Handbook: Student Services Bursar
- Handbook Student Services Bursar
Mr. Mark Matlock
Student Services Center - First Floor Hamilton Hall
732-5555, option 2
The Bursar Office issues billing statements via Edinboro’s eBill system. An email will be sent to your University email address to notify you of your current bill. The initial eBill lists the class schedule, charges and estimated financial aid. Students who decide not to attend prior to the start of classes must drop the course(s) online or notify the Records Office of their intent to withdraw to avoid charges on their account. One paper bill per semester may be obtained by written request to the Bursar Office, 210 Glasgow Road, Edinboro, PA 16444 or by stopping into the Bursar Office during regular business hours.
You can pay your bill several different ways. The most convenient way is on eBill via the MyEdinboro portal. Log into MyEdinboro using the left side of your email address (student initials and six digits to the left of the @ symbol) and your network password then click the eBill icon on the left hand side of the screen. Once you are in eBill click the payments tab at the top of the screen. The payment options are American Express, MasterCard, Discover, VISA or e-Check/Savings. For online credit card payments only there is a 2.75% service fee assessed by PayPath.
Check, money order, cash, or VISA and MasterCard debit are accepted in person at the Bursar Office. You may also mail a check or money order. Print your online statement and mail it with your payment to Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, PO Box 644635, Pittsburgh, PA 15264-4635. Be sure to include the student's name and ID number on your payment.
If additional financial aid is expected, written proof should be submitted via email to Bursar@edinboro.edu, delivered to the Bursar Office or mailed to Bursar Office, 210 Glasgow Road, Edinboro, PA 16444. The amount may be deducted from the balance due. Financial aid must be finalized and posted to your student account within the first thirty days of the term to avoid additional charges.
A 4-installment plan is available to students in good financial standing each semester. To enroll, log into eBill and click the “Payment Plan” tab at the top. If you do not enroll and have an unpaid balance on your account thirty days from the start of the term, you will be automatically enrolled and charged the associated fees. Late registration does not extend the due date for term charges.
eBill statements are posted monthly during a semester to all students, and an email notice sent to your EUP email address. Failure to pay by the date indicated may result in delaying registration for future semesters. Students are reminded to monitor their eBill account to insure they are in good financial status with the University and can set up any third-party, such as a parent or guardian to receive email notifications as well. To do this, go to eBill (via MyEdinboro portal), click the “Authorized Users” tab and enter the third-party’s email address.
The Bursar Office mails refund checks to your permanent home address on record in SCOTS, not your temporary semester housing address. Please make sure your address is current.
To receive your refund more timely, enroll in Direct Deposit. Log into MyEdinboro and choose the Direct Deposit link on the launch pad. If you are already on Direct Deposit, please verify that your bank account information is still valid.
For more information please visit the Bursar Office webpage