Starting with May term, the Controller’s Office will no longer send paper bills to students’ homes.
All billing will be done electronically.
Students should keep on eye on their B-mail accounts for invoices.
“We would like students to check their Bradley e-mail accounts regularly, even through the summer, as we will provide them with billing updates,” said Sandra Fay, the student finance director.
Bills will be available at the myBU page at least one month before the bill is due, Fay said.
And instead of signing and returning a paper copy of the statement, students will need to complete the tuition master promissory note if they will not be paying their balance in full.
Switching to the electronic format does not change any of the due dates for registering for or dropping classes.
Now that the bills are online, students will be able to view and print statements from any semester. The bill will also highlight any overdue balances.
If students prefer a paper version of the bill, they can either print it off on their own or go into the Controller’s Office and request a copy be printed for them, but there is no way to receive a mailed statement.
The same payment methods are available – cash, check or credit card.
Fay said if students want their parents to be able to view bills, they must set up third-party access on Webster.