Susquehanna University does not mail paper billing statements to the student's home address. Students are responsible for obtaining and viewing their bills electronically. It is important to log in and view your electronic billing statement each time you receive notification that a new statement is available to view. Miscellaneous charges such as parking registrations, parking tickets, health center charges, music fees, library fees, shuttle fees and Global Opportunity fees are billed to the student account throughout the school term.
Failure to view your electronic billing statement could result in past due balances, interest charges and Business Office holds on student accounts.
All tuition bills must be paid in full by the designated semester due date.
Student whose accounts have not been paid in full may not register for or attend classes. No student will receive any degree or transcript until all financial accounts with the university have been paid in full. Failure to meet financial obligations will result in the denial of registration privileges and participation in the campus housing lottery as well as the accrual of interest fees and the potential incurrence of collection and legal costs. Students will be notified by the Bursar of denial to participate in the privileges listed above.
A student wishing to appeal the denial of privileges listed above, should mail a letter of appeal to Vice President for Finance, Susquehanna University, 514 University Ave., Selinsgrove, PA 17870. Any appeal must be in writing and be received no later than Oct. 10, 2014, for Spring 2015 registration; and Feb. 27, 2015, for Fall 2015 registration.
Student accounts that have not been paid in full are placed on a "Business Office Hold." A "Business Office Hold" prohibits students from registering, preregistering or dropping semester courses. Transcript requests are also denied if a "Business Office Hold" is active on the student's account.
Electronic billing statements are made available to the student the first week of each month. Students and their designated additional registered users will receive an email from ECSI indicating that there is a bill available.
Electronic Statement Instructions
In order to access your electronic billing statement through ECSI, you will need your Susquehanna University student identification number. This number can be obtained by logging into WebSU and accessing "My Profile."
You will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org that contains a link to your electronic statement. All statement notification emails will be sent to your Susquehanna University email address. The email notification will be sent the first week of each month provided that there was billing or payment activity on your student account. Follow the link from your email (http://www.ecsi.net/gateway/susqu-ebep.html) to view your electronic statement. You will be asked for your account number, which is your student identification number.
After entering your identification number, click on the "Email My Password" link (first time only) and a temporary password will be emailed to you from email@example.com. Return to the electronic statement website and log in using the temporary password.
Setting Up Additional Authorized Users
In addition to viewing your statement online, students are also able to authorize up to four additional email addresses to receive electronic statement notifications. This feature allows your parents, billing party or anyone of your choice to view your student account statements.
Simply log into the electronic statement site and select "eBill Settings." This will open a new page where you are able to enter additional email addresses for notifications of your electronic statements. As electronic statements become available, all registered email addresses will receive notification.
The fall semester statement will be available on July 8, 2014, and payment is due by July 31, 2014.
The spring semester electronic statement will be available on Dec. 5, 2014, and payment is due by Jan. 5, 2015.
Offices will be closed for holiday break Dec. 24, 2014, through Jan. 2, 2015. Our office will reopen on Jan. 5, 2015.
Students receiving financial aid are not exempt from payment of enrollment deposits, student activity fees or health insurance by the dates prescribed.
Make a payment by electronic check or credit card.