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Bursar News

Recent Bursar and CornellCard account activity is available through Cashnet

Jul 10, 2020

Use Recent Activity to get billing summaries, details, and current balances...

Cashnet launching new mobile-friendly site in July

Jul 09, 2020

Beginning in July 2020, the Bursar’s billing system – Cashnet – will be mobile-friendly.

COVID-19 Response: The Bursar's office is closed to walk-in traffic

Mar 17, 2020

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Bursar's office is closed to walk-in traffic

Where to send your outside scholarship checks

Feb 18, 2020

Send outside scholarship checks to the Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment for processing.

Wire funds with Flywire

Feb 18, 2020

Cornell offers international wire transfers through Flywire.

Making check payments to the Bursar

Oct 07, 2019

Check payments for Bursar and CornellCard accounts must be sent to 260 Day Hall.

Fraternity and sorority billing

May 01, 2019

Fraternity or sorority charges are billed by Cornell University as a courtesy to and through agreements with the Greek system at Cornell...

Summer Sessions: Tuition charges must be paid to register

Apr 09, 2020

Charges for Engineering Co-op and Summer Sessions will appear on the May Bursar e-billing statement.

Degree candidates: Tasks to complete before graduation

Apr 09, 2020

If you are a degree candidate expecting to graduate this May, don't forget to complete these tasks prior to graduation.

Resolve spring 2020 pending financial aid

Feb 18, 2020

Pending credits for spring 2020 will not appear on your bill after March 13.

NEW! The Cornell Installment Plan is available through Cashnet

May 14, 2018

New this year, the monthly installment plan is available in Cashnet!

How International Students Can Avoid Tuition Payment Scams

Aug 08, 2016

Schools have reported an increase in unauthorized, non-school approved tuition payment companies (or individuals) stealing entire tuition payments from their students in the recent weeks. These scammers may even claim to have an affiliation with your school.