The Student eBill
The Student eBill is generated and an email notification is sent to you. You will also recieve a one time semester paper bill in the mail. Payment is due by the due date.
The student bill is available through NUpay, the electronic billing and online payments service for Norwich University undergraduate students and their designated Authorized User.
With the NUpay electronic billing service students and authorized payers receive an email notification each time a new bill is posted on line. Instructions are provided in the email notification to help access the electronic bill. Once the eBill is accessed the student or Authorized Payer can make an online payment. For more information on electronic billing and online payments visit the Undergrad NUPay page.
Paying The Bill (eBill)
Every student must pay the bill, by paying the remaining balance after estimated financial aid or setting up a payment plan with the Tuitition Management System (TMS), or securing additional loans. This is required in order to clear the student for each semester’s enrollment. A timely, response will ensure a smooth start-up at the beginning of each semester.
The schedule of the semester bills (Fall and Spring) for 2020-2021 are as follows:
|Billing Schedule||Bill Generated||Return Due Date|
|Fall Semester||End of June||August 3, 2020|
|Spring Semester||Mid-November||December 14, 2020|
The Monthly Statement
The purpose of this monthly statement is to communicate new activity on your account. You will receive your monthly statement electronically through NUpay. You should monitor your electronic monthly statement to confirm credits from your checks, loans, and grants to ensure they have actually arrived at Norwich and have been posted to your account. You should also monitor this statement for additional charges since the Office of the Bursar acts as a clearinghouse for student charges that originate from other departments of the University. Additional charges should be paid at this time. The student should share this billing information with parents or guardians as appropriate. A history of statements may be found on NUPay.
The Student eBill will include tuition, room and board, miscellaneous fees, prior back balance due, and any financial aid that has been awarded.
Only deductions or deferments allowed are as follows
Direct Subsidized Student Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Student loans and Alternative Loans.
Direct subsidized Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Alternative Loans in process may be deducted from the student bill only if the completed application has been received by the Student Financial Planning Office. The loan fund will not disburse until all required supporting documents are received by the Student Financial Planning Office.
Direct Parent Plus Loans
Direct Parent Plus Loans are applied for by parents and are subject to eligibility, which is determined by the Student Financial Planning Office according to criteria established by federal regulation.
Federal Pell, Federal SEOG or NU grants
Federal Pell, Federal SEOG or NU grants are awarded through the Student Financial Planning Office. Funds will not be disbursed until all required supporting documents are received by the Student Financial Planning Office.
ROTC Tuition Scholarships
ROTC Tuition Scholarships may be deducted from your student bill, anticipating activation of your scholarship.
Outside scholarships are considered a part of your financial aid award and must be factored into your overall eligibility for federal, state, or institutional aid. It may be necessary to reduce some or all of your existing aid as a result of outside scholarships depending on the amount of the scholarship. Scholarships or Grants from state agencies, organizations, school districts or companies.
Scholarships or grants from state agencies, organizations, school districts or companies may be deducted from the student bill. Enclose a copy of the supporting award authorization.
Faculty and Staff tuition scholarships
Faculty and Staff tuition scholarships need to be applied for each semester by the due date of the bill. Funds will not be disbursed until the academic add/drop period has ended. Failure to return a completed application by the due date will result in a $65 per month late processing fee.
Other possible deductions or deferments to payment in full prior to enrollment
Educational Benefits (Veteran)
Educational Benefits (Veteran) may be deducted from your student bill. Enclose a copy of your award letter that specifies the amount of monthly payments. Payments must be received monthly, or the deducted amount will immediately become due.
Tuition Payment Plan
The semester portion may be deferred only if your payment plan application has been received by the payment plan or administrator.
Other special circumstances should be brought to the Bursar’s attention immediately for review and consideration. Your account must be settled by the due date. Plan now to meet that deadline!
Federal College Work Study is NOT applied to your student account as a direct credit, nor is work study deferred on your student bill. Monthly, students will receive a payroll check for hours worked. Information regarding job opportunities is available throughout each semester at the Financial Aid Office. Direct Deposit of work study checks is available and encouraged. See the Student Work Study Payroll Office for details.