Student Financial Services is responsible for coordinating the billing and collection of tuition/fee payments, collection of rent payments, collection of all other necessary service charges and deposits, distribution of financial aid checks, and maintenance of all necessary records.
Billing statements are available, online, on the tenth day of the term at the My Records website.
Students will be notified via e-mail when their statement is ready. Due dates and policy regarding late fees and university holds will apply. The due date recognized by the billing office is the one printed on the email notification regarding the billing statement. UNMC students who are registered and located on another University of Nebraska campus may be subject to the other campus fees and procedures. See the respective campus catalogue for current rates and procedures. Payment in full is required in accordance with the payment Due Date shown on the email notification. The University of Nebraska Medical Center accepts cash, personal check, money order, cashier’s check and MasterCard or Visa. Checks must be made payable to UNMC for the full amount. Use of debit/credit cards are not always successful because of the maximum dollar amount imposed by the users banking institution.
Students may not pay on another student’s account via credit card unless both parties are present at Student Financial Services office at the time of the transaction.
Payments must be postmarked or paid to Student Financial Services no later than the payment Due Date appearing on the email notification. Students may not pay on another students account via credit card unless both parties are present at Student Financial Services Office at the time of the transaction. Payments must be postmarked or paid to Student Financial Services no later than the payment Due Date appearing on the statement. If these requirements are not met, a late fee of $20.00 will be applied to the student account and the students university file will be placed on hold. If payment is made after the payment Due Date, the student should include the late fee as part of their payment. Students, who are unable to pay by the payment Due Date through no personal fault, may request a waiver of the late fee from the Office of Financial Aid or Student Financial Services.
Student Financial Services reserves the right to require students with a late payment history to pay their account IN FULL by means of cash or personal check prior to receiving Federal Stafford (subsidized and/or unsubsidized) or private loan funds; otherwise, the loan check must be signed over to the University and applied to the account. Any refund that results will be mailed to the student within 14 business days.
Students are encouraged to present authorizations for billing a third party, e.g., U.S. Government, foreign governments, Vocational Rehabilitation, National Guard, etc., to Student Financial Services on or before the first day of class. Authorizations not received by Student Financial Services before the payment Due Date will result in the student being assessed and responsible for the $20.00 late fee. If your employer will reimburse you for tuition and fee costs (after grades have been issued) you MUST meet the regular payment deadlines set by the University or face action in accordance with a delinquent account. This policy also applies to those who have tuition and/or fees paid by a UNMC department. Authorizations not received by Student Financial Services on or before the payment Due Date on the statement will result in the student being assessed and responsible for the $20.00 late fee.
If you are registered and located on another University of Nebraska campus you may be subject to the other campus fees and procedures. See the respective campus catalogue for current rates and procedures.
Refunds are generated within three business days of the posting on an account. Refunds are requested electronically from the Nebraska State Treasures Office and can take up to ten days to process. The refund check is then mailed with a copy of your billing statement to your home address.
If a personal check is returned to the University due to insufficient funds, the individual will be notified in writing by Student Financial Services. Full restitution of the account balance, any late fee charges and a insufficient fund charge of $35.00 must be received within 10 business days. Acceptable methods of payment are cash, money order, cashiers check, MasterCard or Visa. Please note, the dismissal process remains in effect while rectifying an insufficient funds situation which may result in full payment of tuition/fee assessment, the $20 late fee assessment and the $100 reenrollment fee assessment. UNMC reserves the right to suspend check writing privileges for future UNMC payments should the above situation arise.
UNMC students can access their consolidated University of Nebraska 1098T forms right from the Campus Records Website. If you attended institutions other than University of Nebraska during the 2010 calendar year, please visit their web sites for their 1098T information.
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