Spring 2021 Tuition, Billing, and Financial Information
Welcome from the One Stop
We are providing this information as a resource to assist students and families with understanding the University’s online tuition billing system and the payment options available for financing your education. If you have a question regarding your tuition bill or any of the information included on this website, please do not hesitate to contact our office.
Get Ready for the Spring Semester
1. Access Your Tuition Bill in ePay
All billing for tuition, fees, room, and board is processed electronically through ePay, the University’s online billing and payment system. Students will have access to their bill once they are officially registered for classes.Learn all about ePay and How to Access Your Tuition Bill
2. Familiarize yourself with ePay
Provide your parent, guardian, or anyone you choose access to your tuition account by signing them up to be an Authorized Payer.
Sign up for Direct Deposit through ePay to have refunds deposited right to your checking or savings account.
3. Review your Payment Options
Review your payment options below and decide which payment method works best for you and your family.
4. Follow up with the Financial Aid Office
(For students who completed or intend to complete a FAFSA)
Have you accepted your financial aid award? Is there any additional documentation required?
5. Waive the University-sponsored Student Health Insurance
(For new domestic full-time undergraduate students starting in the spring 2021 semester only)
All full-time undergraduate students are required to have health insurance and are automatically billed for the cost of the University-sponsored student health insurance plan. Full-time domestic undergraduate students can waive this coverage by completing an online waiver.
If you are already covered by another health insurance plan and wish to waive the University-sponsored health insurance coverage, you MUST complete the online Student Health Insurance waiver by January 29, 2021. Please note, you will not be able to complete this waiver until after you are officially registered for classes.
6. Learn about Important Dates and Other Information
7. Check your University of New Haven Email
Check your University student email account frequently for emails from the Bursar’s Office and Financial Aid Office regarding billing, refund checks, adjustments to financial aid and other important information.