- 2013-14 Tuition and Fees
- eBill and Online Payments
- Student Accounts FAQ
- GLB Act Policy
- Student Insurance Information
- General Financial Information
- 1098-T Tax Information
- Truth in Lending Act
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711
727-864-8321 or 727-864-8352
Frequently Asked Questions
The Financial Aid Office determines a student's eligibility for financial aid, makes an award and disburses the financial aid to the student's account. The Bursar's Office is responsible for the billing and collections of tuition and fees and processing refunds.
The College provides paper bills at the start of each semester only, Fall billing is mailed June 15, and Spring billing is mailed December 1; on-line billing is available to you 24/7. Payments are due as following:
Fall Semester is due August 2, 2013
Spring Semester is due January 3, 2014
The College accepts personal checks, third-party checks, credit card payments, ACH payments (on-line only), and bank wire transfers.
There is no fee assessed when you make a credit card payment.
A late fee of $50 is assessed on all payments received after the due dates. In addition, a monthly finance charge at a rate of 4% above prime is assessed on all outstanding balances.
The College does not offer a payment plan. A 10-month payment plan to cover the balance for the academic year is offered through SallieMae TuitionPay; you may contact SallieMae TuitionPay at 800-635-0120 or visit the website.
You may access your account at http://www.eckerd.edu/ebill; you will need your Eckerd College id# and pin#. If you do not have or lost your pin#, please email email@example.com and your pin# will be sent to you.
You must complete a meal change form; you may change your meal plan during the first two weeks of each semester only.
All students living in residence halls except for Omega, must participate in a meal plan. This requirement ensures that students are meeting necessities for proper nutrition while having the opportunity to engage socially with their peers over shared meals.
Unused meals are not refunded. Unused block meals and flex dollars are transferable from fall to spring semester as long as the meal plan is of equal value.
Students with excess financial aid may charge books to their student account by completing the "Bookstore Authorization" form. You may download the form from the Bursar's webpage, once the form is completed and returned to the Bursar's office it normally takes 24 hrs for approval.
Financial Aid funds are disbursed to the student account after the end of add/drop period. Refunds generated by financial aid funds are not available until after enrollment is confirmed and all financial aid disbursed.
Work-study agreements may be signed to apply your earnings to your student account balance. The "Work-Study Agreement" can be downloaded from the Bursar's webpage.
A hold is placed on an account when there is a past due balance or if the balance is not covered by financial aid. Until the balance is paid the hold will remain on your account, you may contact the Bursar's office to satisfy the hold.
Proof of enrollment may be obtained from the Registrar's Office.
You may contact the Residence Life office at 727-864-8899, or, view the detailed damage report online.
You may stop by the Bursar's office (Student Accounts) located in Franklin Templeton building, 2nd floor, room# 253 between 8:30am - 5:00pm; or, you may call direct 727-864-8321 or 8352, toll free 1-800-456-9009, ext. #8321 or #8352.
I am not registered and I do not plan to return for next semester, why am I receiving a bill for next semester?
All students are billed for the upcoming semester unless an official withdrawal or college leave is completed. It is the student's responsibility to notify the Dean of Students office of their withdrawal or college leave. Once the official withdrawal or college leave is processed the semester charges will be canceled.