Mandatory fee determined by the student’s respective division (Undergraduate SA, Graduate, Graduate Management, Medical, Dental, Law School). The fee provides support for student organization programs and activities for all divisions of the university and is a part of the tuition and fee structure.
The legal representative for the State of New York on accounts that the university has been unsuccessful in collecting. The New York State Attorney General collects by serving a summons and taking the debtor to court for judgment.
Description of a UB account which has been included in the student’s official bankruptcy (i.e. the university is listed as a creditor). The account must be properly discharged before the student can register again.
The broad-based fees include the Comprehensive Fee and the Academic Excellence and Success Fee. These fees are generally charged to all enrolled students to finance discrete activities that benefit the student body, excluding those activities that are part of the core instructional program.
Delinquent accounts are sent to a collection agency. Unpaid bills which reach this stage may negatively affect your credit rating, and may be subject to additional fees or service charges under section 18 of the state finance law.
The Comprehensive Fee is a consolidation of campus-required fees which support several university services. The Comprehensive Fee is paid by all students at the University at Buffalo, unless they meet fee waiver requirements.
To be overdue in payments on a student loan or student account.
Payment of funds to either the school or student.
You can use e-Pay to process your tuition and/or housing deposit online. The University at Buffalo will accept credit card payments from Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
e-Pay is available 24 hours, 7 days a week. It is closed on Monday mornings from 2-5 a.m. EST for maintenance.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
The Financial Aid office establishes standard student budgets as a basis for awarding financial aid funds. These budgets reflect typical “modest but adequate” expense patterns of the University at Buffalo students based on research conducted by Financial Aid in conjunction with the academic divisions. While actual expenses will vary based on lifestyle, the estimated costs should assist you in planning your own budget.
The estimated budgets represent full time attendance for the academic year. The estimated budget is made up of direct (tuition, fees, room, board (meal plan)) and indirect costs (books, supplies, personal and transportation).
Fees charged for late registration and late payments. The first late fee of the term is called an administrative fee.
Payment method designed to assist those students and their families who may find it difficult to pay the total semester bill by the first day of classes. The Payment Plan divides the semester charges into a maximum of (4) convenient installments.
Money paid to you by the Office of Student Accounts for overpayment of your account.
Checks or eChecks received as payment on an account which do not clear the bank. A $20.00 service charge is assessed and a late fee may be assessed in these cases.
A hold which may prevent students from registering for classes, receiving grades or transcripts. Students may have service indicators placed by various offices on campus for outstanding financial obligations or for failing to submit required documents requested by the university.
The University at Buffalo does not send out paper tuition bills. Students will receive an electronic billing statement (eBill) showing current charges, anticipated aid, disbursed aid, and payments or credits. The eBill notification is sent to the student’s UB email address.
Last updated: April 17, 2017 4:52 pm EST