East Carolina University’s Electronic Billing (eBill) system is the official means of generating tuition bills to enrolled students. ECU does not mail paper bills to student’s permanent home address. Students and their authorized users will receive email notifications from email@example.com to their Outlook Live student email when a new billing statement is available for review online.
Students can gain access to the eBill system through OneStop at http://onestop.ecu.edu/ and should choose the “TUITION STATEMENTS AND PAYMENTS” link on the “Tools” tab. Once logged in, students will be able to make online payments, view and/or print billing statements, or review current account activity. Students will also be able to set up other individuals as authorized users, and these users will be able to view and print billing statements and/or make online payments. Authorized users can gain access to the eBill system by logging into https://epay-banner.ecu.edu/C20694_tsa/web/login.jsp.
Since the delivery method of student bills is through ECU’s Outlook Live student email, it is the student’s responsibility to check their ECU email for eBilling notifications so that satisfactory payment arrangements can be made by the deadlines posted in the University’s Tuition and Fee & Payment Schedule Brochure for each semester.
It is also important to understand that the eBill statement will only reflect the charges and credits applied to a student’s account at the date the eBill was generated. If additional charges are incurred after an eBill statement has been generated, it is the student’s responsibility to monitor their financial account through the eBill system to ensure that there are sufficient financial aid/resources and/or payment to cover all charges on account. A partial payment will not secure any of a student’s class schedule.
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