Changes to Payment Options for Tuition, Fees, and Housing Charges
Please be advised that effective March 13, 2016, QC/CUNY revised the procedures for utilizing a credit or debit card for tuition, fees, and housing payments.
• You will no longer be able to use a credit or debit card to make payments directly to QC for Spring 2016 tuition/housing charges or for past due balances. As of this date, only cash, check, or money orders will be accepted for payment at the Bursar’s Office, Jefferson Hall, Room 200.
• For future semesters/sessions, all credit and debit card transactions will be processed via the CUNY Payment Plan
, which can be accessed through CUNYfirst Self Service. The payment plan provides you and your family the option of paying tuition, fees, and housing charges over a period of up to six months. This flexibility enables you to reduce the burden of paying all tuition, fees and housing charges prior to the start of the academic term. This payment plan is an interest-free benefit to you and your family.
The enrollment fee for the payment plan is $95 per semester/session. If you opt for direct withdrawals from a bank account, a discount will be provided which will lower the enrollment fee to $40 per semester/session.
• The eCheck payment option through CUNYfirst Self Service continues to be an alternative payment option that is cost effective since it does not require an enrollment fee.
|FALL 2016 - PAYMENT DUE DATES|
|If you register
Payment is due
|March 28 - July 1
||July 13, 2016|
|July 2 - 26
||August 3, 2016|
|July 27 - August 18
||August 18, 2016|
|August 19 or later
Visit your online self-service center to view your account. It is strongly suggested that you pay your bill online, as we are expecting long lines at the Bursar's Office. If paying by check, you can also take advantage of our drop-off boxes located within the front doors of Jefferson Hall and outside the Bursar’s Office in JH200. Payment by electronic fund transfer (e-check) is available with no charge to the student.
If you are a financial aid student, you are required to pay the difference between the anticipated aid appearing on your account and your tuition and fee bill. If the anticipated aid appearing on your account covers your entire bill, no payment is due. If you choose not to attend classes, YOU must drop your courses before the first day of class to avoid any liability.
The Bursar's Office has gone paperless!
Tuition bills are no longer mailed to students. An email will be sent to your QC account informing you of the due date of your bill, based on when you registered. This notice will direct you to CUNYfirst to view your bill.
If you do not have a Queens College email account, go to CAMS
and register for one immediately.Direct Deposit
is the fastest, safest, and most convenient method to receive your refunds, including financial aid and Work-Study funds. Direct Deposit eliminates the chance that your check will get lost, misdirected, or delayed during delivery, or misplaced once you receive it.
Enroll today and your next financial aid and/or tuition and fee refund can be deposited right into your bank account. You only need your bank account and bank routing numbers.
To enroll in Direct Deposit, log in to your CUNYfirst Self-Service account and follow these easy steps:
- Navigate to Self-Service >Campus Finances >Manage My Account
- Click Add Account on the My Accounts page and enter the required account information then click Next *TIP: Refer to your check or bank to verify your Bank Code (routing number) and account
- Make sure you then click Enroll in Direct Deposit
- Select your account nickname and click Next
- Read the Enroll in Direct Deposit Agreement, click Yes to agree and SUBMIT to finish.
About this message:
CUNY will never ask you to confirm any person information via email. Alway sign on to CUNYfirst to process your transactions and review account details. You will receive an email from CUNYfirst confirming changes to your direct deposit information.
If you have already signed up for Direct Deposit, thank you for helping CUNY go green!