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Betsy Fangiullo,
Davidson Hall, Room 221
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050-4010
Phone:  860.832.2010
Fax:     860.832.2173
Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday

 The Bursar's Office is the administrative office responsible for student billing and revenue collection.

Registered students are billed for tuition and fees, as well as room and board in June for the Fall term, and in November for the Spring term. Students registering at a later date will be billed once course registration has been performed.

The Bursar's Office is also responsible for applying charges to a student's bill that may accrue during the term. Billing credit is applied to the student's bill each term for awarded financial aid, documented scholarships, and outside sponsorship. The Bursar uses funds received from financial aid sources to pay each affected student's term charges. Excess financial aid (money in excess of all student charges) is then distributed directly to the student, either by check or by pre-arranged Direct Deposit to the student's bank account. Students are encouraged to open an account with the on-campus Achieve Financial Credit Union. Those that have an established account may request that excess financial aid be distributed electronically to their Achieve Financial account. Once an account is established, the participant may arrange with Achieve Financial to have their Blue Chip student ID card set up for use as an ATM card using on- or off-campus ATM machines to withdraw such funds.

The Bursar offers a program which allows registered students on financial aid to have up to $600 of qualifying excess financial aid deposited into their Blue Chip debit card account so that books can be purchased from the CCSU Barnes & Noble Bookstore beginning ten days prior to the start of classes.