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Important Announcements  (as of March 15, 2013)

On Wednesday, March 20 we will launch a new, improved version of our website. The new website is designed to be more user friendly and easier to navigate. We hope that this will enhance your user experience and welcome any feedback!

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NEW - Information Regarding Summer Session Due Dates
The Summer Session Term Bill due date will appear on your online statement of account on April 2, 2013.
Typically, the due date will be May 9, 2013 for Summer Session I.

Electronic Delivery of Your 2012 1098T Tax Form
We are pleased to announce that Rutgers University has partnered with ScholarChip to provide you a fast and easy way to view, download, and print your tax documents electronically.

You, or the person who claims you as a dependent, may be eligible to claim either a tuition and fees tax deduction or an educational tax credit on your federal income tax return.

If you enroll in the electronic delivery of your 1098T form, you can receive your information much faster, well before the January 31, 2013 mailing date.

You will receive an email from notifying you when your 1098T form is available over the web. If you are interested in accepting electronic delivery of your form, please follow the instructions in the email to view before January 23, 2013.

Tuition And Fee Rates by Semester
The University's Board of Governors has approved the university's tuition and fee rates for the 2012-2013 academic year on July 18, 1012.

Click here for more information.

2012-2013 tuition and fee rates by semester for each school are as follows for the corresponding campuses:

**Please remember to either waive or enroll in the UHC university sponsored student health insurance plan.

RU Book Advance for New Brunswick & Newark Financial Aid Students
If you are attending the Rutgers New Brunswick/Piscataway or Newark Campus, and will be receiving a refund from your financial aid for more than $500, Rutgers will allow you to use $500 of your financial aid refund to purchase your books from the University's New Brunswick/Piscataway and Newark bookstores during the beginning of each semester.

Your RU Book Advance account of $500 will be automatically set up for you unless your financial aid refund is less than $500, or you elect to decline establishing the account.

(Note: The amount received from Parent PLUS loans are not included in the refund calculation.) For more information and instructions, click here.

Use Electronic Direct Deposit for Faster Student Refunds
Students are able to receive their financial aid refunds more quickly via electronic deposit to a personal checking or savings account.

In addition to reducing the time it takes to receive a refund, our electronic refund system eliminates the possibility of a refund being lost in the mail or stolen, and provides email notification alerting the student that a refund has been processed. Click here for more information about how RU ScholarRefund works. To enroll, log onto your account online with your NetID and password.

Net Price Calculator Available For First-Year Students To Estimate Costs
The Net Price Calculator estimates college costs for first-time, first-year undergraduate students (freshmen) who are considering attending Rutgers. Returning students and prospective transfer students should use the Cost of Attendance Estimator to estimate tuition, fees and other charges and contact the Rutgers Office of Financial Aid for information on available financial aid.

Click here to access the Net Price Calculator tool. Note: The results are an estimate based on 2011-2012 Rutgers costs and do not represent any guarantee of cost or your actual financial aid package.

About Student Accounting/Cashiering

Welcome to the Rutgers University Student Accounting Financial Services website.

The Student Accounting/Cashiering Office ensures the proper billing of students' accounts and provides professional, prompt, courteous services to students resolving financial problems on an individual basis.

Our department is also referred to as the Bursar's Office, the Campus Business Office or the Cashier's Office.

Our offices manage the following areas:

Responsible for all types of student bill payments. Distributes student financial refund checks.

Student Accounts (SAR):
Keeps track of your financial status, which includes tuition and fee charges and credits. We handle problems that arise with your student account and administer partial payment plans.

Student Billing & Collections:
Sends bills, reminder notices, conducts exit interviews, collects Perkins loans, institutional loans, emergency loans and all delinquent receivable accounts.

This website contains important policies and procedures that will help all your financial transactions with Rutgers go as smoothly as possible. Should you have any questions about billings, payments, charges, and/or collections, please first review our Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.s) page.

If you require additional assistance, you may contact us via our online form or call +1 (848) 932-2254 during normal business hours.