FAQs (Student Accounts)
Each student will have an account, which includes charges/payments for tuition, fees, room and board, parking permits and fines, as well as any other charges from the university.
Tuition is due three weeks prior to the start of class. After that, a $55.00 late fee may be charged. Non-receipt of a bill does not relieve the student from paying by the due date.
You can get your bill in Self-Service or stop by our office. We mail the first statement of the semester to the home address on file. Payments are still due by our scheduled due dates, even if you did not receive a bill.
It is the responsibility of all students to monitor their student accounts regularly. Changes may occur to their bills or financial aid that would require their attention even after financial aid awards disbursed to their accounts. You can view your account at any time by going to Self-Service.
- Log in with your GCU ID and password.
- Select the Finances tab.
- Select the Balance menu item. This tab defaults to your cumulative balance including all charges/payments in your history.
- Choose the Term you wish to view.
- Select Detail by Charges and Credits.
- Select Change.
- View your balance.
From Self-Service, log in with your GCU ID and password.
- Select the Finances tab.
- Select the Statement/Payment menu item.
- You will automatically be directed to a website called CASHNet.
- You can view your E-bills under the section titled View Bill.
- Choose the Statement you want to display.
- Select View.
- Click on the link “Click Here to Make a Payment” under the section titled Your Account.
- Click on Account Balance.
- Enter the Amount you are paying.
- Click on Add to Shopping Cart.
- Click Checkout.
- Select your method of payment.
- You will be charged a 2.75% service fee for using debit/credit card.
- There is no fee if you select Electronic Check. You will need your account and routing number to complete this transaction.
- CASHNet will inform you of the total fee prior to the completion of the transaction. You can then choose to Cancel the Transaction, Review Your Charges or Continue Checkout.
- Click on the box to Acknowledge and Accept the service charge.
- Click Continue Checkout.
- Review your order then click Submit Payment.
- You will receive an email confirmation on your Georgian Court email account.
Authorizing Parents/Guardians to Access Billing Information
Parents or Authorized Users have access only to make a payment or view payment history and/or balance on the student account. They do NOT have access to financial aid, grades, or other online student information.
- Select Parent Pins menu item.
- Select Add New.
- Set up a Pin for this person.
- Choose if user should Log In.
- Choose permission for user to receive Emailed Bills.
- Click Continue.
CASHNet is a vendor utilized by Georgian Court University that enables students to pay student account charges online. Through CASHNet Self-Serve, students and authorized payers will receive e-bills and make e-payments directly online. This system eases the payment process by allowing payments to be made at any time from any location with Internet access.
Anticipated aid is your projected aid as of the beginning of the semester that will be credited to your account after the drop/add period. The Office of Financial Aid will email your GCU address for missing items that may affect your aid. Please check your GCU email daily.
Anticipated aid is listed on your bill. If you have questions regarding your awards, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 732-987-2253. The Office of Financial Aid will email your GCU address for missing items that may affect your aid. Please check your GCU email daily.
We charge all students parking fee. If you are not parking on campus and want to waive your fee, you must waive your fee within the first month of the semester. You must register your car to receive the required hangtag. You can do both on Self-Service under Student Links and scroll to Parking Registration Form.
You can contact the Office of Residence Life at 732-987-2533.
No. You must have a $0 balance in order to register for future classes. If you have a balance during registration time, your account will be placed on a billing hold to prevent you from registering. Only a full payment of the balance will allow the billing hold to be removed. A billing hold will also prevent a student from receiving grades or transcripts.
The university accepts cash, checks, money orders, and cashier’s checks. Checks must be made out to Georgian Court University. The student’s name and student ID number must appear on the check. Payments by electronic check and debit/credit card are done online through Self-Service. All debit/credit card payments will be charged a convenience fee of 2.75%. We do not accept debit/credit card payments in house.
Nelnet: Nelnet is the only authorized interest-free payment plan offered by GCU. There is a $52 enrollment fee per semester. All payment plans must be set up before the due date of your bill. If your Nelnet contract is not enough to cover your GCU bill, you must pay the difference directly to the university by the scheduled due date. For more details or to set up your payment plan, call 1-800-609-8056 or log on to https://mycollegepaymentplan.com/georgian/.
Yes, a $55.00 late fee may be applied if the payment is not received by the due date on the bill. There will be no late fee charged if you are using the payment plan or have made arrangements through our office.
If you receive tuition reimbursement from your employer, you must submit a letter on company letterhead confirming your eligibility as well as the company’s reimbursement policy. This letter must be handed in at the start of the semester in order to avoid any late fees. Any fees or partial payments that are your responsibility must be paid by the current due date to avoid any billing holds. The only portion of the bill deferred through tuition reimbursement is the amount due from the company. If you need proof of payment for company reimbursement, you can contact us or log into Self-Service to print a statement showing your account paid in full. Please note that our office does not have access to grades; grade requests must be made through the Office of the Registrar or through Self-Service.
A book voucher is a credit based on the amount of financial aid on your account. If your financial aid monies exceed the amount that you owe, there will be a credit amount on your bill. You can obtain a book voucher from our office, and you may use this credit amount to purchase your school books.
A student must complete the Student Disclosure Form for the Offices of Financial Aid, Student Accounts or Registrar to share information with a parent or other adult.