TUITION AND FEE PAYMENTS - CU-Boulder Bursar's Office

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TUITION AND FEE PAYMENTS - CU-Boulder Bursar's Office

PAYMENT POLICIES AND INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR BILL***If you have a federal student loan you have the right to cancel that loan withinthe award year by calling (303)492-5091.***Bursar’s Office: http://www.colorado.edu/bursarTelephone: 303 492-5381Fax: 303 492-1017E-mail: bursar@colorado.eduMyCUInfo: https://mycuinfo.colorado.eduDue Dates (depends on date registered): January 19, 2011February 23, 2011March 23, 2011April 20, 2011HOURS:Fall/spring hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pmBursar’s Office Closures: January 3 – New Year’sJanuary 17 – MLK Jr. HolidayMarch 25 – Spring breakHow to use CUBill&PayCHECK YOUR BALANCEFor current balances, students can check MyCUInfo 24/7, or call 303-492-5381.Authorized payers can access CUBill&Pay 24/7 from http://www.colorado.edu/bursar.PAYMENT POLICIES Any student registering for classes agrees to pay the university according to thepayment terms documented on the Bursar website. Credit or debit cards are not accepted. $20 fee is charged for all returned payments. Failure to pay in full by the due date will result in:o Financial hold placed on your recordo Late fee assessed ($5.00 - $50.00)o Service charge assessed (1% per month)o You cannot register for classes or change class scheduleso You may be disenrolled from future term classeso No transcripts, diplomas, or certifications will be issuedo Colorado law requires delinquent accounts be placed with a privatecollection agencyo If your account is referred to a collection agency, it will be reported tocredit bureaus and you must pay any collection costs and attorney feesallowed by the Uniform Consumer CodeFINANCIAL AIDStudents with credits on their account as of January 4 will have refunds depositeddirectly into their bank account on January 7 (bank processing times may vary). Bycontacting the Bursar’s Office, you may opt to have your financial aid apply only toinstitutional charges, defined as charges for tuition, fees, room and board; however, youUniversity of Colorado at Boulder Page 1 12/10/2010


All Colorado in-state undergraduates are eligible for the College Opportunity Fund(COF). Students must apply and authorize CU to receive the money and apply it to theirbill. More information: http://www.cu.edu/ums/cof/faq.html.FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING CHARGES COMMONLY SEEN ON YOUR BILL,please contact these departments:Financial Aid (303)492-5091Long Distance Charges (303)735-HELP (4357)Residency Info (303)492-6868Student Fees (303)492-7475Housing Finance (303)492-3317Parking Services (303)492-7384Wardenburg Charges (303)492-4196Study Abroad (303)492-7741Health Insurance (303)492-5107Registrar’s Office (303)492-6970Library Charges (303)492-7477DISPUTE RIGHTSTo dispute a tuition and mandatory fee charge, make a formal appeal to the TuitionDispute Committee by the end of the semester (last day of finals). Obtain a form at theBursar’s Office, or call 303-492-5381. If you disagree with the charges and fail to availyourself of the dispute process by the end of the semester, you will have been deemedto have waived your right to dispute the charges. A late request will be reviewed only ifyou can provide documentation that circumstances beyond your control prevented youfrom submitting your dispute form by the published deadline. The dispute committeereserves the right to deny your request. For more information, go online to:http://www.colorado.edu/bursar/info/dispute.html.TUITION supports classroom instruction, faculty, student services, libraries, campusadministration, and campus operations. The regents reserve the right to change tuitionwithout notice. Tuition ratesSTUDENT FEES paid each semester support a number of campus programs andservices. Student feesCOURSE FEES are assessed to help offset the higher costs of specialized supplies,equipment, and materials that are required to teach courses in certain departments.Course feesCONFIRMATION DEPOSIT One-time payment of $200 confirmation deposit. Holds your place at CU Boulder every semester. It is not credited toward yourtuition and fees. Proceeds from interest earned are used for need-based scholarships for Bouldercampus students. It is refunded to you, less any outstanding charges, eight weeks after youseparate from the University of Colorado.University of Colorado at Boulder Page 3 12/10/2010

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