Statement of Account
Each student has an account where tuition & fees, room, board, insurance, loans, grants,
scholarships, payments and miscellaneous charges are applied. This is the student's Denison account.
The Student Accounts office produces electronic statements for the student's Denison account on
the first working day of each month. The due date is approximately three weeks later.
Students can view their Statement by logging in to their Self-Service account.
- How to View Your Statement [pdf] in Self Service.
Students can grant parents and others direct access to view their Statements.
- Students, see how to grant access to a parent/other guest
- Students, log into Self-Service and Grant Access to parents or others
- Parents, follow the instructions in the email you receive when your student registers you for the
Denison Access system. Also, see how to Access information [pdf]
- Parents, log into Access system (requires parent/other guest Access log-in)
Each time a Statement is produced, an email is sent to the student’s Denison email address, as
well as to any email addresses that are active on the Denison Access system for that student.
Charges for the Fall Semester are billed the first working day of July. (However, Fall 2013 Statements are
scheduled for July 8, with a due date of July 29, 2013.)
Charges for the Spring Semester are billed the first working day of December. (Spring 2014
Statements are scheduled for December 2, with a due date of December 23, 2013.)
The following information may help you understand your statement. If you have further
questions please contact Student Accounts.
The first four digits indicate the calendar year; the last two indicate the semester:
20=Spring; 30=Summer; 40=Fall
i.e., "201340" indicates Fall Semester of 2013.
Previously Billed Balance
The Total Billed Balance as of your last Statement of Account.
Total Billed Balance
The net result of the Previously Billed Balance, current charges, payments and financial aid (not including Authorized Financial Aid). This is the amount that will appear as the Previously Billed Balance on your next statement.
Authorized Financial Aid
This section lists any pending Federal Direct Loans for the current semester. These loans will be credited to the student's account ten days prior to the start of the semester, in accordance with Direct Loan regulations.
The Total Billed Balance less any Authorized Financial Aid. This is the amount you should remit by the due date.
Billing Cycle and Due Dates
Electronic statements are produced on the first working day of each month. The due date is approximately three weeks later. Statements can be viewed by logging in to your student Self-Service account.
While statements are produced each month, there are two major billings each year. Fall Semester charges are billed the first working day of July, and Spring Semester charges are billed the first working day of December. (Please note that the Julty 2013 Statements will be produced on July 8 vs. July 1.)
Once charges have been billed and the initial due date has passed, a 1% late fee will be assessed each month until paid. This includes amounts left unpaid because financial aid (e.g., scholarships, loans, grants), monthly payment plan amounts, etc., are not received by the due date.
Health Center and Activity Fees
Health Center and Activity Fees are mandatory charges for all full-time students and are charged once per semester.
The Activity Fee provides basic support to the Denison Campus Government Association and the organizations they sponsor. It allows students to participate in a number of activities and events on campus with no out of pocket expense.
The Health Center Fee is required of all full-time students regardless of whether or not they have chosen to participate in the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan. It provides basic support to the Student Health Service and covers general operating expenses. Students may visit a doctor at the Health Center at no charge; however, fees for supplies and services (e.g. inpatient care, medicine, laboratory tests and procedures, office surgery and medical equipment) will be charged to the student.
For information on the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan, a group accident and sickness plan, click here: Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan.
Tuition - Excess Hours/Hourly
The annual tuition permits a student to take a maximum of 18 hours each semester. An additional excess hour charge is made for each registered hour over the 18. All excess hour charges are billed by Student Accounts. Under certain circumstances, students may petition to have the charge waived by completing a petition form with the Registrar's Office. For more details or to obtain a petition form, contact the Registrar's Office. A part-time student (8 hours or fewer per semester) is charged the hourly rate for each semester hour of credit.
Requesting a Refund
If there is a credit balance on your account, you may request a refund by completing the Request for Refund form on the back of your Statement or you may print a form here [pdf]. Financial aid (scholarships, loans, grants, etc.) will not be refunded until after the tenth day of classes of the semester for which they were awarded. Normal processing time for refunds is ten days. You may request the check be sent to your home address or your Slayter Box.
Make checks payable to Denison University. You may write your check for one amount to include payment on your Statement of Account and any deposits to your Denison Dollars account. Please do not postdate checks.
Mail Payments to our office:Denison University Student Accounts
P.O. Box 810 Granville, OH 43023-0810
To send via Overnight Mail:Denison University
100 West College Granville, OH 43023
Wiring Instructions are available by contacting Student Accounts.
View Your Account or Electronic Statement
Students may view their account or electronic statement online via their Self-Service account by clicking here.
Students may also contact Student Accounts directly with questions about their account.