What is an e-Bill?
An e-Bill is an online billing statement. The online billing statements include Tuition & Fee Invoices and a Statement of Account. e-Bills can be accessed by students through their WebAdvisor account.  E-Bills are updated real time and available 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

Students should periodically access their e-Bills to ensure that they have the most up to date e-Bill, including any balance due.

How do I access my e-Bill?
E-Bills will be available by accessing the student's WebAdvisor account and clicking on the following links which can be found in the Financial Information section:
  • My Tuition & Fee Invoice - Available until the start of the semester
  • My Statement of Account - Available after the start of the semester
What is My Tuition & Fee Invoice?
A Tuition & Fee Invoice displays information for a selected term, including the student's schedule, related charges and payments as well as any "estimated credits" that may be applied to the account, such as Quinnipiac scholarships and grants, outside scholarships, payment plans and employee or employer benefits. All "estimated credits" are subject to final approval by the Financial Aid Office.

Tuition & Fee Invoice allows students to request an updated version of their Tuition & Fee Invoice through their WebAdvisor accounts. Once the request has been submitted, a PDF version of the requested Tuition & Fee Invoice will be e-mailed to the student's Quinnipiac University e-mail account. The Tuition & Fee Invoice will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

What is My Statement of Account?
A Statement of Account displays only transactions that have been posted to the student's account and does not include any "estimated credits," such as pending financial aid transactions.

My Statement of Account allows students to request an updated version of their Statement of Account through their WebAdvisor account. Once the request has been submitted, a PDF version of the requested Statement of Account will be e-mailed to the student's Quinnipiac University e-mail account. The Statement of Account will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Can other people view my e-Bill?
With student permission, parents and/or authorized payers of Quinnipiac University students can now access their own WebAdvisor account to view various academic and financial information related to their student. Families interested should have their student visit their WebAdvisor account and use the "Grant Rights" link to begin the process. Once the process is complete, the parent or guardian will receive a confirmation email with information on how to access their own WebAdvisor account.  For more information visit Parent WebAdvisor Access.

Will the Bursar's Office continue to send paper billing notices?
The Bursar's Office is 100% paperless and will not send any paper billing notices to the student's permanent address.  The Bursar's Office will communicate via e-mail using the student's Quinnipiac University e-mail address as well as the e-mail address of any authorized parents or authorized payers as noted above. 

Students should be reminded that in the absence of paper invoices, it is the student's responsibility to monitor their e-Bills and all information and attachments sent to the University e-mail account to ensure that an account balance is paid in full by the applicable due date.  If parents or authorized payers will have responsibility for payment, it is the students responsibility to forward this information or grant WebAdvisor access to these individuals so that they can access the information directly. 

Can I print my e-Bill?
Yes. A PDF of the student's Tuition & Fee Invoice or Statement of Account will be e-mailed to the student when requested via the WebAdvisor account. The PDF can be printed and will look exactly like the paper billing statement you may be accustomed to receiving.

What do I do if I have problems with my e-Bills?
If you are experiencing problems with your e-Bills, please e-mail the Quinnipiac University Bursar's Office at bursar@quinnipiac.edu.

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