University Billing and Payment Policy
At the start of the Fall 2009 semester, the University of Connecticut moved into the era of electronic billing.
- The option for students to designate an authorized user such as a parent or significant other to do business on their behalf
- Helping to keep tuition and fee costs down by lowering the University’s costs of doing business
- A “green dividend” through a dramatic decrease in paper consumption for such things as fee bills, envelopes and inserts, thus helping to conserve our natural resources
- Elimination of the online e-check fee
- 24x7 access to your bill from any location with a web browser
Beginning September 12, all students with outstanding balances on their accounts will also have a "Bursar hold" placed on their accounts. This hold prevents students from accessing services such as class registration, transcripts and computer or e-mail services. If the past due balance is less than $100, this hold will prevent student from obtaining official transcripts. It will not prevent students from adjusting their schedules. If the past due balance is greater than $100, this hold will prevent students from making changes to their schedules.
If you have a negative service indicator on your record, you can learn more about it by logging in to PeopleSoft Student Services Center by navigating:
Menu > Self Service > Student Center
An account deemed uncollectible by the University may be referred to a collection agency. The University of Connecticut makes every effort to advise students in advance of their account status so that outside collection activity is kept to a minimum.