Jefferson College of Health Sciences utilizes e-Billing as the official billing process for the college. Paper statements will not be mailed. Watch for monthly e-mail notifications in your Jefferson College e-mail with the subject line "Billing Statement."
Payment of college expenses is the responsibility of the student. All charges are due on the date stated on the billing statement. Tuition due dates are available on the Academic Calendar.
All tuition, fees and residence hall charges must be paid prior to class attendance. The student must clear his or her account by the due date stated on the billing statement in order to maintain valid registration. Students receiving financial aid will receive an award letter from the Office of Financial Aid. If charges exceed the financial aid award, payment is expected prior to the due date stated on the invoice. If the financial aid award exceeds the charges, the student will receive a refund for the excess amount. Refunds are processed after the last day to add/drop courses listed on the academic calendar. Refunds can be electronically deposited into your bank account. Direct Deposit forms can be submitted on your Self-Service account or in the Bursar Office. Direct deposit is fast and convenient. Check refunds will be mailed to the address on file.
A returned check fee in the amount of $25 will be added to the student account along with the amount of the returned check.
A 1098-T will be mailed to students in January. The 1098-T informs the student of the possibility of a tax credit. The amount of eligible charges, along with scholarships and grants are provided on each 1098-T. It is the student's responsibility to determine eligibility for the tax credit. For more information on 1098-T forms, click here to visit IRS.gov.