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Payment Information

Summer 2014 classes will be billed online starting April 14, 2014. Payment in full is due by May 12, 2014, regardless of the first day of class. Paper invoices are not mailed, so students will be alerted via their New Paltz e-mail that their charges are available for viewing on their my.newpaltz.edu accounts. If you do not know your Banner ID, please contact Records and Registration at 845-257-3100 and enter "0" to speak to a person. Please visit the Student Accounts website for log on instructions. Payment may be made online, in person, or through the mail by check, VISA, MasterCard, or American Express. More information is available at the Student Accounts website. Please note that payment for first time registration made after May 12, 2014 is due at the time of registration.

Students who do not pay in full by May 12, 2014 will be de-registered from their classes on May 13, 2014. An Administrative Fee of $30 will be added to the invoice of any student who is reinstated. Please  note that reinstatement into those same classes is subject to course availability at the time of re-registration. You are not guaranteed a space in the class from which you were de-registered. To avoid any difficulties, please pay by the due date! Payment for courses added on or after May 12, 2014, is due immediately upon registration.

The New Paltz Payment Plan is not offered during the Summer Session due to its short duration. Deferrals will be considered for students who have a Summer Financial Aid Application and a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application on file with the Financial Aid Office. If you would like to apply for a deferral, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 845-257-3150, stuacct@newpaltz.edu, or by visiting us in Haggerty Administration Building, Room 210.