Student billing is a resource for students and parents seeking information on tuition and fees, payment due dates, COF, tuition appeals, request for refunds, third party, and 1098-T’s. Students may obtain information from Business Financial Services in the Administration Building, Room 212 or by calling 719-549-2181. You may also email send emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fee rates are on-line at https://www.csupueblo.edu/business-financial-services/tuition-and-fees.html
Tuition rates are established by the Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System following budget action of the Colorado General Assembly. The Board of Governors normally acts on tuition and fee (course, program, and department) charges at a meeting prior to the start of the academic year. The Student Fee Governing Board (SFGB) is the body at Colorado State University Pueblo responsible for recommending Permanent Student Purpose Fees (mandatory fees). There may be other fees associated with a student enrolled at the University. All fees and charges are subject to change. Go to your TWOLF Student Portal and then log into PAWS to view billing information.
Payment Due Dates
Student Balance is due in full on the specified date of each semester. Any remaining balance after the payment due date will be accessed a 1.5% finance charge each month. The finance charges will appear in the students PAWS account as an Extended Payment Plan Charge (EPPC). EPPC’s assessed will not be removed for pending private scholarships that have not been received by the university. Visit the Billing web page and/or call Business Financial Services for more information at https://www.csupueblo.edu/business-financial-services/student-billing/index.html
To view your bill access your Student Paws/Billing Page.
Delinquent Student Accounts
Students are subject to any or all of the following actions if they have a delinquent debt to the University:
- Inability to view grades
- Administratively withdrawn
- Diplomas and transcripts held (official and unofficial)
- Letters of Completion for graduation withheld
- Enrollment and degree verification (of National Student Clearinghouse will be restricted)
- No future course registrations allowed
- Turned over to a collection agency
Reasonable collection/legal costs will be added to the amount due. Any student who pays with a check that is returned unpaid by his/her bank will be subject to all of the penalties for late payment and also will be charged an additional $25 fee.
The Tuition Appeals Committee will consider requests for adjustment to tuition and fee charges when a student can document extenuating circumstances. Appeals must be made no later than thirty (30) days past the end of the term in question. The Tuition Appeals Committee meets only once a month. Appeal forms can be obtained by contacting Business Financial Services in the Administration Building. No adjustment/refunds of tuition and fees will be made to a student who is suspended, dismissed, or expelled for a breach of discipline.
Third Party Payments
All students who have a designated third party that will be making payment on the student’s account must submit completed forms to the Business Financial Services office before the drop date of each semester. Once the proper forms are received, invoicing for all third party sponsors will begin to be processed after the drop/add date. For further information please contact Business Financial Services.
Request for Refund
Students who have a credit on their account can request a refund by completing a request for refund form. Students who want to leave a credit on their account can do so for an upcoming semester. Once the request for refund form is submitted it will be verified and processed. Please allow up to two weeks for processing. Students can pick up a request for refund from by visiting the Business Financial Services office in Administration building room 212 or by visiting the main CSU Pueblo website.
Students are encouraged to set up direct deposit for financial aid disbursements, request for refunds, and payroll. To access the Direct Deposit Authorization form, please follow the link below or visit Business Financial Services in the Administration Building Room 212. Forms can either be dropped off, faxed, or mailed using the information on the form. Direct Deposit forms may take seven business days to be entered into the system once submitted.
For instructions on accessing your 1098-T, please visit your PAWS account and select "Billing/Account Activity" and click on the tab titled "1098-T." To access your 1098-T tax form please visit the Heartland ECSI website below. For further questions please contact Business Financial Services.