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What is the 1098-T form?
The 1098-T form contains information that colleges and universities are required to issue for the purpose of determining a student’s eligibility for the American Opportunity Tax Credit and Lifetime Learning Tax Credit. Rowan University reports charges for amounts billed to students for qualified tuition and related expenses, prior year adjustments, and grants and scholarships.
By spreading payments out over a period of five months, students can budget for their tuition bill and avoid a large, lump sum payment at the beginning of the semester. Budgeting in this manner can also reduce the amount of loans/financial aid needed, thus reducing student indebtedness.
The installment plan is interest-free, and plan due dates are as follows:
To enroll in the Deferred Payment Plan:
Late fees are assessed three (3) calendar days after each due date, as applicable.
Please note that the deferred payment plan does NOT apply to previous semester balances. Should you need to make arrangements for a payment plan for a prior semester balance, please contact the Office of the Bursar at (856) 256-4150. IMPORTANT: Payment plans for prior semesters will not remove a Denial of Service hold until the entire past due debt is paid in full.
All notices concerning bills will be sent to the student’s Rowan e-mail account.
Effective July 2015, students paying their tuition bill with a credit or debit card will be assessed a non-refundable credit card convenience fee, currently 2.75% of the transaction.
Rowan University is committed to offering its students a comprehensive array of financing options to pay for their tuition and associated fees, including room and board. However, the rising cost of transaction charges has made it fiscally impossible for Rowan University to continue to absorb these expenses. In order to continue accepting credit or debit cards, the University must pass the service charges on to the cardholder.
Payments via cash, check, or online deductions from a checking account will not be subject to this fee.
To view our Credit Card Convenience Fee Frequently Asked Questions, please click on the following link:
The notice that was e-mailed to all currently enrolled students is available as a PDF file. To access this documentation, please click on the following link:
All Dining Dollars will expire upon graduation, University withdraw, or at the end of each Spring semester. They will not roll over as they had in the past. To check account balances go to myrowancard.rowan.edu and log in with your network ID.
Rowan Boulevard merchants accepting Dining Dollars include:
To add authorized users to view your bill & make payment, students must log into Banner Student Self-Service. Once logged in, click on "Bursar Services," then click "Make a Payment" to be directed to the secure payment site. Once there, click the "Authorized Users" tab. You will need to enter in the e-mail addresses for any person you would like to set up.
Authorized users will be sent an e-mail with a username and password in order to log in and view your statements and make payments.
To add funds to your Rowan Bucks account for immediate use, simply go to myrowancard.rowan.edu and log in with your network ID and password. Follow the steps to deposit money using a credit card. The funds will be available in your Rowan Bucks account once your credit card transaction is complete.
Parents or relatives can easily and instantly add funds to your Rowan Bucks account with a credit card at the guest log in area using your Rowan ID number.
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