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Clearing the Bill and Payment Options

Each initial semester bill must be "cleared" by the due date. In order to clear the bill, the student must make appropriate payment and sign the billing Affirmation Statement to accept charges and authorize financial aid payments. Clearing the bill is required to confirm enrollment and to activate financial aid disbursements, dining plan, housing placement, and other on-campus services. Class registration is cancelled for any student whose bill is not cleared by a published date before the start of the semester. Bills may be cleared by mail (check or credit card) or via the web (credit card or e-check) at Credit card payments are accepted from Mastercard, VISA, Discover, and American Express.

The Oneonta Installment Plan is available to families who wish to pay their semester bill in two installments. One-half of the total plus an installment fee of $22.50 is required by the initial due date. The balance due is billed at mid-semester. Failure to meet payment deadlines prohibits eligibility for future semesters.

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