Graduate student bill
Student Billing Process
The purpose of the following information is to provide you with the basic overview of the billing process. It is our aim to give you a clear understanding of the requirements of all parties involved in paying your student bill.
The Student Bill
The bill is due two weeks before the start of each semester.
The student bill is available on NUpay, the electronic billing and online payments service which is now available to Norwich University graduate students and their designated family members or guest!
With the NUpay electronic billing service students and authorized payers receive an email notification each time a new bill is posted online. Instructions are provided in the email notification to help access the new electronic bill. Once the bill is accessed the student or Authorized Payer can make an online payment.
If you are relying on a third party to pay your bill, you must communicate this information to the University Bursar’s office when you return the top portion of your bill. Failure to complete the Remittance Form with third-party payment information contained therein will result in a $60 processing fee.
The Student Statement
The purpose of the Student Statement is to communicate new activity on your account. You should monitor your student statement to confirm credits from checks, loans, and outside tuition assistance to ensure they have arrived at the University as expected and have been posted to your account.
Bursar’s Office Assistance
To contact the Bursar’s office you may:
- email email@example.com
- for last names beginning with A-K, phone 802.485.2400 to speak with Assistant Bursar Paula Gleason.
- for last names beginning with L-Z, phone 802.485.2900 to speak with Assistant Bursar Karie Thomson.