February 3, 2011
Student payments for spring semester are due Feb. 10 through the University's eBilling system.
Spring 2011 tuition and fees, residence hall charges, health insurance, other university charges, as well as College Opportunity Fund credits and financial aid, which have been available online since early January, can be viewed on RAMweb.
Parents can view billing statements at www.bursar.colostate.edu. However, to access the billing statements, the parent e-mail address must have been added by the student to his or her account.
With Colorado State’s new eBilling system, implemented in the fall 2010 semester, electronic billing notifications are e-mailed to students at their university e-mail address when monthly billing statements are ready to view on RAMweb.
Students can add e-mail addresses if they would like parents or other interested parties to receive eBilling notifications and view the billing statements online. To add e-mail addresses, students can go to RAMweb and select “Change My eBilling Information.” Students also can sign up for direct deposit financial aid refunds on RAMweb with the ebilling system.
Students may make payments on RAMweb and parents or other interested parties may make online payments at bursar.colostate.edu. Electronic check payments are preferred and there is no charge for an electronic check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards are accepted on the payment site. A fee of 2.25 percent and a 75 cent fee per transaction will be charged for each credit card payment.
For more information, go online to http://sfs.colostate.edu/payingyourbill/ebilling.aspx, visit Student Financial Services in Centennial Hall or call (970) 491-6321.