STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES
Florida Atlantic University is pleased to announce there will be no net increase of tuition and fees for the 2013-14 Academic Year. The last day to pay the balance due for Fall 2013 is September 3, 2013. Tuition and fees amounts are detailed at: http://www.fau.edu/controller/student_information/tuition_breakdown.php All payments will need to be made online, by mail or by using the drop box at the Boca Raton campus.
It is important to note you have the following options to pay your bill:
- Online by using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card. Using the online system, the third party vendor will process your payment and apply it to your student account with a non-refundable fee of 2.60%.
- Online by using your personal checking/savings account without a non-refundable fee.
- By check or money order mailed to Florida Atlantic University. The postmark of your payment will be used to determine timeliness of the payment.
- By check or money order dropped into the drop box located at the Cashier’s Office in the Student Services Building on the Boca Raton campus.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . This message sent on behalf of Student Financial Services (561-297-6101).
***The FAU Board of Trustees has approved a $1.75 increase to Florida resident, undergraduate matriculation from $103.32 to $105.07 . Florida Atlantic University is waiving the $1.75 increase for the 2013-2014 Academic Year.
FAU is pleased to announce that we will now once again be able to accept Visa payments through PayPath within FAU Self Service. Previously, students did not have the option of paying for University related charges with Visa credit or debit cards.
Like other credit or debit payment options on PayPath, the Visa option will allow students to pay institutional and non-institutional charges on their accounts subject to a non-refundable payment service fee of 2.6% ($3.00 minimum).
In addition to Visa payment options, Paypath accepts all other major credit cards, including Discover, Mastercard and American Express. Students will continue to have the option of paying via ACH/Webcheck at no service fee.
Should you have any questions on this, please email email@example.com .
Stacey Semmel, CPA, MAC, CBM, CGMA
Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs and University Controller
Student Financial Services is responsible for the Cashier’s Office on the Boca Raton campus and Students’ Financial Accounts. The department is responsible for the collection of all funds due to the university, student account billing, Financial Aid refunds and collection of delinquent accounts. Student Financial Services performs its responsibilities within Federal, State, Local laws, and university guidelines, policies, and procedures. The department maintains proper controls and participates in complete program reviews and audits by internal and State of Florida auditors.
Financial Aid Refunds and Overpayment Refunds
A refund will be issued to a student's account when a credit balance is generated on the account. (More)
Your Rights to Cancel all or Part of a Federal Loan
Please contact the Student Financial Aid Office immediately if you want to cancel all or part of a Federal Loan.
Invoices or Payments Due and Account History
We process(statements) monthly and you will receive an email that you have a new statement available. Please open and read the email then review your Student Account on FAU Self Service. Using the Student Acount Detail in FAU Self Service, and the Pay Now button, you can access the Billing web site and view statements using the eBill tab.
IRS Tax Form 1098-T
Tax information is available in FAU Self Service using the Students Services tab , go to Student Account, then go to Tax Notification, then Enter a Tax year, and Submit. This information is the same as the information that has been submitted to the IRS.
Instructions for Accessing the 1098T Form
Direct Deposit Authorization Form
Signing up for Direct Deposit will expediate receipt of refunds for Financial AId and all other refunds due from your Student Account. This will also avoid hassles such as checks getting lost in the mail and you will get the money faster. In order to sign up, follow the steps on this url.
Direct Deposit of Financial Aid Proceeds
In the past year, the Department of Education (DOE) has strongly enforced the return of financial aid proceeds stemming from stale dated checks. (More)
Fiscal Cancellation of Student’s Registration for Non-Payment of Tuition and Fees
Failure to pay tuition and fees and/or make payment arrangements by established payment deadlines will result in the cancellation of student’s registration. (More)
Florida Prepaid Has Been Automated
No need to check-in each semester; use our Florida Prepaid Procedures and Contribution Schedule. (More)
Web payments no longer are limited to credit cards and debit cards. If you have a savings account and/or a checking account you too can pay on-line.
Former students, or third party payments, click here to pay or view your 1098T form