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Student Accounts

The Office of Student Accounts is dedicated to assisting students with their account needs throughout their experience at Stevenson University. The primary function of the Student Accounts Office is to coordinate and maintain all aspects of the student's financial account, including the billing of tuition, room, board, and fees. Other responsibilities include mailing bills, processing payments, posting financial aid, issuing refunds, and maintaining payment plans. Our helpful and knowledgeable representatives are standing by to assist you and your family with whatever questions or concerns you may have.

  • Paying Your Bill

    View & Pay Your Bill Online

    Make secure online payments with a credit card on WebXpress. Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover are accepted.
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    Paying Your Bill

    All student accounts must be settled by the date established by the University each semester. An account is considered settled when it reflects a credit or zero balance. This can be achieved by any combination of the following:

    • Paying the balance in full
    • Establishing adequate financial aid
    • Enroll in the University payment plan through TMS
    • Arranging for direct billing to your employer

    Students whose bills are not settled may not be allowed to drop or add classes or move into residence halls and will be assessed a late payment fee of $100.00.

    Penalties

    The University reserves the right to deny admission or registration to any person who has not paid in full all outstanding financial obligations. The University may, at its sole discretion:

    • Refuse to admit or register the student
    • Cancel the student's registration
    • Remove the student from residence housing
    • Withhold the student's transcripts and diploma

    Billing Information

    Student bills and the student account are available to view on WebXpress for each semester. Bills are mailed for the fall semester in June and July and in November for the spring semester. Summer session bills are mailed in March. For specific dates, see the Enrollment Calendar.

    If you have registered after the mail date for bills, you will be required to view your bill on WebXpress.

    Bills are mailed to the student's permanent address in the student information system. It is important to keep all information updated.

  • Dates & Deadlines

    Dates & Deadlines

    Summer 2014

    Traditional Undergraduates

    Important Dates:

    • Bills will be available to view online via WebXpress on February 28, 2014.
    • Bills will mail March 7, 2014.
    • Payment is due April 14, 2014.

    Graduate & Professional Studies

    Important Dates:

    • Bills will be available to view online via WebXpress on March 19, 2014.
    • Bills will mail March 21, 2014.
    • Payment is due according to the Summer 2014 Enrollment Calendar (payment for all GPS classes is due on the Friday of the week that the class begins).

    Important Deadlines:

    Payment is due according to the Summer 2014 Enrollment Calendar.

    • Payment for all GPS classes (including the Registration Fee) is due on the Friday of the week that the class begins.
    • If you are enrolled in multiple sessions (ex: 14U8W1 and 14U8W2), the $125 Registration Fee is due in full on your first session's due date.
  • Payment Options

    Payment Options

    Online

    Make secure online payments with a credit card on WebXpress—Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover are accepted.

    In Person

    Payments are accepted at the office of Student Financial Services on the second floor of Garrison Hall, Owings Mills Campus. Credit card, checks, money orders and cash are accepted.

    Mail

    A check or money order can be mailed to: Stevenson University, Student Accounts, 100 Campus Circle, Owings Mills, MD 21117.

    Payment Plan

    Stevenson University offers a payment plan option through Tuition Management Systems. A semester long, five-month payment plan is available.

    The plans are interest free with a $45 enrollment fee. To enroll visit stevenson.afford.com or call 1-800-722-4867.

    Third Party Billing

    Stevenson University accepts payment to your account from a third party. However if the sponsor does not provide payment, the student is responsible for any payment not made by the third party.

    Employer Billing: Submit a letter or voucher from your employer to the Student Accounts Office before the payment deadline. The employer must pay the University directly and payment cannot be contingent upon grades. If the employer pays for tuition only, the student is responsible for fees before the payment deadline.

    Private Scholarships: Submit a copy of your award to the Financial Aid Office to have you financial aid award reviewed and updated. If the award does not show on your bill, please include a copy with payment to Student Accounts when making payment.

