As part of our ongoing efforts to be "green," USJ uses a paperless billing system. The billing system, called CashNet, allows students to access their accounts online.
You must pay all billed charges, less financial aid as indicated on your statement, by the payment due date each semester.
Option 1: Payment of the Charges in Full
Option 2: Monthly Payment Plan:
The payment plan enables you to budget all or part of your tuition bills over a four-month period without interest.
I have questions about my bill. Who should I contact?
When is my tuition due?
How do I make a payment?
Why am I being charged a fee to pay using my credit card?
USJ employs a third party to process credit card payments. This arrangement allows for a highly secure payment processing system that is available to students 24 hours a day. The fees are paid directly to the payment processor; USJ does not receive any income from these fees.
Why doesn't USJ accept VISA credit cards for online payments?
VISA does not participate in the online payment processing system used by USJ's online payment service.
How do I apply for student loans or other types of financial aid?
Please contact the Financial Aid Office with questions on student loans at [email protected] or 860.231.5223. Please be sure to begin your financial aid process early to allow for processing time.
I expect a refund from my student loan disbursement. How do I receive my funds?
All student loan refund payments will be processed via direct deposit to your checking account. To sign up for your E-refund please visit MyUSJ > Student Tab > Scroll down to Student Accounts Information > Click on Go to Cashnet > click on Sign up for E-Refund. Follow prompts to enroll to receive your refund electronically.
When are student loan refunds available?
Student loan refunds are generally available at the start of each semester. It is important that you meet all financial aid requirements and deadlines in order to avoid delays in your loan processing.
Why does my student loan not appear on my billing statement?
Make sure you have completed all of the required steps in the financial aid process on time. If you have questions or have not yet applied, please contact Student Financial Services at [email protected] or 860.231.5223.
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