- Accepted New Students - Admissions Deposits
- Registered Students - Payment Options and Guidelines
- Authorized Users - eBills, ePayments, Payment Plans, Scheduled payments
- International Students - Wire payment service
- Fredonia Installment Payment Plans (FIPP)
College Savings Programs- 529s Plans
Mail or In-person payments:
State University of New York Fredonia, Student Accounts, 306 Maytum Hall, Fredonia, NY 14063
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Student Accounts Welcomes You to the State University of New York at Fredonia! To reserve your place in the entering class and receive additional information about orientation and registering, please submit your deposit as soon as possible. Your $50.00 admission deposit and $50.00 housing deposit will be credited to your first semester bill from the University.
Payment options: Pay Admissions Deposits Online through our secure site using MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover or WebCheck options. You will need your Fredonia ID and pin number to access your personal electronic payment and billing services provided by TouchNet. Once logged in, choose the Deposits tab at the top of the welcome page and follow the directions. Submit your Admission Deposit and Housing Deposit if you will be living on campus. If paying by mail or in-person, please make your check payable toFredonia and submit to: Student Accounts, 306 Maytum Hall, Fredonia, NY 14063. You may also pay by phone at 716-673-3236 using MasterCard or VISA. Your deposit is refundable until May 1 provided you notify the Director of Admissions in writing of your intention.
Please feel free to call the Office of Admissions at 716-673-3251 with questions concerning admissions or the Student Accounts Office at 716-673-3236 with questions you may have about billing and payments. For more information about the Electronic Services available to you as a registered student, see below.
It is important if you intend to apply for financial aid that you file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This document is available online at FAFSA and should be filed as soon as possible. Please visit the Financial Aid web site for more information.
Several options are available for you!
- Electronic Services - Support the environment by taking advantage of our enhanced electronic financial services! Pay online with MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover or WebCheck options at Your Connection. Through 'Your Connection' you will be able to link to TouchNet, our secure service provider, where you make your payments online, view your account and payment history, pay room deposits, save your payment profile ... and the most exciting feature of all provides you the ability to assign authorized users access to pay your bill 24/7 without compromising your personal access! No longer will 'Your Connection' be the only access to online payments but your parents, guardians, spouses or other third-party payers will be able to sign on using their own secure credentials. From Your Connection - choose the View eBill|Make Payment option then click on "I agree" to login to your personal secure TouchNet account and navigate through your transaction choices.
* Remember - Authorized Users do not have access to 'Your Connection' and both you and the authorized users will receive e-mail notification when your eBills are posted. It only takes a minute to authorize users and all you need is their email address!
- Log on to “Your Connection”.
- Select “View eBill”.
- Review the page and accept the terms to access the secure e-Services site.
- Click on the “Authorized User” icon on right side.
- Follow instructions and click on “Continue”.
- Your authorized user will now receive an email with their unique link for access and instructions for logging on.
* Authorized users will access TouchNet using their own E-mail and password.
- FIPP - Fredonia Installment Payment Plans (Fall & Spring only) are available to students and their authorized users online only - Payment Plan options include 2, 3 or 4 payments per semester and can be accessed by students through 'Your Connection' and by authorized users through the TouchNet E-Services link. Prepayments can also be made before the first semester eBill is posted. However, once billed, you must sign up for a payment plan if you are not paying in full.
- New York's College Savings Program - Information concerning this program is available by calling 1-877-NYSAVES (1-877-697-2837) or visiting the New York's College Savings Program web site at https://www.nysaves.org. When you submit the Withdrawal Request Form, Fredonia's school code is 002844 and campus code for this program is 00. Plan ahead and request early as it takes 7-10 days to process payments. Student ID number is requested and EFT is the preferred choice for disbursal.
- Other 529S plans - Many states and investment firms offer 529S plans. We will defer payment if the funds will be sent directly to Fredonia and if you submit an approved application for funds including the amount.
Payment may be deferred, or delayed, during the Fall and Spring semesters based on approved financial aid that will be paid directly to the University. Your aid is approved after you have completed all of your requirements, including Master Promissory Notes, income verification, etc., and the amounts may be based on fulltime attendance for the entire term. Estimated aid is not allowed to defer payment. College work study awards, personal loans and scholarships that are given directly to the student are also not allowable deferments. TAP is allowed as a deferment until we receive payment from HESC. Caution: If your TAP award changes in any way, it may result in a balance due or refund, depending on your original award.
Disbursements and Refunds - the majority of financial aid is distributed by the fourth week of the semester and is applied to the student's account until the account is paid in full. Over payments will be refunded to the student by check or directly deposited to his/her bank account. To signup for Direct Deposit please follow the below steps:
1. Log on to "Your Connection"
2. Select "View eBill"
2. Review the page and accept the terms to access the secure e-Services site
3. Click on the "Electronic Refunds" icon on the right side.
4. Click on "Set Up Account"
5. Enter your account and billing information and click continue
6. Read and agree to the Refund Setup Agreement
Your checking or savings account should now appear as an option under "Direct Deposit Bank Account." If you have any questions or need further information please contact the Student Accounts office.
Students with military-related funding should be aware of the following guidelines: Depending on your funding guarantee, benefits may be paid directly to the University to be used towards your tuition and fees only and/or benefits may be paid directly to you. The money paid directly to you may be used at your discretion so we will not defer payment of your bill based on those benefits. During the academic year, students' eBills are posted around the 3rd week of the month and payment is due by the 15th day of the following month to avoid late admin/payment fees.
- Payment Deferment - What is a deferment of payment? If we have approval information for your tuition and fees benefit amount, for instance Post 911, ACES, RIRP or Chapter 31, we will enter that as a scholarship on your account, as a deferment for payment and postpone your payment for that exact amount. This means we will wait for the funds to pay the calculated amount as long as it is not dependent on completion or grades. The military will NOT send funds directly to the university to cover your room, debit or meal plan charges and they may not pay all of your tuition and fees. Therefore, it is wise to have other funds available, such as approved student loans, private funds, or whatever you choose, to pay your balance prior to October 15 (March 15 during spring term) if you want to be eligible to participate in early registration for future terms.
- HOLDS - After October 15 (March 15 for spring), students with unpaid accounts and fines are put on Hold which means you would not be able to early register for future semesters or receive transcripts until your financial liability to the university is paid in full.