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Office of the Bursar

News and announcements

 

The 1098-T tuition tax statements are now available in UR Student for Calendar Year 2021. Students may view/print their 1098-T by selecting the “Finances” icon and then clicking the 1098-T “View” or “Print” options that appear under “My Account” (you may need to select “More” for the 1098-T options to be visible). Students may also find these options by typing “1098-T” in the search bar in UR Student. Paper 1098-T statements will be postmarked and mailed by January 31st to those students who did not opt in for e-delivery. A Quick Reference Card is available here.

Frequently asked questions

If you have any other questions, please contact the Bursar’s Office.

Payment plans

Payment plans work a bit differently in UR Student. If you’re paying in full you don’t need to let us know, you just need to make your payment before the Due Date every semester. To pay your balance in installments you’ll need to enroll in a payment plan in UR Student. The payment plan selection no longer remains in effect from semester to semester; you need to complete the simple UR Student enrollment process each semester you want to pay in installments.

Fall – Payment plan enrollment begins when Fall charges appear on your UR Student account and ends on October 10th.

Spring – Payment plan enrollment begins when Spring charges appear on your UR Student account and ends on March 10th.

International students

The due date for Fall is August 10th and the due date for Spring is December 10th. As an international student, you will not be charged a late fee in August or in December if payment is not received by that due date. Please be sure you remit payment by September 10th for Fall and by January 10th for Spring to avoid future late fees.

Financial holds

A financial hold is placed on any account with a past due amount of $100.00 or more. Until cleared by the Bursar’s Office, a financial hold prevents:

  • Registration
  • Transcript release
  • Housing lottery participation
  • Diploma release

Health insurance and fees

For answers to this question and any others related to health fees, please visit the University Health Service website.

For Eastman students, the Comprehensive Fee supports student technology, activities, accompanying, instrument maintenance, practice spaces, recording, and resources for collaborative music making both in facility and virtually. It is a mandatory fee charged to all students taking 3 or more credit hours per semester, whether studying on campus or remotely.

Loans

Notify the Financial Aid Office of your decision by e-mailing your Financial Aid Counselor. If you change your mind later, a Federal Direct loan can usually be reinstated through the end of April of the academic year. Federal Nursing, and University loans are subject to availability of funds and sometimes cannot be reinstated at a later date.

Billing and payment

To submit payment via wire transfer, visit Flywire. Please have your 8-digit University of Rochester ID number available.  Note:  the University of Rochester cannot accept direct wire payments.  All wire payments must be submitted via Flywire.

Use this quick reference card to view steps on How to View a Bill, View Financial Aid and Pay a Bill.

To submit payments to the University via U.S. mail, including 529 plan payments and scholarship checks, send to:

University of Rochester
Bursar’s Office
330 Meliora Hall
PO Box 270037
Rochester NY 14627

An origination fee is paid to the Federal government for your Federal Direct loan. The amount shown on your bill reflects the net amount anticipated to be disbursed to your account.

Students receive work study in the form of a bi-weekly paycheck. It is not credited directly to the student’s bill. For information on how to find a job on campus, visit Student Employment.

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