Students can access their 1098-T forms online using ECSI's 1098-T Tax Website. School Code 002851
Students can visit ECSI's website to retrieve their own log in information by clicking on “Need Help Logging In” on the log in page, or contacting ECSI directly for their PIN (1-866-428-1098 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Costs, fees, payment plans, etc.
Important Spring 2013 Billing Update
If you are attending SUNY-ESF in the Spring 2013 semester, please access your bill here. Bills will be available December 15, 2012 & Due by January 15, 2013. You can print additional information here:
Important Fall 2012 Billing Update
If you are attending SUNY-ESF in the Fall 2012 semester, please access your bill here. NOTE: Bills will be available July 15, 2012 & Due by August 15, 2012. You can print additional information here:
Students who have a meal plan with Syracuse University housing will receive a separate bill directly from Syracuse University for those charges. Students must make payment arrangements with Syracuse University. Please contact the Bursar's Office at Syracuse University (102 Archbold North), 315-443-2444, for more information on their payment plans.
Students may use any money refunded from their financial aid, after payment of tuition, fees, and Centennial Hall dorm charges at ESF, toward their Syracuse University charges. Refund checks will be available on the first day of classes for the fall and spring semesters, and may be taken over to the Bursar’s Office at Syracuse University for payment. ESF does not send or transmit any funds to Syracuse University. If you opt in to have a direct deposit for refunds, all efforts will be made to disburse those funds before the 1st day of class.
Monthly payment plans are available for tuition, fees, and Centennial Hall Dorm rooming at ESF, and for tuition, fees, and room and board charges at ESF's Wanakena Campus. Contact the ESF Bursar's Office, 103 Bray Hall, 315-470-6652.
Expenses at SUNY ESF are reasonable due to the fact that the College is state supported, with both tuition and fees kept as low as practicable. The student expenses listed below should be reviewed with full realization of changing costs. The College reserves the right to make changes in charges when such are deemed necessary. All College charges must be paid or deferred by Financial Aid by the start of each semester. Failure to satisfy all financial obligations will result in the withholding of grades, transcripts, and/or diplomas and can cause referral to the New York State Attorney General for collection.
Costs are subject to change.
Students may formally audit courses with permission of their major professors and the course instructors. Audited courses may not be used to satisfy any academic or graduation requirements. Formally audited courses will appear on the students' transcripts and will be graded either SAU (satisfactory audit) or UAU (unsatisfactory audit). The grade will be assigned based on a criteria for audit established by the course instructor. Registration guidelines for audited courses are the same as for courses taken for credit. It is SUNY ESF's policy to charge full tuition and fees for audited courses.
Deferment of semester charges will be granted only upon proof of financial aid. Unless payment arrangements have been made that satisfy the college policy, the student is subject to withdrawal from ESF.
All students who have not paid their outstanding balance (i.e. by check, cash, payment plan, financial aid, or credit card) by close of business on the due date will be subject to a late payment fee. This fee is based on the following:
|Debt||Administrative or Late Payment Fee|
|less than $1001.00||$30.00|
|$1001-less than $2001||$40.00|
|$2001 and above||$50.00|
In a continuing effort to assist the families of SUNY ESF students, the Monthly Payment Plans (MPP) is offered as an alternative to standard payment arrangements. The MPP enables families to pay college-billed expenses in regular monthly payments. MPP allows parents to determine how much of their annual tuition and fees they may want to pay in equal monthly installments. This will afford families the ability to budget annual costs to best fit their individual needs. MPP provides all of the benefits of a monthly payment plan without charging interest. The only cost is a $45.00 annual or $25.00 for Summer ONLY for application fee to cover administrative expenses. There are two options to the MPP; Summer ONLY (3 payments), Fall/Spring (8 payments each). Questions may be directed to the Bursar's Office.
Accepted students must submit a deposit as outlined in their offer of admission to hold their place in the entering class. The Admissions office will be able to give the dollar amount of the deposit. This deposit is applied toward charges on the Bursar's bill for first semester of attendance. This deposit is refundable only by written request received at the ESF Admissions Office by May 1 for all summer/fall terms; by November 1 for winter/spring terms OR 30 days after acceptance, whichever is later.
The refund schedules outlined below have been established by the State University Board of Trustees. Please see the College Catalog for complete information. In order to obtain a refund, however, the student must fill out the official withdrawal form and specifically request a refund.
The first day classes are offered, as scheduled by the College, shall be considered the first day of the semester/summer session. The first week of classes for purposes of refunds, shall be deemed to have ended when seven calendar days, including the first day of scheduled classes have elapsed.
|Fall and Spring Semester||Summer - 6 week course||Summer - 12 week course||Maymester (2 weeks)|
|During||of Refund||During||of Refund||During||of Refund||During||of Refund|
|1st week||100%||1st week||100%||1st week||100%||Days 1-2||100%|
|2nd week||70%||2nd week||30%||2nd week||60%||Days 3-5||80%|
|3rd week||50%||3rd week||0%||3rd week||40%||Days 6-10||0%|
|4th week||30%||-||-||4th week||0%||-||-|
Beginning with the Fall 2011 semester, SUNY ESF will no longer print and mail paper bills. Students have had access to our online bills for a few years but we continued to provide paper bills. This decision enables SUNY ESF to go green and save thousands of trees, while saving thousands of dollars in printing and postage expenses. E-Billing also alleviates risks associated with paper bills- identity theft, loss of mail and changes of address.
The amount of refund a student is eligible to receive upon withdrawal from college is outlined in the section “College Refund Policy.” Students obtaining financial aid will not receive refunds until funds representing financial aid awards have been applied back to the respective accounts.
Students who withdraw from the college after receiving cash disbursements of Title IV financial aid to assist in paying their non-institutional costs may be required to repay all or a portion of the Title IV aid received.
Please note: Tuition, fees and charges are subject to change by action of the University Board of Trustees.
The State University Board of Trustees has adopted a plan of health insurance coverage for all participants in SUNY programs of international exchange, research and study. This mandatory insurance policy pertains to students and scholars studying abroad and to foreign students attending SUNY colleges. For details, contact the Cashier in 102 Bray Hall.
All entering Freshman at SUNY-ESF are required to reside on campus in the Centennial Hall for the first year of enrollment. Transfer students are not required to reside in college housing, but are encouraged to apply for housing, and housing will be assigned to transfer students at Centennial Hall's discretion if it is determine space is available.
Current costs are:
If a returning student resides in Syracuse University housing, please contact the SU Residence Life Office at 315-443-3637.
Costs vary depending on the meal plan choice. These services are provided by Syracuse University. Please contract the Residence Life Office at 315-443-3637.
Textbook costs depend on the requirements of the student's particular program and the availability of used books. In general, the range is between $500 and $700 per year for textbooks and supplies.
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