Billing Procedures

The Student Accounts Office creates an electronic bill (eBill) for students who have course selected prior to the start of a semester. Semester bills are created in mid-July for the Fall semester and mid-December for the Spring semester. Upon creation, an email notification is sent to the student's Fredonia email address in addition to any authorized users email address. Students and authorized users may also enroll to receive text messages when an eBill is created.  If the student would like their parent, guardian or another person to receive a copy of their semester bill, the student needs to sign them up as an Authorized User in our TouchNet system, or they may print a copy of the eBill and mail it. Authorized Users have access to view semester eBills, 1098-T tax notifications and current account activity, make payments, and enroll in payment plans.

A student must submit the required payment prior to the billing due date. Failure to make payment by the due date will result in the assessment of a late payment/administrative fee. Late fees are assessed as follows: $30 for balances less than $1,000.00; $40 for balances $1,000.00-$1,999.99, and $50 for balances $2,000.00 or more. It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Academic Advising Office if they are not returning so that the charges may be removed and courses may be dropped.

Students are billed for each semester individually. The university bill lists the following mandatory charges: Tuition, College Fee, and Student Services and Programs Charge. Charges for Residence Hall Room, Food Service, FRED Debit Account, Orientation, Course and Music fees may also be included on the eBill. A deduction from the total billed amount is made for the Advance Admission Deposit ($50) and Advance Housing Deposit ($50) when applicable. Deferments are granted only for authorized deferrable financial aid.