Why is my spring bill different from my fall bill?
Below are the most common reasons your semester bills may be different:
Housing Deposit-If you made a $200.00 housing deposit for the academic year, the deposit will only be applied to the fall bill.
Scholarships-If a scholarship is designated for fall only, it will only apply to the fall bill.
Health Insurance-Health insurance is typically assessed in both semesters. The fall coverage is from the start of the semester (mid-August) to December 31st and billed based on the length of time of coverage. The Spring coverage is from January 1st to the following start of the next fall semester (mid-August) and assessed for the length of coverage. The spring assessment is larger due to the variance of coverage.
Course and Class Fees-These fees are assessed based on your enrollment and are assessed within the semester you are enrolled.
Parking Permit-If you opt for the annual permit it is assessed with the fall bill only.
Matriculation Fee-This is a onetime administrative intake fee and generally assessed with the fall bill.
The Office of the Bursar supports the University’s strategic plan by maintaining the financial assets of the University while providing fiscal guidance, and quality customer service to students, parents, other University departments, and external agencies.