Student Accounts

Rose Cieslar, Director for Student Accounts.
Margaret Robinson-Major, Manager, Cashier Operations

Student Accounts
Telephone: 305-899-3030
Fax: 305-899-3375

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday 8:30 am – 5:00PM
Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Student Accounts is committed to providing efficient and effective financial quality service by communicating, educating, respecting, and caring for students. 

The office provides financial services to student regarding their tuition and fees, including: 

  • Billing Statements
  • Flex Accounts
  • Florida Prepaid Programs
  • Past Due Accounts
  • Payment Plans
  • Refunds/Overpayments
  • Registration requirement for loan eligibility
  • Tuition and Fees – term payment due date and forms of payment
  • Terms and conditions of registration
  • Corporate reimbursement

Terms and Conditions of Registration

Student Financial Responsibility

Registration constitutes a financial agreement between you and the University. Tuition, fees and other charges you incur, including but not limited to housing, meal plans, and bookstore charges (“Charges”), shall be added to your student account. Any Charges that are not covered by financial aid shall be the responsibility of the student and shall be paid within the term in which the Charges incurred.

Students assume responsibility for all costs incurred as a result of enrollment at Barry University. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of their account balance and financial aid information and maintain current valid postal address information at all times to ensure receipt of all University correspondence in a timely manner.  Barry University recognizes the university e-mail system as the primary electronic communication between the student and the University.  Students are expected to check their email on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with University-related communications.

The University reserves the right to recover all costs related to the collection of delinquent accounts, including attorney’s fees.  The University reserves the right to cancel registration of any student if a balance due from a previous term remains unpaid at the start of a subsequent term. 

Conditions for Non-Reversible Fee

A non-reversible $250 fee shall be charged to your student account if a balance remains on the account after the payment due date of the term. Each student must be aware of the payment due date for each term they are registered.

Course Drop or Withdrawal

Students who drop courses or withdraw from the University may be eligible for a credit of tuition charges according to the University’s withdrawal policy outlined on the Class Schedule website available at under Withdrawal Information from the Office of Registrar.

Federal Student Aid Authorization Form

The United States Department of Education regulations allow Barry University to credit your Federal Student Aid to your student account for payment of tuition, required fees and room & board. Federal Student Aid funds include Direct Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans, Perkins Loans, Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG) and TEACH Grants or any other federal financial aid awards.

The University may also apply Federal Student Aid to other charges on your student account only if you grant permission for the University to do so. Other charges include, but are not limited to: Health Insurance, meal plans, ID charges, parking fees and graduation fees. Students will be responsible for any outstanding balance remaining on their account. Please understand that an outstanding balance could prevent registration for a subsequent term and will prevent the release of official documents such as transcripts and diplomas.

The University must also obtain authorization from you to apply excess current year Federal Student Aid to prior year charges not to exceed $200.00.  This is a voluntary authorization and is valid throughout your academic career at Barry University. The authorization can be rescinded at any time either in writing or on Web Advisor. Your authorization will not prevent you from receiving a refund of your excess Federal Student Aid or any other eligible credit balance after all charges are covered. 

In order to grant this authorization, student MUST complete a Federal Student Aid Authorization Form.  This form may be found on-line at Web Advisor or may be obtain at the Cashier Business Office.

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