A bill will be generated each semester based on a student's registration. Currently enrolled, matriculated students may either register for classes online during specified times, or by phone by calling 315-792-7262. New students will register at their orientation program.
All students must confirm their attendance, and if applicable, authorize their financial aid.
To keep your class schedule and housing assignment (if applicable), you must choose one:
- No payment due: confirm your attendance and automatically accept your charges online at www.sunypoly.edu/student-life/student-resources/bursar/bursar-confirm-charges.
- Pay online: Pay either in full or with a payment plan. This automatically accepts your charges.
- Pay by check: Access your Enterprise e-Bill account, print out a copy of your current statement and return the lower portion with your check payment.
Course registrations and room and board assignments are not guaranteed if payment or valid deferral is received after due date. Students requiring a re-registration will be subject to a $40 re-registration fee. Students who will not be attending are required to withdraw from their courses through the Registrar's Office. Failure to attend classes is not considered a formal withdrawal and liability may be incurred as a result. De-registration for lack of payment is not considered a formal withdrawal and liability may be incurred.
Acceptable payment arrangements include enrollment in the Time Payment Plan, financial aid or proof of third party funding, such as VESID, WIA, H1B, Veterans Deferrals or private scholarships. Students can make payment by check or credit card online through e-Cashier.
Those students who have enough financial aid credit on their bill to result in a zero or credit balance, can confirm their attendance online using their Banner account. After entering the secure area, a message will appear asking students to confirm/accept the charges and authorize use of financial aid for non-institutional charges. Use either the "Accept" or "Decline" link.
Students who have registered for classes and decide not to attend must formally withdraw through the Registrar's Office to avoid being billed/charged for tuition and fees. Those students who register for classes after the billing due date are required to submit payment or valid deferral at the time of registration.
Please take notice, if payment is not received for obligations due to SUNY Poly, this agency is required to pursue other collection alternatives. Pursuant to Chapter 55 of the Laws of 1992, State agencies may refer past-due accounts to a private collection agency, the New York State Attorney General's Office, or the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. In addition, State agencies are required to charge interest on outstanding debt at current corporate underpayment rate, compounded daily, on accounts considered more than 30 days past due. Chapter 55 allows State agencies to charge a fee on dishonored checks or like instruments.
In addition, the New York State Attorney-General's Office and SUNY Central Administration have reached an agreement requiring the addition of any interest and collection fees. Students are liable for interest, late fees, a collection fee of up to 22%, and other penalties on past due debt. Collection fees will be added to new past due debts transferred, from this campus, to the Attorney General or private collection agencies.
These terms and rates may be modified, without prior notice, as required by legislative action or Board of Trustees requirements.