The Cashier’s Office is responsible for the billing and collection of all monies due the University, operating under the guidelines and policies set forth by the CSU Board of Trustees.
The Cashier’s Office is located on the first floor of the Old Main building on the Midtown Campus.
The mailing address is:181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810
Office Hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
- WCSU’s online billing and payment system EZpay will be unavailable Sunday, August 19th from 12 a.m. to 8 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Bills for the Fall semester have been posted online and payment is due July 15th.
Bills for the Spring semester are scheduled to be posted online on November 20th and payment is due December 15th.
Payment for summer and intersession classes are due upon registration.
- Fall 2018: Classes begin on Tuesday, August 28th. The last day for students to add/drop classes is Wednesday, September 5th.
Non-attendance of classes does not entitle students to a credit on their tuition and fee bill, formal withdrawal is required. New incoming students need to notify the Admissions Office at 203.837.9000, returning undergrad students need to formally withdraw with the Registrar’s Office at 203.837.9200, Graduate students need to withdraw through the Graduate Office at 203.837.8244. To ensure a full credit on refundable fees, withdraw prior to the first day of classes. For more information, select the Withdrawal and Refund Policy from the left hand menu options.
The Cashier’s Office will be closed on the following days:
- Wednesday, July 4th
- Monday, September 3rd, Labor Day
- Thursday, November 22nd, Thanksgiving
- Friday, November 23rd, Thanksgiving break
- Tuesday, December 25th, Christmas Holiday
FAQ’s – TRANSPORTATION FEE: Effective fall 2018, the UPass will be available to both full and part time undergraduate students that are taking at least one class in the current semester, fall or spring only. At this time graduate students as well as exclusively online students are not eligible for the program. The transportation fee is a mandatory fee and cannot be waived.
1. For how long is the pass effective?
The fall semester UPass covers August 1-December 31st. The spring semester UPass covers January 1-July 31st.
2. What is the cost?
Each student is charged $20 per semester for the pass. The DOT has set this special rate for our students only; normal cost to the public is $63 per month. The transportation fee is considered an institutional charge so financial aid may be applied.
3. How do students get the UPASS?
There will be enough passes for all students but students are not obligated to pick up or use the card. Students living on-campus can pick up their UPASS at their residence hall; commuter students can pick up their UPASS at the Information Desk located in the Student Centers.
4. What is required for students to use pass and on what types of transportation can it be used?
Students must have a valid student ID to show along with their pass when using the transportation systems. Students can use the unlimited semester pass to travel within the state on rail or bus including CTtransit and CTfastrak, but excluding Amtrak.
5. What happens if student loses pass?
A student will only be given one replacement pass per semester. The student will be charged a $10 replacement fee. After that, they must wait for the next semester to get a new pass.
6. What happens if student attends multiple CSCU schools?
The student should only be charged once for the pass. Students will have to request a waiver by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org after the payment of the first fee.
7. How do I use the U-Pass on a train?
You can board the train and show it when asked to produce your ticket. The conductor will issue a ticket. If you are traveling across the state line, you will be charged the fare from the Connecticut border to your destination (I.E. Greenwich to New York City). The penalty fee normally charged for purchasing on board will be waived.
Please contact the SGA President, Carlos DosSantos, Email:email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns with the Transportation fee.
Effective Fall 2017, WCSU no longer bills full time students for health insurance, it is no longer necessary to submit a health insurance waiver.
Students that need health insurance may want to evaluate health care options via Access Health CT, Connecticut’s health insurance exchange or, if you are not a state resident, at Healthcare.gov. You can contact Access Health CT online at AccessHealthCT.com or via telephone at 855-354-2428. An optional Aetna-sponsored Health Insurance Program will also be available for students to enroll on a voluntary basis starting on or about July 15th. On or after July 15th you may obtain more information about this plan at the Aetna Student web page located at www.aetnastudenthealth.com, use the drop box on the website to locate Western Connecticut State University.