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Monday thru Friday, 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Office of the BursarProvidence College1 Cunningham SquareProvidence , RI 02918
What is e-Billing?
e-Billing is a convenient and reliable alternative to paper bills. Students will be sent an email notification to their PC email account when an e-Bill is available for viewing. Students also have the ability to give access to authorized users to view their e-Bills and/or make e-Payments. Each person with access to the e-Bill can receive an email notification when a new e-Bill is generated if their email address is provided. There are several reasons why e-Bill is the official billing method at Providence College. The primary reason is to provide faster and easier service to our students and their parents or guardians. The vast majority of students and parents are familiar and comfortable with the web culture. It has become commonplace to perform many daily transactions and communications via email and the Internet. Many universities and institutions around the country are using electronic billing as their primary method of billing. In addition to providing more efficient service, electronic billing also results in time and monetary savings to both the student and the institution.
Can I receive a paper bill instead of the e-Bill?
All enrolled students will receive an e-Bill. If you want a paper copy of your bill, you can log into the eBill system to print a copy of your e-Bill.
How do I set up an authorized user? How can my parents view my e-Bill?
A person other than the student may have the ability to view the e-Bill as an authorized user.
What if I do not view an e-Bill?
If the recipient of the e-Bill does not view the e-Bill within 5 days, a reminder e-Bill will be sent. It is the responsibility of the student to read the e-Bill and arrange for payment by the due date. Email notifications will be sent to the student PC email address and any authorized users when an E-bill is available for viewing.
How are e-Bills viewed?
Students will receive an email in their PC email account when a new e-Bill is available for viewing. This email will have a link to Cyberfriar where their Cyberfriar PIN and password will be used for authentication. The email received by authorized users will link directly to the e-Bill site to login and view the e-Bill. Make sure that the computer does not have Pop-Up Blocker that will block the access to your e-Bill.
Can I pay my e-Bill online?
Yes. Providence College allows students and authorized users to make secure online payments with an e-Check. There is no service charge for making a payment with e-Check. Payment with an e-Check will create an ACH transaction to your checking or savings account. Please note that payments made using an e-Check are handled the same as a paper check and may be subject to a hold. For more information see Undergraduate Day School Payment Policies.
If my bill shows a zero (0) amount due, what does this mean?
On the e-Billing web page, if your amount due is ($0.00), you have either a zero or a credit balance. You do not need to make a payment. A credit balance will not show as the amount of the credit, as the amount that is displayed is Balance Due. If you have a credit balance, the balance due is zero. On the Current Activity section you will see the account balance including credit balances. This is different from balance due.
Can I pay my Housing Deposit Online?
Log in to CyberFriar or if a parent you can access the Your Account page. From Your Account there will be an option to Click here to make a payment. If there is nothing under Your Account (either you do not have a balance or there is currently a credit on your account), you can click on Make Payment on the top of the screen. From the payment screen select Housing Deposit; add it to your Shopping Cart and Checkout. You will then be prompted to enter your checking information. A receipt will be emailed to you. You will need to print this receipt and bring it to Residence Life. If your Parent/Guardian is making the Deposit they will need to email you the receipt.
What is a Financial Hold?
A financial hold is when a student's account is locked out of academic and other student activities for financial reasons. For more information see Undergraduate Day School Payment Policies.
Does Providence College offer any type of Payment Plan?
As an alternative to payment in full at the beginning of each semester, Providence College offers an optional payment program through Tuition Management Systems for those who wish to pay monthly. For more information see Monthly Payment Plan.
When are bills due?
Bills are due each year for the Fall semester on August 15th and the Spring semester on December 15th
Why am I being billed for Health Insurance?
Every student is required to have Health Insurance coverage. If you have comparable coverage and wish to waive the Providence College coverage you will need to fill out a waiver with University Health Plans at www.universityhealthplans.com/Providence .
I am using Tuition Management Systems for paying my student bill monthly, but have received a bill from Providence College with a balance due.
You may have miscalculated the amount needed to cover your bill. Tuition Management Systems (TMS) will budget based on information provided by you, they do not have access to your billing information. If you need to review your contract amount you can contact us at 401-865-2284.
Where should I mail payments?
Regular payments may be mailed to the following address:
Providence CollegeHarkins Hall Room 400One Cunningham SquareProvidence, RI 02918Attn: Bursar's Office
I have a credit on my account. How do I get a refund?
I received a financial aid package. Why isn't it appearing on my bill?
The tuition bill will reflect the financial aid package when your financial aid file is complete. You should contact the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com to check on its status.