    Important: Financial payment must be in place before the payment deadline for each semester or cancellation of registration may occur.

  • Refund Policy

    Refund Policy

    Written notification of withdrawal is required. Refunds are computed as of the date a written request is received in the Registrar's Office. Registration fees and room and board are not refundable. Tuition is refundable according to the following schedule:

    Traditional Undergraduate

    Fall and Spring Semesters

    First day of the semester through the 7th calendar day of the semester: 100%

    Eighth calendar day through the 14th calendar day: 75%

    Fifteenth calendar day through the 21st calendar day: 50%

    Twenty-second calendar day through the 28th calendar day: 25%

    After 28th calendar day: 0%

    Summer Semester

    First day of the class through Drop Date without penalty: 100%

    After Drop Date: 0%

    Refer to the Enrollment Calendar for each summer session.

    Graduate and Professional Studies

    Monday after first class meeting: 100%

    Tuesday after first class meeting and beyond: 0%

    Online courses--8th calendar day after start of session: 100%

    Online courses--9th calendar day and beyond: 0%

    Adult Undergraduate Programs

    Refer to the Enrollment Calendar for specific dates.

    Tuition Insurance

    Stevenson University is pleased to advise you of an insurance program, the Tuition Refund Plan, offered through A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. This plan significantly extends and enhances the University's published refund policy should your student need to withdraw from school due to a serious illness or accident. For information call A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. at 617-774-1555 to obtain an application.

    To ensure a full refund, participation in the Tuition Refund Plan is required.

  • FAQ

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Traditional Students

    How much does tuition cost?

    See our list of tuition and fees for more information.

    How do I get my bill?

    The bill and student account can be viewed through WebXpress on the Stevenson University website. Bills will also be mailed according to the schedule for the semester billing. See the Student Accounts main page for specific information.

    What is the difference between my bill and my student account online?

    The bill is specific to the semester; the student account will include previous semester history as well.

    What if I want to mail payment to Stevenson University?

    Detach the self addressed envelope from your bill and mail it with your payment. The address is: Stevenson University, P.O. Box 62636, Baltimore, MD 21264-2636.

    The information that must be included with payment: student name, social security or student ID number, and the semester for which payment should be applied.

    What if I want to pay by credit card?

    You can pay by credit card online through WebXpress.

    How will I pay for my education?

    A college education is an investment in your future. There are financial aid opportunities for students. You should check with the Financial Aid Office, at Stevenson University, for a financial plan that best meets your needs.

    To help you afford education expenses, Stevenson University is pleased to make the services of Tuition Management Systems available to you and your family. TMS' Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option allows you to spread your education expenses over smaller monthly installments for only a small enrollment fee. There is no interest and no pre-qualification or credit check for this service. To enroll in the payment plan go to www.stevenson.afford.com or call 1-800-722-4867 to speak with an Education Payment Partner.

    What if I have not received my financial aid award by the tuition due date?

    If this happens, you must choose an alternative payment method. You may pay by cash, check, money order or credit card.

    What if I plan/need to use the TuitionPay payment plan to pay my bill?

    Contact our plan provider, TMS at www.stevenson.afford.com or call 1/800-7224867 to speak with an Education Payment Partner. You must have an active contract by the tuition due date. The deadline to enroll in the plan is the day before the tuition due date. The Payment Plan is available for the fall and spring semesters only.

    What if my courses are dropped for non-payment?

    If courses are dropped for nonpayment, you may register again after the late fee and past due balance is paid. No automatic registration will occur. If sections have filled in the interim, you will not be able to register for those sections. Additionally, official transcripts will not be released until tuition is paid in full.

    What if my payment is not received by the due date?

    If this happens, a late fee of $100.00 is charged to your account, your account will be flagged and you will not be able to confirm registration until the balance is paid. Residential students will not be permitted to move into student housing until payment is received for the outstanding balance.

