You may view your tuition bill online once you have access to your CNET ID. It is important to note that your advance tuition bill will be credited with the estimated amount of your charges and financial assistance and that your loan disbursements will not reflect deductions for origination and guarantee fees. You will receive a second billing statement during the second week of the quarter. This statement will include actual charges and disbursed amounts, including the net amount of your loans after fees. You will receive credit for Federal Direct Stafford Loans, Direct GradPLUS, and alternative loans only after the funds have disbursed to your account electronically. Federal Work-Study funds, which are paid directly to you, will never be included as a credit on your bill.
Loan funds are disbursed to your student account at the beginning of each quarter you are enrolled. Refunds resulting from excess student loan funds are generally available beginning the first week of the quarter, provided you are enrolled at least half-time. At the beginning of each quarter, you should be prepared to support yourself until your loan funds become available.
If your aid application is incomplete, your funds will not disburse to your tuition account. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you believe your application is incomplete.
You can view tuition billing dates at the Bursar’s Office, you may also contact them if you have questions regarding your tuition bill, late fee assessments, or refunds.