Billing Instructions - Winter 2021
PLEASE CHECK BACK IN NOVEMBER FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WINTER 2022
Listed below is the overall process to complete your billing requirements online. If you’re unfamiliar with this process or have questions, you will find the following information helpful when attempting to complete the required online forms, view your bill, and make sure it processed by the processing deadline.
Failure to have your bill processed by the billing due date may result in a $40 late fee and your course schedule being dropped.
You are not officially registered for a semester until your bill is processed.
- At this point any required survey will pop up preventing you from going further into your UCanWeb until the survey is completed.
- For more information on the Billing Survey, see the “Required Billing Survey Information” section below.
TO VIEW YOUR BILL –
To access your Billing Statement, login to your UCanWeb
- Select the Student Menu ⤵
- Select the Billing Menu ⤵
- Select CASHNet Billing Portal ⤵
- Select View Statements ⤵
(this is located in the upper right-hand corner of the overview page OR at the bottom of the menu on the left-hand side)
- Select the most recent statement ⤵
(Statements are a screenshot of their creation date. Changes made after a statement is created will not reflect on that statement. They will reflect on the next statement created).
- Review statement for accuracy.
PAYMENT OPTIONS –
ONLINE: Pay by credit card or electronic withdrawal from a checking or savings account online in Cashnet Billing Portal located within the UCanWeb.
PAPER CHECK: Make check payable to 'SUNY Canton'. Be sure to include the student's Banner ID on the check.
Check or Money Orders can be mailed to:
Attn: Student Service Center
34 Cornell Dr.
Canton, NY 13617
WATCH YOUR EMAIL!
You will receive an email receipt once your bill has been processed. Your receipt is the confirmation that you are officially registered for the semester.
If you have not received an email receipt your bill is NOT processed. Communication is sent to students via their SUNY Canton email and via text regarding issues that may be preventing their bill being processed. It is up to each student to reach out for assistance should they have questions or concerns on their billing prior to the billing deadline.
If you will not be returning to SUNY Canton, please notify the Registrar as soon as possible in writing by fax 315-379-3819 or email email@example.com from your SUNY Canton email account. Please be sure to include your SUNY Canton ID number and the term you will not be attending.
*Submitting online materials without payment or payment arrangement does NOT guarantee you will retain your pre-scheduled courses or room assignment.
Answer questions about your enrollment plan at SUNY Canton for the upcoming semester.
- Graduation: Indicate if you plan to graduate at the end of the semester.
Answer questions about non-mandatory charges.
- There are no medical insurance or parking fees for Winterterm.
Note: You can continue making changes on your survey until you choose to submit the form. Once submitted, any changes or additions can only be made via a request in writing to the Student Accounts (Billing) Office at firstname.lastname@example.org from your SUNY Canton email.
* If requesting Winter Financial Aid, be sure to read all eligibility requirements and submit all application materials timely. Winter assistance is not guaranteed.
A Roo Express account is a discretionary spending account to use at the textbook center, campus store, and all dining facilities. You can request an amount up to $50 per credit hour for the Winterterm If your bill is able to be covered without requested Roo Express (i.e. Roo Express is causing a balance due), you must pay that balance. The Student Accounts Office has the ability to lower the amount of or cancel Roo Express to process a bill.
To request Roo Express credit for Winterterm, email email@example.com from your SUNY Canton email.
Untimely payment of outstanding student account balances may result in a hold being placed on a student's account and the subsequent withholding of enrollment, grades, diplomas and class selection. Students are encouraged to contact the Student Service Center to discuss any special circumstances surrounding an outstanding account. Balances remaining at the end of the semester are subject to referral to the New York State Attorney General or a collection agency.