    What if I drop a class?

    A portion of your tuition may be refundable, please see the enrollment calendar for the refund percentages and dates. Dropping a class my affect your financial aid. Please contact the Financial Aid Office to determine the impact.

    When are refunds issued?

    Refunds are issued within two weeks after the funds are posted to your account. Your account can be viewed on WebXpress. Federal funds begin posting to student accounts after the third week of classes.

    What if I have registered for classes after the payment due date?

    If you register for classes after the payment due date, payment is due at the time of registration (within the same business day).

    How do I get a book voucher?

    If you have excess funds on your student account, the funds will be transferred to an account on your SUOne card approximately two weeks prior to the start of the semester. You are eligible for a book voucher if your financial aid is in excess of your tuition balance.

    How does a book voucher work?

    The student takes his/her SUOne card to the bookstore. The bookstore will swipe the card and will record the student's name and the quantity of the available funds. The book voucher account will remain open and books can be purchased against it for the first three weeks of the semester or until the voucher balance is zero. After the voucher period closes, about three weeks into the semester, any unused funds are transferred back to the student account.

    What if my financial aid does not appear on the bill?

    Verify that you have completed the financial aid process. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions.

    What if my student loan/parent loan is not on my bill?

    New Students: Your loan will not appear on your bill until you complete the online entrance interview & master promissory note (MPN) on the Financial Aid website.

    Current Students: Your loan will not appear on your bill until you accept your loan through WebXpress.

    Parent (PLUS) Loans: Parent loans will not appear on your bill until your parent completes the PLUS application online on the Financial Aid website.

    Adult Undergraduate Students

    How much does tuition cost?

    Tuition for all adult programs is comparable to other private institutions in the region and set on a cost per credit hour basis. See tuition and fees for more information.

    When is payment due for my classes?

    For adult undergraduate and graduate courses, payment is due for each class the Friday of the week that class starts. To verify the specific date, view the enrollment calendar.

    What if I want to mail payment to Stevenson University?

    The mailing address for payment is Stevenson University, P.O. Box 62636, Baltimore, MD 21264-2636.

    The information that must be included with payment: student name, social security or student ID number, and the semester for which payment should be applied.

    What if I want to pay by credit card?

    You can pay by credit card online through WebXpress.

    How will I pay for my education?

    A college education is an investment in your future. Many employers offer tuition reimbursement. There also are limited financial aid opportunities for adult students, mostly in the form of student loans. You should check with your employer and the Financial Aid Office at Stevenson University for a financial plan that best meets your needs.

    What if I have not received my financial aid award by the tuition due date?

    If this happens, you must choose an alternative payment method. You may pay by cash, check, money order, or credit card.

    What if my employer is paying my tuition?

    If your employer is paying the school directly, then either payment or a billing authorization from the employer is due by the payment due date. Stevenson University will not accept a billing authorization if payment from the employer is contingent upon grades. If this is the case, the student is responsible to pay the tuition up front.

    What if my payment is not received by the due date?

    If this happens, a late fee of $50.00 is charged to your account, your account will be flagged and you will not be able to register for future classes until payment is received in full.

    What if I drop a class?

    A portion of your tuition may be refundable, please see the enrollment calendar for the refund percentages and dates. Dropping a class may affect your financial aid. Please contact the Financial Aid Office to determine the impact.

    When are refunds issued?

    Refunds are issued within two weeks after the funds are posted to your account. Your account can be checked through WebXpress.

    What if I need a copy of my transcripts before my sponsor pays my tuition?

    Official transcripts will not be released until tuition is paid in full.

    What if I have registered for classes after the billing date?

    A bill will not be mailed to you. You must log onto WebXpress to view your account balance. Payment must be made by the due date referenced on the enrollment calendar.

Have a Question?

Contact Student Accounts
Garrison Hall, 2nd Floor
100 Campus Circle
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
443-334-3500
Monday through Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm
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