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The primary mission of the Treasurer/Student Accounts Office is to support the University's educational goals through the correct assessment of student fees, collections, and receipting university funds.
The 2016 1098-T's will be available online in Banner by January 31, 2017. Please refer to the How do I access my 1098-T for instructions.
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IMPORTANT: Please go to http://www.uncfsu.edu/bursar to access Fayetteville State University's Use of Tuition Statement.
This statement provides detail for the UNC Board of Governors approved charges only. For a list and description of both UNC Board of Governors and Fayetteville State University's special and miscellaneous fees go to Detailed Fees Schedule.
In addition, please note that the rates are on an annual basis for a full-time student.
| Fayetteville State University
|*All need-based financial aid shown above is supported solely through tuition receipts.|
|Academic & Institutional Support - funds academic and operational administration including university leadership and business functions such as finance, human resources, and legal services|
|Instruction - primarily faculty salaries and benefits, supports all aspects of the direct academic mission of the university|
|Need-Based Financial Aid - provides tuition-related aid to students with a demonstrated financial need|
|Student Services - encompasses the student-related administrative needs of the university including admissions, registrar, academic counseling, and career counseling|
|Operation & Maintenance (O&M) of Plant and Other Expenses - contributes to the operation and maintenance of the physical plant, utilities, and IT infrastructure|
|Regular Term Full-Time Tuition||$2,922.76||$14,531.00||Annual full-time tuition rate|
|Athletics||$668.00||$668.00||Funds intercollegiate athletics, including salaries and team operations.|
|Educational & Technology||$360.00||$360.00||Funds specialized instructional supplies and services for scientific and information technology equipment.|
|Health Services||$201.00||$201.00||Funds medical services for students, including the salaries, maintenance and operation of student health centers.|
|Student Activities||$543.00||$543.00||Funds nonacademic student services (student unions, intramural facilities, student organizations, newspapers, yearbooks, and entertainment programs).|
|Safety and Security Fee||$30.00||$30.00||Funds campus safety and security initiatives, including salaries, training, and operations.|
|Debt Service||$335.00||$335.00||Funds the principal and interest for capital projects. Examples for Fayetteville State University include Student Center Renovations.|
|Total Tuition and Fees||$5,059.76||$16,668.00|
|In the year ended June 30, 2016, Fayetteville State University received $52 million in appropriations from the North Carolina General Assembly providing an additional $10,160 towards the total cost of education for each resident student.|
|Academic & Institutional Support 23% Instruction 47% Student Services 4% O&M of Plant and Other 14% Need-Based Aid 12% Use of Tuition|
The Treasurer/Student Accounts Unit within the Business and Finance Division provides a variety of services to the University's students, faculty, and staff. The unit is comprised of the Cashiering Accounts Receivable Section, and the Federal Perkins Loan Section.
NC Legislature repeals exemption of sales tax on dining and meal plans: The North Carolina tax reform bill (H998) SL 2013-316 repeals the exemption in G.S. 105-164.13(27) on "meals and food products served to students in dining rooms regularly operated by State or private educational institutions or student organizations thereof," effective January 1, 2014.
What this means to you
The increase resulting from this law will include Meal Plans of all types (Traditional and Commuter Meal Plans) and affects universities state-wide.
E-Title IV Authorization
Non-Education al Charges and Prior Year Balances Federal Regulations require Fayetteville State University to use Title IV funds to pay your tuition, fees, room, and board. Fayetteville State University must obtain authorization from you before performing the following:
SAS (Student Aid Surplus)
FSU surplus aid is disbursed by ECSI via check or direct deposit.
Spring 2017 SAS date is February 2, 2017.
Please visit www.ecsi.net/refund and check your FSU BRONCO E-mail to set up your account!
Book Voucher Requests for Spring 2017 will be sent to your FSU Bronco email on December 16, 2016. The last day to apply for a Book Voucher for Spring 2017 is January 25, 2017.
Book Voucher funds are posted to Bronco ID cards for students who are taking at least one main campus class. Click link below to check Bronco Card balance Bronco Card Office. Students taking only online class(s) will receive their approved Book Voucher funds through ECSI.
Get it your way with RefundSelect Enroll in ECSI today at www.ecsi.net/refund. ECSI offers you convenient, fast, and secure options:
1. Direct Deposit
2. Paper Check
Past Due Accounts
FSU charges interest and late fees on all past due accounts.
For Student Inquiries, please contact:
Division of Business and Finance
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Lilly Building, Second Floor
Student Accounts and Perkins Office Hours:
Cashier's Office Hours:
Phone: (910) 672-1155 Fax: (910) 672-1494