Bursar's Office at the Storrs Campus is located in the Wilbur Cross Building.

There is also a Payment Drop Box across from the Information Desk in Wilbur Cross.

Failure to Pay Your Bill on Time

Hold Policy

Students with outstanding balances on their fee bills will have a “Bursar hold” placed on their accounts. This hold prevents students from accessing services such as class registration, library services, transcripts and other important services. All students are billed by e-mail notification only. Failing to receive an e-mail bill notification does not absolve the student of the responsibility of payment by the due date. Students have 24/7 access to view any term fee bill through accessing their student account in the Student Administration System.

Late Fee Policy

A late payment fee of $50 is payable by all UConn ECE students whose tuition and fees are not paid in full by the published fee bill due date. Checks returned by the bank for any reason are considered a late payment. Additionally, students will have services such as class registration denied if all fees have not been paid by the due date. If you need to appeal a late fee, please submit the late fee appeal form using the student's information.