Payment Options and Logistics
Student Financial Services Center
Review your financial account through EagleNet Student Financial Services where all account transactions and anticipated financial aid are listed in detail. Self-enroll in your term payment plan and setup automatic payments. Review your account regularly. Paper statements will not be mailed. Contact the Billing & Collections Specialist at StudentAccounts@jbu.edu with any questions or concerns.
Student Account Payments by card or e-check may be made on EagleNet Student Financial Services Center. Traditional paper checks or money orders may be mailed to the University Cashier. Paper checks and cash are accepted at the Cashier's Office in Chapman Administration.
Pay on Account Options
Review your student financial account on EagleNet Student Financial Services for these options:
- PAY IN FULL Pay your anticipated account balance in full (balance less pending financial aid) five days prior to the start of the term
- PAYMENT PLAN Self-enroll in a Payment Plan within the 2 weeks prior to the start of your term. Payment Plan payments are due on the 5th of each month to pay in full by the last month in your term. A $5 enrollment fee applies. If you opt for automatic payments, the enrollment fee will be waived. Payment plan balances will accrue interest at 5% annual percentage rate. Certain non-traditional terms are not eligible for payment plans.
Refunds of Credit Balances
If you expect a refund, complete the e-Check Banking Info link on EagleNet Enterprise Services Student Account. Refunds are paid by e-check to your bank account. Confirmation of e-check payment will be emailed immediately to you when the electronic payment is sent to the designated bank.
Complete the FERPA Third Party Release if you authorize the Student Accounts staff to discuss your student financial account details with your parent or other third party. Submit the completed release form to your Student Accounts Representative.
Student Health Insurance
Undergraduate Students enrolled 9 hours or more - You should waive student health insurance in Preregistration if you do not want student health insurance from Academic HealthPlans. If you do not waive student health insurance, your student account will be billed the non-refundable fee for the insurance. Degree Completion students, Graduate students, and dependents of students may be eligible to enroll in student health insurance provided by Academic HealthPlans. See Academic HealthPlans for more information.
Refunds of Tuition and Fees
Room and Board Plans
Office #34 in Chapman Administration