TITLE IV FINANCIAL AID AUTHORIZATIONS
CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE TITLE IV FINANCIAL AID AUTHORIZATION PROCESS WHICH CAN IMPACT THE CONFIRMATION OF CLASSES AND RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF CLASSES.
Effective with the 2012/2013 financial aid year, a change has been made in the method used to obtain authorizations for the application of Title IV financial aid. In prior years, the UNCG Financial Aid Office included the authorization as part of the financial aid application process. This is no longer the case. Students must complete the two authorization sections on the electronic Title IV Authorization form to authorize Title IV aid application to pay for charges other than tuition/fees and room and meal charges and/or prior term charges up to $200. Charges that cannot be paid for using Title IV aid without the authorization on file include parking permits, bookstore bucks, health insurance premium and miscellaneous fines and charges. If a student does not complete the authorization form or elects not to agree to the authorizations, charges that cannot be paid using Title IV aid must be paid for with another form of payment. FAILURE TO PAY FOR CHARGES NOT COVERED BY AUTHORIZED AID WILL RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF CLASSES.
The Title IV aid authorization form is available if you have not already completed it, or if you need to change your authorization selection.
This form is accessed by clicking on the link above and entering your University ID and PIN to log into the secure area of UNCGenie, or by: logging into the secure area at the UNCGenie Homepage, selecting "Student Services and Financial Aid", and selecting "Financial Aid Title IV Authorization".
SPRING 2013, SUMMER 2013 AND FALL 2013 PAYMENT INFORMATION
Spring 2013 early registration starts October 29, 2012 and ends November 19, 2012. Bills for the Spring will be uploaded to the Student Account Center November 20, 2012 and will include billing for all Spring registrations made from October 29, 2012 through November 19, 2012. Payment will be due by December 14, 2012. If payment is not received by the due date, classes will be cancelled. All prior balances must be paid even if you have financial aid or are using the TuitionPay payment plan. FAILURE TO PAY A PRIOR BALANCE WILL RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF CLASSES.
Registration will reopen December 3, 2012 through January 18, 2013. Bills will be uploaded to the Student Account Center December 19 for those registering between December 3 and December 18. Payment will be due by January 18, 2013. If payment is not received by the due date, classes will be cancelled.
Bills will not be uploaded for any Spring semester registrations made after December 18, 2012. Payment is due by January 18, 2013. If payment is not received by the due date, classes will be cancelled. Amount due can be determined by viewing account information on the Student Account Center.
Summer 2013 early registration starts April 1, 2013 and ends April 24, 2013. Bills for the Summer term will be available on the Student Account Center April 25, 2013 and will include billings for all Summer registrations made through April 24, 2013. Payment will be due by May 6, 2013. If payment is not received by the due date, classes will be cancelled. All prior balances must be paid even if you have financial aid. FAILURE TO PAY A PRIOR BALANCE WILL RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF CLASSES.
Bills will not be produced for any Summer registrations made after April 24, 2013. Payment is due when you register. The amount due can be determined by viewing account charges on the Student Account Center.
For the April 1 to April 24, 2013 early registration and all registrations through July 8, 2013 including SOAR, bills for the fall term will be provided electronically and available on the Student Account Center by the week of July 9. Payment will be due by August 2, 2013. If payment is not received by the due date, classes will be cancelled. All prior balances must be paid even if you have financial aid. FAILURE TO PAY A PRIOR BALANCE WILL RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF CLASSES.
For Fall registrations made between July 9 and August 6, bills will be electronically available on the Student Account Center, August 7, 2013. The payment deadline will be August 23.
Bills will not be produced for any Fall registrations made after August 6, 2013. Payment is due by August 23. The amount due can be determined by viewing account charges on the Student Account Center.
INTEREST AND LATE PENALTY CHARGES
Interest and Late Payment Penalty will be assessed on all past due student accounts. The Late Payment Penalty is a 1% one-time charge and the interest charge is 5% annually (G.S. 105-241.21) assessed monthly (.41%) on the unpaid balance.
Credit Card Payment Policy
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro no longer accepts credit card payments for student account balances over the phone, in person, by mail, or by fax. Credit card payments for student account balances are only available online.
The increasing costs of processing credit cards has made it necessary to find a way to manage these expenses and still provide as many payment options as possible.
Therefore, PayPath, a third party payment service, will accept credit card payments on behalf of the University via the online Student Account Center. As part of this service, PayPath will add a 2.75% service fee to the total payment. PayPath accepts MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. PayPath does not accept Visa.
