The Bursar's Office is the main cashiering office of the campus. We accept payment for utilities, phone bills, diploma sales, career center services, and various other university activities.
We process all tuition and fee payments made by cash, check or cashiers check.
Returned Items: A check, e-check, EFT, or credit card given in payment of University expenses that is returned unpaid by the bank creates an indebtedness to the University. University Revenue and Receivables administers matters relating to the collection of all returned items for students and non-students.
Returned Checks: A $30 returned check fee will be charged for all returned checks. Returned tuition checks are subject to an additional charge of $5/day that accrues until the check is satisfied, up to $350 per returned item. Returned checks and subsequent fees must be satisfied with cash or cashier's check. Students with 3 returned checks will be placed on check restrictions and will no longer be allowed to present checks for payment of University fees
Returned E-checks: A $30 returned e-check fee will be charged for all returned e-checks due to non-sufficient funds or stop payment. Returned e-checks for non-sufficient funds or stop payment will be treated as returned checks above and are subject to the $5/day late payment fee and check restriction for 3 or more returns.
E-checks returned for invalid routing and/or account number will be charged a processing fee of $10. Returns of this nature will create a returned check receivable on the student account and tuition will be considered unpaid.
Any returned item creates indebtedness to the University and may affect enrollment.
The Bursars Office does not offer check cashing services. We recommend that students have a bank account with an ATM card to meet their banking and cash needs. There are several banks in the Clemson area that offer student bank accounts. Additionally, there are numerous ATMs located on campus.
The Bursar's Office is the main cashiering office of the university. All revenue and expenditure reductions are processed through the Bursar's Office and are entered into CUBS.
Petty Cash: Departments with short-term petty cash needs should contact Cathy Freeman.
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