Please see our tuition and fees information. Students may be eligible for grants, scholarships, and loans. For further information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.
This is a fee for services provided by the Student Center, student activities, the Health Center, intercollegiate and intramural athletics, placement, counseling, and registration.
Yes, you are billed by semester, i.e. fall, spring, or summer. Payment deadlines can be found on our payment deadlines Web page.
Bills are automatically mailed up to a certain date each semester. After you register, it is your responsibility to make sure that you are not beyond that date by checking the information noted on your WebAdvisor Account Summary, or you can stop by our office to obtain a copy of your bill.
Yes, if you would like to pay monthly, you could use the interest-free monthly payment option offered by Tuition Management Systems (TMS). Monthly payment plans start earlier than the semester so please inquire early if you are interested.
Detailed information about bill payment can be found on our Payment Options Web page.
You should use the enclosed envelope. This address is the University's bank for direct deposit of your payment to our Bank.
This is a payment you mailed directly to our Bank.
The student must be 65 or older prior to the start of the semester to qualify for senior citizen rates.
Whenever a student changes from either full-time to part-time or part-time to full-time, they must request a change of status at the bursar's office. You may print a copy of a Change of Status form from our Web site or pick up a copy at the bursar's office. Fill out the change you are requesting and bring it into the bursar's office.
You can contact the Office of Financial Aid at 732-571-3463 so they can review your financial aid award status with you.
You can contact the Office of Residential Life at 732-571-3465 to check on the status of your room assignment.
You can contact the Office of Residential Life at 732-571-3465.
You can contact the Office of Residential Life at 732-571-3465 to discuss this change.
You can contact our Office of Health Services at 732-571-3464 to discuss health insurance.
A book voucher is a credit based on the amount of financial aid on your account. If your financial aid monies exceed the amount that you owe, there will be credit amount on your bill. You may use this credit amount to purchase your school books at the University Store. If your fall and spring bill reflects this credit, you may go directly to the University Store to purchase your books.
You have the ability to track your financial aid monies by viewing your Account Summary. On the Account Summary page, see line 4: Refunds. If this line shows a dollar amount in the right-hand column, you can check this box and click on "Submit." The payment summary page will show the date the process began for these monies, and your check will be mailed one (1) week from that date.
See our Refund Policy Web page. For additional questions, please contact the Office of the Bursar at 732-571-3454.
See Monmouth University's Refund Appeal Policy.
Please see the Office Registration and Records Policy on this matter.
You can contact the Office of the Bursar at 732-571-3454 so we can review your student account with you.
View your student account by visiting the WebAdvisor Web site and clicking on Account Summary in the Financial Information menu.
You can view your account any time by going to your WebAdvisor, Account Summary. It is important for you to check your financial account periodically as changes may occur to your bill or financial aid that would require your attention.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (PL 111-5) created two federal income tax credits for eligible taxpayers paying qualified tuition and related expenses.
Under the provisions of the act, the University is required to report to students and the Internal Revenue Service certain information concerning student status on a tax form referred to as Form 1098-T. The 1098-T is mailed to the permanent home address of all students by January 31, for the preceding calendar year.
Although the tax credits will benefit many taxpayers, the laws and regulations governing the credits are complex. Accordingly, you may wish to consult with a professional tax advisor in order to determine your eligibility and maximize your tax benefit.
For further questions not listed, you can contact the Bursar’s Office at 732-571-3454 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.