Students and their families will not be charged a convenience fee when using their credit cards in other departments at the University. Other departments include but are not limited to Support Services, the University Bookstore, Parking, Housing, etc. This policy change will only affect payments for student account balances.
How to Make a WebCheck/Credit Card Payment
Online payment by WebCheck or credit card is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even though a service fee is charged when paying with credit card, students/parents continue to have the option to pay online with WebCheck (electronic check) without being charged a fee. If you are using the WebCheck option and you have an accounts receivable hold on your student account, your hold will remain on your account for 10 business days.
To make an online payment via WebCheck or credit card through PayPath, please login to the Student Account Center which is accessible from the UNCGenie homepage or enter the secure area of UNCGenie and select Student Account Center.
Students will enter their University ID number and assigned PIN number to access the Student Account Center.
In the Student Account Center, students can add other payers, such as parents or other relatives that wish to make payment on their behalf, in the “Authorized Users” section. These authorized users will have access to login to the Student Account Center via UNCGenie’s homepage.
Authorized users will be e-mailed a password and instructions to logon to the Student Account Center.
Additional Payment Options for Student Account Balances
Cash and paper check payments may be made in person at the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office, 151 Mossman Building.
Checks should be made payable to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and should include the student’s University ID number.
Paper checks may also be mailed to the following address:
UNCG Cashiers and Student Accounts Office
P.O. Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office at 336-334-5831 or toll-free at 1-877-286-8250.
A secured payment box is located outside of the Mossman Administration Building and may be used 24 hours a day. Payments are processed promptly.
Direct Deposit of Student Refunds
You now have the option to have your student refund directly deposited into your bank account instead of having a paper check mailed to you. To set this up, please login to the Student Account Center through the secure area of UNCGenie and create your refund profile.
Third Party Billing
If an outside agency or organization agrees to provide financial guarantee sponsorship for a student, please send the billing authorization on the sponsor's letterhead, a purchase order or a tuition assistance form to:
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Cashiers and Student Accounts Office
Third Party Billing
PO Box 26170
Greensboro NC 27402
The Third Party Billing Representative in the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office will need to be notified of sponsorship each term by the student or outside agency by the payment due date for that term.
Please include the following information:
The Cashiers and Student Account Office will bill the sponsor per the authorization after the last drop/add date of that term. You will receive monthly billing statements from the Cashier's and Student Accounts Office as long as a balance is remaining.
***You are responsible for payment on any charges on your account not covered under your sponsorship authorization***
Installment Payment Plan
Sallie Mae TuitionPay Monthly Plan
If you have registered for classes for the current term and would like to verify if your courses have been "confirmed (payment arrangements are complete)", please follow these instructions:
Access the UNCGenie link located in the top right corner of the UNCG homepage.
If you have questions concerning the confirmation process, please contact the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office website.
Important Tax Information
Students or their parents may qualify for educational tax credits. Additional information can be found at the Cashiers Office Tax Credit webpage. In order for tax information form 1098T to be issued to the student, the student's social security number must be supplied if it has not previously been given to UNCG. This is done by completing IRS form W-9S and forwarding the form to the UNCG Cashiers Office. The form is available on the IRS web site or by contacting the UNCG Cashiers Office.
Cashiers and Student Accounts Office
Telephone: (336) 334-5831
Toll Free: (877) 286-8250
Fax: (336) 334-4178
Campus: 151 Mossman Building, UNCG Campus
Mailing: PO Box 26170 Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
Hours: Open daily, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 p.m.
ANNUAL TUITION, FEES, ROOM, AND BOARD FOR 2012-13
(FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS)
The following rates are for a full time student taking
12 or more semester hours of course work. The rates for
less than full time may be obtained from the Cashiers and
Student Accounts Office.
- Instate $ 3,779
- Out-of-State $17,577
- Instate $ 4,366
- Out-of-State $17,815
Educational & Technology Fee: $361
Student Activities Fee: $384
Athletic Fee: $589
Student Facilities Fee: $707
Health Services Fee: $265
Transportation Fee: $50
Registration Fee: $ 12
ASG Fee $ 1
Total Fees: $2,369
Housing and Meals:
Room (Double-Non Air Conditioned) $3,652
Meal Plan (10 Meals/Week-$400 Flex) $2,540
Information on Financial Aid (scholarships, grants, loans) can be found on
UNCG Financial Aid website.
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