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The Student Account Statement
In order to stay up to date on the latest charges and credits to your student account, log into Student Services Online (SSOL). SSOL is where you find changes in tuition, fees, and other charges that may continue to appear in between billing cycles.
The Student Account Statement:
- is a document sent to you by email each term
- shows a “snapshot” of the charges and credits to your account on a specific date
- The first statement you receive each fall and spring term is what we anticipate your charges will be (and, if applicable, your financial aid awards).
- "Anticipated Activity," as it's described in your statement, includes anticipated charges and credits and is based on your student status and expected registration.
- Knowing the activity anticipated on your account will help you estimate and plan for paying your bill.
Remember, the "Anticipated Activity" on your emailed Student Account Statement is subject to change after registration for classes is complete. Always log into Student Services Online (SSOL) to find out the latest status of your account. Parents, if they are authorized payers, use the secure e-billing website to find the same information.
When you receive your Student Account Statement by email, it looks like this:
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The guide below explains the terms used on your statement.
GUIDE TO TERMS ON YOUR STATEMENT
|Term||What It Means|
Total Amount Due and Payment Due Date
To avoid late charges, pay this amount by the due date indicated.
This indicates your school and program as they appear in Student Services Online.
Based on your status and expected registration schedule, this list includes anticipated charges and credits based on your status and expected registration. It is subject to change after registration for classes is complete. The anticipated activity helps you estimate and plan for bill payment.
Charges are added to your account each time you have a new charge. If your total charges are more than your total credits, your statement will show a charge balance.
Credits are added to your account each time you make a payment. Credits can also be added to your account because of a mistake in a prior bill. If your total credits are more than your total charges, your statement will show a credit balance.
Credit balances can also be caused by a) an overpayment of tuition and/or applicable fees on your account, through either a direct payment online or in person, or disbursement of financial aid, b) a deposit payment for an upcoming semester, or c) a tuition payment by a third-party sponsor.