Graduate Fee Bills

Paperless E-Bills

View your e-billing statement

E-billing offers several benefits. These include:

  • Helping to keep tuition and fee costs down by lowering the University’s costs of doing business
  • The option for students to designate an authorized user such as a parent or guardian to do business on their behalf
  • A “green dividend” through a dramatic decrease in paper consumption for such things as fee bills, envelopes and inserts, thus helping to conserve our natural resources
  • 24x7 access to your bill from any location with a web browser

Prior to each semester, students and authorized users are notified by e-mail when their e-bill is ready to be viewed. Students and authorized users may pay their e-bills online by e-check or by credit card (Note: a 2.75% convenience fee applies for credit card transactions). Traditional paper checks will also continue to be accepted, however, checks will now be scanned and converted to electronic payments.

E-bills are fully integrated with the UConn Payment Plan for those who desire to pay in installments.

UConn’s e-billing is more convenient. For example, you’ll be able to set up optional secure “profiles” that save your checking account information so that you don’t have to re-enter it each semester. There is even an option to be notified by text message.

Sign up your authorized users now! Log into your Student Administration Account with your NetID and password.

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, recreation services, transcripts and other services.

Late Fee Policy

A late payment fee of $150 is payable by all graduate students whose tuition and fees are not paid in full on the published fee bill due date. If after Day 10 of the semester, your bill remains unpaid you will be assessed a second $150 late fee. 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.

**Please note: If you enroll in courses after the established due date- payments are due within 10 calendar days.