The Bursar’s office is responsible for the collection of educational costs for Ursuline College students.
College is a challenging experience and managing the finances that go along with it can be a daunting task. This page is intended to give you the information and instructions you need to stay on top of your financial status during your time at Ursuline College.
Stay on top of your account by accessing your real-time balance through CashNet. Click here to learn how to view a student account balance. Checking your balance on a regular basis will help you stay on top of any outstanding charges you may owe. Balances must be paid in full in-order to register for your next semester.
Waitlisted courses will not be included on your student statement until you have been officially registered for the course.
Tuition Payments can be made using the following options:
All tuition, residence hall charges, and fees are payable per semester on the first day of class unless a student chooses one of the following alternative payment options.
The monthly payment plan offers students the opportunity to spread their tuition payments, interest-free, over 4 or 5 monthly installments per semester. A separate payment plan form must be filled out for each semester. Payment plans are not available for the Summer Semester. Payment plans need to be submitted no later than the first week of the semester. Payment plan forms can be emailed to email@example.com or dropped off at the Student Services Center located in the Mullen Building, room 203. There is a $25.00 fee applied to all plans.
The tuition deferment form can be used by any student that is eligible for an Employer Tuition Reimbursement Program. An employer reimbursement policy must accompany this form. Tuition deferment forms must be completed for each semester that a student chooses to defer tuition costs. There is a $25.00 processing fee for selecting to use the tuition deferment.
Tuition Costs are available on the Tuition and Costs page. Once on the page, use the left side navigation to find costs for Undergraduate, Accelerated/UCAP, and Graduate Students.
Information on tuition refunds and return of federal Title IV funds can be found here.
For questions regarding your account, financial aid, or loans please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 440.646.8309.