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Elizabeth City State University

Fall & Spring Charges

Tuition and fees are due and payable prior to the beginning of each semester. Failure to pay current semester charges may cause your schedule to be cancelled. Account balances that remain unpaid will incur a 5 percent interest charge monthly. Additionally, account balances that remain unpaid will also be charged a $25.00 late payment fee one time during the semester where the account balance remains unpaid. Unpaid charges on your account will prevent you from registering for an upcoming term. Continuing students that do not preregister are charged a $100.00 late pre-registration fee. Visit www.ecsu.edu for current tuition and fees charges.

Students living in the University Towers, the Complex, Butler Hall, Bias Hall, and University Suites will be required to pay an additional $144 per semester. Students assigned to single rooms will also be charged an additional $319 per semester.

Students residing in Viking Village, which is a fully furnished apartment styled complex with individual bedrooms/bathrooms and a common living room will be charged the following room rates:

5 Bedroom/5 Bath

$2,600/sem

4 Bedroom/4 Bath

$2,600/sem

Doubles

$2,400/sem

2 Bed/1 Bath Suite

$2,400/sem

Certified checks or money orders should be made payable to "Elizabeth City State University". Please indicate student's name and banner identification number on the face of the payment to ensure proper credit. Charge cards (Visa and Master Card) are also accepted by the University Cashier. We encourage students to utilize the online bill payment system (Self-Service Banner, SSB) to make payments on their student account. SSB is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

In the event that a student is unable to pay the full amount due for any semester, assistance should be sought early enough to avoid registration delays. Inability to meet financial obligations does not prevent the charges of interest and late payment fees. Payment plans are available and must be set up prior to registration day. The earlier the payment plan is established, the more favorable the payment terms. Fall payment plans set up in June allow payments to be spread over five months, plans set up in July allow payments to be spread over four months, plans set up in August allow payments to be spread over three months. Spring payment plans set up in November allow payments to be spread over five months, plans set up in December allow payments to be spread over four months, plans set up in January allow payments to be spread over three months. Payment of any outstanding balance remaining from a previous semester is a prerequisite for attending school. All deferred fees must be paid by the end of the applicable semester. Interest and penalty charges may be included on all past due accounts.

Semester grades or transcripts will not be accessible on Self Service Banner (SSB) or sent to students with outstanding balances.