Student accounts and tuition & fee bills
Tuition and fee bills are online only. No bills are mailed. Tuition and fees are posted to student accounts soon after students register for classes and the billing cycle begins. If you are a student, log in to MyCUInfo and follow these instructions to view and pay tuition and fees. If you are not a student, your student can give you access (authorize payer) to view the student account and pay online. Once you are an authorized payer, log in to CUBill&Pay to view the student account and pay online.
Authorized payers log in to CUBill&Pay. When you’re logged in, click View Accounts > Current Statement. Students log in to MyCUInfo, click the Billing Information tab, View and Print Bill, then View Accounts > Current Statement. The Current Statement shows the bill as of the date it was issued. You can see a summary of charges for the current semester on Account Detail. See step-by-step instructions.
If you receive Title IV financial aid such as a Pell Grant or a Federal Student Loan, the aid is limited to pay tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board in accordance with federal regulations. This can result in a refund being issued to you before the rest of the charges (health insurance, parking permit, etc.) are paid. To avoid potential late and finance charges, you can grant permission in MyCUInfo for Title IV aid to apply to all charges on your student account. For step-by-step instructions see How To’s (Authorize Aid). Whether or not you choose to grant permission, all charges are due by the published due date.
To verify that the health insurance has been waived, log in to MyCUInfo (authorized payers log in to CUBill&Pay), View Accounts > Account Detail. The insurance will show zero when it has been waived successfully. In addition, the Current Balance will be updated to reflect the credit on the account. PDF statements are issued once a month if there is account activity so the insurance credit will not show on the PDF statement until the month after it was waived.
An email will be sent with a link to CUBill&Pay to change the temporary password. After logging in, you can set up payment profiles, view account information and tuition and fees, and view history. Authorized payers will receive monthly emails when bills are available on line.
We can help you and your authorized payer come up with strategies to make your payment process as easy as possible. Please call if this is the case 303-492-5381.
You can also print a PDF statement for someone else and mail it to them. Payments can be mailed but they must be mailed at least 10 business days before the due date. Postmarks and post-dated checks are not honored. To print a statement, log in to MyCUInfo, click on Billing Information, click View and Print Bill > View Accounts > Current Statement. About midway down the page you’ll see the option to download and print a PDF statement.
CUBill&Pay is the electronic billing and payment system used by CU to bill tuition and fees. Students automatically receive monthly emails at their colorado.edu email address when bills are available online. Students log in to MyCUInfo to view billing information in CUBill&Pay. Students can also give parents or others access (authorize payers) to CUBill&Pay so they can view the student account as well. Authorized payers also receive monthly emails when bills are available.
MyCUInfo is the student portal. Students access registration, class schedule, grades, CUBill&Pay and financial aid in MyCUInfo. Authorized payers log in directly to CUBill&Pay with their own access given by their student. More about CUBill&Pay
Due dates are listed on the View Accounts page as well as our website.
Some fees are charged based on the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled (e.g. Capital Construction Fee, Student Computing Fee). If you are enrolled half time, only half of the fee is charged. When you add classes and increase the number of credit hours, the second half of the fees may be charged.
Also, some course and program fees are charged by the course so you may see multiple fees but they aren’t duplicates. For example, if you are enrolled in more than one chemistry class, you will be charged more than one Chemistry Program Fee.
A financial hold is placed on an account when the balance is past due. The hold will prevent registration and release of transcripts and your diploma. To remove the hold, pay the past due balance in MyCUInfo. The hold will be automatically removed within 24 hours.
Nonresident graduating seniors (undergraduates in any school or major) who have exactly one course required to earn their bachelor’s degree and enroll in only that one course on Boulder Main Campus, may be eligible to receive a scholarship in the amount of 50% of tuition only. Nonresident graduating seniors who have exactly two courses (maximum of 8 credit hours) required to earn their bachelor’s degree and enroll in only those two courses (at least one on Boulder Main Campus), may be eligible to receive a scholarship in the amount of 25% of tuition only. All other charges and fees apply as normal to both groups. This scholarship is offered only during the final semester before completing degree requirements and must be approved prior to completion of the student’s final semester. This is available only in fall and spring semesters. Your academic situation and enrollment must be verified by your academic advisor.
To see if you are eligible, email Michael Grant in the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, include your name, email address, student ID, whether exactly one course remaining or exactly two courses remaining (no others are eligible), email address of your academic advisor, and your semester of graduation.
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