All About Billing
All About Billing
All semester bills will be delivered electronically, and paper bills will be mailed to the student's permanent address on file.
Notification of Bill
A notice will be sent to the STUDENT'S Delhi email address when the billing statement is available on the BroncoWeb. Additionally, a paper bill will be mailed to the permanent home address on file. Access to view/print/pay semester bills is done through the BroncoWeb.
If you would like an email notification to go to someone in addition to the student, such as a parent, legal guardian, or other third party, the student must set this person up as an Authorized Payer on their QuikPay account.
The Student Financial Services Office creates Electronic Bills (e-Bills) for students based on registration for the current term. Bills cannot be created until a student is registered.
Because we bill based on registration, any changes to your schedule may result in billing changes. Additionally, changes to room assignments and meal plans will affect the amount of your bill. Other miscellaneous charges such as library charges, parking tickets, and residence hall damage charges will also have an impact on your bill and can fluctuate during the semester.
Please check your current account activity on the BroncoWeb frequently to keep up-to-date with any changes on your account. Billing statements are created monthly throughout the semester.
All bills for the Fall 2017 semester are due by August 15, 2017. Bills for students registering after this date will be due upon receipt.
Any tuition bills not paid or not covered by an approved Payment Plan by the due date will be considered past due and may be subject to a monthly $30 administrative/late fee.
All accounts considered past due will have a Business Office (BO) Hold after September 3, 2017. A BO Hold will prevent registration, viewing grades, and receiving transcripts. Also, any students with unpaid bills after the fourth week of school are subject to having their meal plans shut off for a period until payment is made or arranged with Student Financial Services.
Students with a Business Office Hold who need to make changes to their current semester schedules will need to contact the Student Financial Services Office to discuss the balance on their account and hold release options.
Room rent charges are based on the student's current room assignment. Any changes must be arranged with the Residence Life Office and students are responsible for any room rent increases as a result of the changes.
A meal plan is mandatory for all students living in the residence halls with the exception of the Riverview Townhouses.
All students are defaulted to and billed for the 19 meal plan but may opt for a different plan. Additional information on available meal plans can be found here. If you would like to change your meal plan selection, please go to the Residence Life web page and click on "Student Housing Management Access" button on the right hand side of the page. Then click the "Meal Plan Selection" link.
SUNY Delhi requires all full-time students (12 credit hours or more) attending classes on the main Delhi campus to have health insurance coverage.
All students who are full time are billed $1,995 for Health Insurance for the Fall 2017 semester. If you already have health insurance coverage, you may waive this fee by September 28, 2017 by going to the following link: www.studentcenter.uhcsr.com/delhi
The following optional fees may be waived by completing the Optional Fee Waiver form:
- Alumni Fee ($35)
- Commencement Fee ($30) - charged to students slated to graduate in the Fall 2017 semester
- Fitness Center Fee ($60)
- Print Fee ($15)
- Res Life Social Fee ($20) -charged to students living in the residence halls (including Riverview Townhouses)
All fees need to be waived by 4 p.m. on the second Friday of classes (September 8, 2017).
Your bill may show credits applied to your account based on information from the Student Financial Aid Office and the amount is subject to change. Students are responsible for paying any difference between deferred and actual aid. If an award is not credited on your bill, your application may be incomplete and you should contact the Student Financial Aid Office at 607-746-4570 or email@example.com.
If your financial aid is not approved by the first day of class, you are responsible for the full amount due.
You must submit proof to the Student Financial Aid Office for any aid you wish to use that does not already appear on your bill.
A returned check charge of $20 will be assessed for any check returned or redeposited.
Prior charges and/or credits are identified as Previous Semester Balance and are included in the total amount due.
If you will not be attending SUNY Delhi for the Fall 2017 semester, please notify Enrollment Services prior to the start of the semester so we may give your spot to another student and remove all charges from your account.