Billing Checklist & Important Information

Fall 2021 (UG Students)

Fall 2021 E-Billing statement available late in the day on July 6, 2021
Payment due date: July 27, 2021
($200 Late fee is charged if payment is not received by this date)

Fall 2021 Billing checklist

  1. New Students – be sure to grant statement access (electronic only) to your families if you haven't done so. View tutorial.

  2. Parents & Authorized E-Bill parties – complete access to statements and online payments after being granted access by student. View more info or tutorial.

  3. View Fall statement on July 6th (available for registered students only). Go to goucher.edu/billing and click on the student login. Another statement will be generated online . This will include any changes to charges, removal of health (if you have waived it), and any updated anticipated financial aid. In the meantime please use the UG Billing Worksheet (www.goucher.edu/ugworksheet) to help you figure out your balance.

  4. Students will automatically be charged the Goucher Health Insurance premium of $3,075. New this year, the Health insurance premium will be charged half in the Fall and the second half in the Spring semester. If a student is no longer enrolled in the Spring, the second half of the premium will still be charged to the Student Account. You may learn more about the health insurance and have the option to waive it (if you have your own comparable health insurance) at Goucher Health InsuranceFall 2021 Annual  Waiver Deadline - August 6, 2021, NO EXCEPTIONS.

  5. Students will no longer automatically be charged for Goucher's Tuition Refund Insurance. Goucher College has partnered with GradGuardto provide our families with tuition insurance featuring special plans and rates not available to the general public. You may learn more about the tuition refund insurance and have the option to enroll at Goucher Tuition Refund Insurance. Fall 2021 Enrollment Deadline - September 8, 2021, NO EXCEPTIONS.  Tuition Refund Insurance Premium will be invoiced by GradGuard and will not appear on your Goucher College Statement.

  6. Meal Plans- Students will initially be charged the 14 meal plan. Students may change their Fall 2021 meal plan at goucher.edu/mealchange by September 8, 2021 Questions:  ResidentialLife@goucher.edu.

  7. Fall 2021 balances are due by July 27, 2021 to avoid a $200 late fee. Payment options include – ACH or check payments, 529 Plans, monthly payment plans, or financial aid (grants, scholarships, loans). Go to goucher.edu/billing/payment-options for details.

E-Bill Statement of Account

Students will automatically receive the E-Billing notification late in the day on July 6, 2021. Students must grant access to parent(s) or other parties to receive E-billing notification (if you have not already done so). Go to www.goucher.edu/ebilling for instructions. Here you can also sign up to receive a text when statements are available. The statement will include: deposits paid, fall charges, credits and financial aid (pending aid not yet credited to the student's account).

Tuition Monthly Payment Plan

Tuition Monthly Payment plans, administered by Cashnet, offers one term only plans. (Tuition payment plans can be adjusted if necessary after receiving your Fall statement.) To enroll go to www.goucher.edu/paymentplans.

Transferring a credit from your Student Billing Account to your OneCard as Gopher Bucks

If you have a credit balance on your student account, you can email the billing office at billing@goucher.edu and request that your credit be transferred to your OneCard with the following conditions: If your Financial Aid is complete but has not fully disbursed, you can transfer up to $600 before disbursement. If you are paying your tuition bill with the Tuition Monthly Payment Plan, funds cannot be transferred until the payment plan is paid in full. Also, once the funds are transferred to the OneCard, they cannot be transferred back to the Student Billing Account.

Deadlines

Room adjustments will be final as of September 8, 2021. Riding lessons and private music lessons will be charged to accounts after the course drop deadline on September 8, 2021

Monthly statements will be available for accounts with a debit or credit balance. Accounts with a balance due should remit payment upon receipt of the statement. Credit balances are not refunded automatically unless required under Title IV regulations or if the student no longer attends the college. All other credit balances will be refunded if requested (see Refund Policy).

Miscellaneous Charges

In addition to the tuition and housing charges, other miscellaneous charges may appear on the student's statement of account. Please email the appropriate department for details.