Paying your bill with your financial aid

Although your financial aid covers the entire academic year, you will register for classes and be billed for those classes each term. Make sure you know when to register for each term and be sure to register early to get the classes that you want. Make sure that you know when your bill for each term is due and make sure that you submit your payments and have your financial aid complete before the bill is due.

Your financial aid awards will show as Anticipated on your student bill until disbursement begins. Anticipated financial aid will be considered an on-time payment. If you have not begun attendance in all of your courses or you have missing information, your disbursement may be delayed.

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Cost of Attendance at Centenary

Each year, our office will determine the estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) for a typical student attending Centenary University. The COA for attending Centenary will include direct costs that you will be billed for such as tuition, fees, and room and board if the student is living on campus. The COA also includes “out-of-pocket” expenses including books, supplies, travel, off-campus living expenses, and miscellaneous.

Also, see our Financial Aid Guide for more information on Cost of Attendance.

Additional tuition and fee information is available at the Student Accounts Office website.