Understanding Your Bill
Each semester (and on a monthly basis) the Student Accounts Office will email a statement to the student (as well as posting it to their Student Account Center and emailing it to their proxies). STATEMENTS WILL NOT BE SENT OUT VIA PAPER MAIL.
To view all current charges, payments, and pending financial aid on your student account, including activity which has occurred since your last billing statement, visit your Student Account Center on TreeHouse.
Drew University issues all billing statements electronically. Please note that a paper billing statement will not be mailed to either the student or parent. An e-mail notification will be sent to the student’s official Drew University e-mail address when the monthly and semester statements are produced. This e-mail is also sent to individuals with Proxy access to statements. Statements are also available (in PDF format) through TreeHouse.
Note: For the most up-to-date balance due, please click “Student Account Center” link located on the “Student” tab of TreeHouse (or for parents/guardians, your proxy login).
This is the mailing address of Drew University Student Accounts Office along with telephone number and email address. Please note the Student Accounts Office is traditionally open 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Exceptions will be communicated to the student body via email and will also be noted on the voice mail message should you call when the office is closed.
Though billing statements are not mailed (but provided electronically), this address is the permanent address on file with the Registrar’s office. Changes/updates to this address can and should be made via the student’s TreeHouse portal.
This section will give you basic information regarding the student at the time the statement was produced which includes:
This section reflects the charges associated for the current term noted on the statement. The charge associated with an item will be a net amount. For example if there is an adjustment applied to Tuition, the amount shown on the statement will be the resulting net of the original charge and the adjustment. All like charges and or their adjustments will be combined when printed on the statement. Some common charges to expect are:
This section reflects any payments, Drew scholarships, grants, loans, and any other outside awards received (Financial Aid items which bear “PENDING” in the description, signify funds that are anticipated but have not yet been received). These items will be used to reduce the balance due for the current term.
This section summarizes the information of the activity which affects the student account. These items include:
This should be cut or torn off and submitted with your payment (unless you are paying electronically). Items noted on this stub are: