Billing department hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The best way to stay ahead of the game financially at Goucher is to be aware of all the costs you will need to cover while you are here. To make that as easy as possible for you, we have compiled all of the information you will need to know about fees and expenses.
Review the important Fall 2013 letter mailed to parents.
Student Billing Important Links:
Undergraduate Billing Worksheet
Semester details/check list
E-Billing and Online Payments
Account Correction Worksheet
TuitionPay Payment Plan
Meal Plan Changes
Goucher Health Insurance Waiver (Spring 2014 2/28/14)
2013/2014 Tuition Refund insurance
Fax: (410) 337-6504
Location: SAS Office
All full-time students returning for the academic year 2014-2015 must submit a non-refundable $500 enrollment deposit to the Billing Office. All students expecting to participate in room draw must also submit a $100 non-refundable housing deposit. Students are not invoiced for the deposits, the enrollment letter serves as your notification. The Fall 2014 Deposit information will be mailed/emailed in early March following the President's letter which will include the 2014-2015 Schedule of Tuition and fees.
1098T forms were mailed to student's home addresses prior to January 31st as required. If you need to print a copy of the 1098T form, click on the link to the left "Form 1098-T and follow the instructions.
Spring 2014 E-Billing Statements were emailed on December 6, 2013. Payment due - January 4, 2014. ($200 late fee assessed after 1/4/14)
Goucher College only sends billing statements via email! Students, if you have not granted E-Billing and Webpay access to your parent(s), please go to www.goucher.edu/billing, click on "Student Granting Access" and follow the instructions. By granting E-billing access, you are giving the Billing department authorization to discuss your billing account with your parent(s). Furthermore, any other relative and/or third party that you would like to receive the E-billing statements should be set up and authorized through this access. Access is to Student Billing records (not academic records).
Note: Riding fees and private music fees will be charged to the student billing accounts after the class drop period 2/7/14.