Billing Dates and Policies

Cazenovia College assesses semester charges twice during the academic year via an electronic billing E-Bill.  Students receive notification through their Cazenovia College email accounts when bills have been posted.  Students can access their billing through the Cazenovia College website by going to the Intranet Resources page and choosing the Self Service portal.

Students are considered financially responsible meaning all accounts are carried in the name of the student regardless of the source of payment. Students can download or print out copies to share billing information with parents, guardians, 529 Plans, etc.

Please review the billing table below for billing dates and payment due dates.

Late Fees
A late fee charge of $150 will be assessed on semester balances remaining unpaid after the semester payment due date.

 

Billing Cycle for Tuition, Room, Board and Fees

Semester Billing Date Payment Due Date
Summer Session 1 May 1 June 1
Summer Session 2 June 1 July 1
Summer College June 1 July 1
Fall June 10 August 4
Spring December 1 January 4
 

Billing Cycle for Student Charges

Billing Dates Payment Due Date
September 1 October 1
October 1 November 1
November 1 December 1
February 1 March 1
March 1 April 1
April 1 May 1
May 1 June 1


The following information is provided to assist you in understanding the billing and payment procedures at Cazenovia College.  For more information, contact us at 315-655-7888 or by e-mail at bursar@cazenovia.edu.

Billing

Students may view their billing statement in the Student Finance Section on the Self Service Portal, accessible on the Intranet Resources page. The first charges for the fall semester are made available in June. The spring semester charges are made available the first week of December. These initial statements list tuition and applicable fees, room and board for residential students as well as estimated financial aid, payments and the balance due. Activity on your account after the initial billing statement is created may affect the amount you are responsible to pay. Such activity could include adding or dropping a class, changing housing status or meal plans, bookstore charges or changes to your financial aid package including outside funding sources (loans, scholarships, etc.).

Email communication is only sent to the Cazenovia College email address letting them know when their billing statement is available.  However, students are encouraged to stay informed on a regular basis by accessing the Student Finance section in Self Service at any time throughout the year.

Please note:  June 1st is the due date for all past-due student account balances, the Returning Registration deposit of $125, as well as return of the completed Financial Guarantee Statement.  Failure to meet this due date will result in loss of housing and course registrations for the upcoming academic year.  In the event of cancelation and reinstatement, every effort will be made to honor the student’s original selections, however, no guarantee can be made.

Estimated Financial Aid

The Bursar/Student Account Office will accept credit against the Student Account balance for estimated financial aid under the following circumstances:

Institutional/Merit Awards

Credit will be recognized when the award is added to the Financial Aid Package.

Outside Scholarships

Awards from outside sources will not appear on the student account. Credit can be recognized against the balance due on a temporary basis with the receipt of written documentation from the awarding agency.  Actual credit will be given when the funds are received.

TAP/State Awards

Credit will be recognized when the student has received an award certificate from New York State HESC.

Student Loans

Credit will be recognized when verification is complete, the award letter signed and returned, and in the case of first time borrowers, when the MPN and entrance interview are complete.

Parent PLUS Loans

Approval of the PLUS Loan is necessary.  Processing requires the MPN and application when the parent is a first time borrower or a new borrower for a current student.  Repeat borrowers must file the application annually.  Please visit www.studentloans.gov for more information.

Alternative Loans

Alternative Education Loan funding sources vary greatly by lender.  Estimated credit will be recognized when loan guarantee is received by the Cazenovia College Financial Aid Office from the lender, and then only on loans that require school certification and direct payment is made to the college.

NOTE:  Loans in which borrowers opt for variations such as no school certification or in which funds are sent directly to the borrowers are not recognized for advance credit.

Although Work-Study may be part of your Financial Aid package, but is not a guarantee of employment and will not be deducted from your Student Account.

Payment Plans

Monthly Plan

Cazenovia College offers monthly payment plans through Cashnet. These interest free plans allows families to spread their payments over 10 months for the academic year, or 5 months for the semester. There is a required enrollment fee of $55 for the 10 month plan and $35 for the 5 month plan. Our monthly payment portal through Cashnet is available at https://commerce.cashnet.com/cazenoviapay. For additional information, please call our Enrollment Services Office at 1-800-654-3210 (or 315-655-7888).

Payments Methods

Pay student account balances online

Credit card payments (Visa, MasterCard & Discover) are processed from the Make a Payment Page on Student Finance.

Pay by mail

Checks should be made out to Cazenovia College, and mailed to: Cazenovia College, Attn:  Business Office, Cazenovia, NY 13035.  Please indicate the student ID number on the check. Cash payments are accepted in person at the Business Office and the Office of Enrollment Services. If you have questions, please contact the Enrollment Services Center at 315-655-7888.

Veteran's Education Benefits
Post-9/11 GI Bill &Yellow Ribbon Program

Cazenovia College participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Eligible military veterans can learn more at the www.benefits.va.gov/gibill. Please note that veterans must be entitled to the maximum benefit rate in order to be, or have their dependents be considered for this program.

Apply for VA education benefits through the Veterans Administration at the above website and then once approved contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 315-655-7888.

Any questions regarding veteran’s benefits may be directed to either the nearest VA regional benefits office or to the Office of Enrollment Services.