All Fee information is available here.
Make checks payable to Eastern Connecticut State University.
Eastern Connecticut State University
83 Windham Street
A service fee will be charged for any checks that are not honored by banks.
All credit card transactions will be subject to a 2.5 percent convenience fee (i.e. if you charge $1,000, your credit card transaction will post as $1,025).
Payments by electronic check (ACH) or debit card (including VISA Debit Cards) are the preferred payment options and will not be subject to any convenience fee or service charge.
Eastern will accept MasterCard, American Express and Discover. VISA Credit Cards will no longer be accepted. (Mailed, faxed, or in-person credit card transactions will not be accepted.)
Credit Card payments can only be made online.
Students must log into the eWeb online account at http://www.easternct.edu/portal/ when making online payments.
assistance regarding payment options, contact the Bursar’s Office at
(860) 465-5255 or click here to view
Frequently Asked Questions about Payment options.
Students who owe money from a previous semester must pay the outstanding amount before registering.
What Type of Student and What is my Tuition Rate?
If a student is matriculated in a graduate program of study (degree seeking or non-degree), any course taken for credit or audit (whether graduate or undergraduate level) by the student will be billed at the graduate level.
If a student is matriculated in an undergraduate program of study, any course taken for credit or audit (whether graduate or undergraduate level) by the student will be billed at the undergraduate level.
If a student is not matriculated, but has been awarded an undergraduate degree, any course taken for credit or audit (whether graduate or undergraduate level) by the student will be billed at the graduate level.
If a student is not matriculated, and does not have an undergraduate degree, courses taken by a student for credit or audit can only be at the undergraduate level and, as such, will be billed at the undergraduate level.