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Office of the Bursar

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Office of the Bursar

The Office of the Bursar is responsible for the Accounts Receivable of the University, which includes all student accounts and miscellaneous cash receipts, as well as the daily cash management operations of the University. The student accounts area is specifically responsible for issuing the student bills, processing receipts and responding to inquiries.

The Office of the Bursar is also responsible for the collection of the Federal Perkins and Federal Nursing loans.

We are located on the first floor in McAuliffe Hall, Room 111. Our business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.  The payment window is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. During the summer (late May through late August) we open at 8 a.m., and our Friday close is at 12 noon.

Full-time Undergraduate Students

Billing Information

Payment Plans

Important Dates
Date Information
July Fall semester billing statements generated during first week of the month
August 1 Payment for Fall semester due
August 1 Last day for receipt of enrollment in the Fall semester monthly payment plan
September 30 Final date of Fall semester extension for receipt of Federal and alternative loan proceeds. Late fees assessed after this date
Late November/ Early December Spring semester billing statements generated 
December 24 - January 1 University offices closed
December 31 Payment for Spring semester due
January 1 Last day for receipt of enrollment in the Spring semester monthly payment plan
February 28 Final date of Spring semester extension for receipt of Federal and alternative loan proceeds. Late fees assessed after this date

Graduate & Continuing Studies Students

International Students

Full-time Undergraduate Students

Billing and Payment Information

Graduate and Continuing Studies Students

Billing and Payment Information

1098-T Reporting

IRS Regulatory Changes for 1098T Reporting:

Years Prior to 2018 1098T Reporting: حلحلآ‏»­ reported Box 2 – Amounts Billed for Tuition and Related Expenses.

2018 1098T Reporting: IRS regulations require all Universities to report Box 1 – Payments Received for Tuition and Related Expenses. Box 2 reporting is no longer allowed.

Important Notes: Payment Processing related to the IRS 2018 1098T reporting changes- *

  • The Spring billing statement will continue to be issued in late November/Early December.
  • Payments received via mail in late December of any calendar year will be recorded on the student account in the following calendar year. Therefore, payments mailed and received by the University in late December will not be eligible for 1098T tax reporting in the current calendar year.
  • Electronic payments received via the حلحلآ‏»­ Online Billing and Payment site will continue to be processed on the student’s account on the date the payment is made.

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Frequently Asked Questions

All Fairfield full-time undergraduate students and authorized users, such as parents, guardians, or sponsors, are able to review student account activity, view billing statements and make secured payments electronically through our online billing and payment website.

You can access the website 24x7. You will be notified at your student email address whenever an online bill is generated.

All billing is done electronically; no paper bills are mailed to your home address.  Payments are still able to be made via check to the Office of the Bursar.

To establish authorized users, the student will:

  1. Log on to my.Fairfield
  2. Search Online Billing and Payment-Student and Launch the task
  3. Select ‘Authorized Users’ located on the right hand side of the Home page
  4. Choose ‘Add an Authorized User’
  5. Provide the e-mail address of the Authorized User; Press the ‘I Agree’ button.  The authorized user will be notified by e-mail once this is completed.

The authorized user may review student account activity, view billing statements and make secured payments electronically. Authorized Users will be notified at their email address whenever an online bill is generated.  At the eBill site, the authorized user must type in the login which is their email address and password assigned to them by the system.  The authorized user will be prompted to reset the password for future login.

The authorized user can have their password emailed to themselves or have the student remove them as an authorized user and then re-establish them as an authorized user.  Once re-established, the authorized user will again be notified by email of the authorization.

Yes, the technical architecture/security of the online billing and payment website provides for intrusion detection and firewall systems to protect the network.

Payments utilizing an electronic check (ACH) can be made anytime at the eBill site from a checking or savings account in the United States.  Payments will be transferred electronically to حلحلآ‏»­ and will update your student account in real-time.  To ensure security and privacy, each authorized user is assigned a separate password to access his/her account and payment history.  No one else, not even the student, will be able to view an authorized user’s confidential account information.

Students and authorized users can also print the bill and send a check or money order (no cash) made payable to حلحلآ‏»­ along with the remittance portion of the billing statement through the mail to the following address:

Office of the Bursar
حلحلآ‏»­
P.O. Box 320455
Fairfield, CT 06825

Please include Student ID Number and Name on all correspondence.

حلحلآ‏»­ does not accept credit card payments for full-time undergraduate tuition, fees, or room and board.

You may send payments by mail or pay in person at the Office of the Bursar in McAuliffe Hall Room 301.  To send a check or money order through the mail, print a copy of the online bill and mail the remittance portion of the billing statement along with the check or money order to the address listed below.

Office of the Bursar
حلحلآ‏»­
P.O. Box 320455
Fairfield, CT 06825

Please include Student ID Number on all correspondence.

Payment can be made via . Holidays and other celebrations may delay processing of international payment therefore, it is recommended that students initiate their payment at least 10 business days before the payment deadline to ensure timely processing.  Incoming payments must be limited to the cost of University tuition, fees, and health insurance charged to the student account for the current semester. Any excess funds will be held on the student account toward the following semester charges.

 The flexibility of viewing your bill electronically 7 days a week from any location via the internet.

 The ability of paying your bill electronically 7 days a week from any location via the internet with a bank account in the United States.  Billing information and payments are private and secure.

 The option of authorizing users, such as a parent, guardian or sponsor, to view and pay the bill.

 The ability to receive your tuition bills faster, online with email notification.

 The option of viewing your current bill plus an invoice history online.

 The ability to make convenient electronic payments from a checking or savings account (banks in the United States only) without using paper checks or money orders and with immediate confirmation of an online payment.

 The ability to access and print a pdf of the paper bill.

By phone: 203-254-4095
By e-mail: bursar@fairfield.edu

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