Are paper statements mailed out each month?
No, only one paper statement is sent to the student's permanent address each fall and spring semester – the first billing for the fall semester is mailed mid-July and the first billing for the spring semester is mailed mid-December. All subsequent monthly statements are only available online via "eBill." Between billing cycles, updated balances or current activity can be viewed by logging in to the "eBill" site and selecting the "recent account activity" link (Current Account Status tab).
When are payments due?
- Payments for the fall semester are due Aug. 15.
- Payments for the spring semester are due Jan. 15.
- Payments for the summer semester are due June 15.
What is the purpose of the Technology Fee?
The Technology Fee is a required fee for all undergraduate students each semester. This fee provides funding to enhance access to a variety of technologies supporting Concordia students, including expanded internet bandwidth, improved access to wireless networking both in residence halls and other areas of campus, as well as expanded access to printing.
What is the purpose of the Student Activity Fee?
The Student Activity Fee is a required fee for all undergraduate students each semester. This fee provides funding for student organizations, programming and activities on campus.
How can I use my loans to pay for rent?
If your financial aid exceeds your charges causing a credit balance on your student account, you can request a refund of the credit to use for living expenses. Contact the Business Office at (218) 299-3150 or email BusinessOffice@cord.edu to request a refund.
What if I need more loans, work study or other financial aid?
Please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 218.299.3010 or email email@example.com.
Can international students pay on-line if they do not bank at a U.S. Financial Institution?
Sorry, electronic check payments are only accepted from U.S. Financial Institutions. Please contact the Business Office for international wiring instructions.
How can I obtain a deferment for my Perkins loans?
Questions regarding Perkins loans may be addressed to the Director of Student Loan Repayment, Larry Rock, or by contacting University Accounting Service (UAS) at 1-800-999-6227. The UAS website may also answer your Perkins loan questions.
How will I know when a new statement is available?
Emails will be sent to students at their Concordia email address indicating that a new billing statement has been prepared and is ready for viewing. The email sent to students provides a link to the CobberNet login. Once logged in to CobberNet, students can access the "eBill" page by selecting the TouchNet icon. Monthly statements will be ready approximately the 17th of each month.
Why do I have to pay a convenience fee to make a credit card payment?
Concordia College contracts with a third party service provider (TouchNet/Pay Path) to ensure compliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) and Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS) card association rules. The 2.75% rate charged by the service provider is collected and retained by the service provider and is non-refundable.
Can my employer pay my tuition?
Yes, your employer will need to notify the Business Office in writing that they wish to pay for your tuition. They will need to include the following in their letter:
- The name of the student
- The name of the employer
- The address where the billing statement should be sent
- The amount of payment employer is authorizing
- Any restrictions or conditions on the payment of your tuition
Employers can send the letter to:
Attn: Larry Rock
901 8th St S
Moorhead, MN 56562
What is the Payment Agreement and Disclosure Statement?
The Payment Agreement and Disclosure Statement is an agreement between the student and the College that outlines how the student will pay their obligation to the school. It also outlines finance charges, use of Financial Aid and your billing rights. You must have a Payment Agreement and Disclosure Statement on file with the College before beginning courses.