Spring 2014 FRESHMAN TO-DO LIST
|Attend Transfer Program & Register for Classes||eBill Availability to View Starting||eBill Payment Deadline|
|January 9 - 16||January 17||February 4|
|January 17 - 24||January 25||February 4|
|January 25 -||February 15||February 4|
The Bursar’s Office distributes all tuition bills electronically through an e-bill system. Here’s how it works:
For more information about billing, tuition and fees, visit the Bursar’s Office website or call the Bursar’s Office at 410-704-2100 or 1-888-5-BURSAR.
The Bursar’s Office is pleased to introduce “DOC” (Disbursement Online Center), beginning spring 2014. DOC is a system created with our business partner PNC Bank that eliminates the need to physically come to the Bursar’s Office to pick up a rebate check as a result of excess financial aid. If you elect to enroll, all student rebates will now be transmitted electronically to the bank account of your choice. If you do not enroll, student rebates will take longer to receive as the default will be the mailing of a paper check to the permanent address on file. At this time only students can sign up, so all rebates from Parent Plus loans will be mailed to the borrowing parent directly at the address on file.
Enrollment is free of charge and can be done by going to your Towson Online Services account. Once there:
Go to Self Service
Go to Student Center
Go to DOC Account Log-in (Located under the Finances section.)
For more information about "DOC," visit the Bursar Rebates Web Page.
Join the Bursar’s office in supporting Towson University’s Go Green initiative by granting consent to receive your 1098-T tax form online. Granting consent not only saves paper, but also offers you the opportunity to obtain your 1098-T information much faster than receiving it through the mail.
Towson University issues Form 1098-T, Tuition Payments Statement, to each eligible student by January 31 as required by the IRS within the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. The Form 1098-T is an information tax document to aid taxpayers in determining whether they are eligible to claim a tax deduction or one of the education tax credits such as the American Opportunity Credit or Lifetime Learning Credit
By electing to Grant Consent:
You will receive the eligible document earlier than the traditional mailing process
You eliminate the chance that the document will get lost, delayed, or delivered to the wrong address.
You are protecting yourself from potential identity theft concerns with a paper document.
You are supporting the university in our effort to save the environment.
Signing up for online delivery is easy, secure, and only needs to be done one time. In addition you can change your mind and withdraw from online delivery at any time. Electing to use this option will display the electronic 1098-T information in your Towson University student portal.
Login to Towson Online Services
Click the Self Service line
Click the Student Center link
Under the Finances section, select “View 1098T”
Select the Grant Consent button
For more information about billing, tuition and fees, visit the Bursar’s Office, or call at 410-704-2100 or 1-888-5-BURSAR.