Total Amount Due
- This total reflects both the deduction of all potential financial aid and anticipated credits. If you have other anticipated aid items that are not reflected on your statement, please use the Payment Explanation Form to disclose this information to us. If you are mailing a payment, a copy of the account statement should be enclosed indicating any deductions that you are making from the Total Amount Due, or you may enclose a separate sheet of paper that also has the name and student ID number printed on it.
- You may either use the “Make a Payment” button to make an electronic payment or mail a payment. If mailing the payment, please make the check payable to Dartmouth College and return it with a copy of the statement to: Dartmouth College/STAC, 6132 McNutt Hall, Room 103, Hanover, NH 03755-3541. Your check must be payable in U.S. dollars. Foreign currency will not be accepted. Dartmouth does not accept credit or debit card payments.
Authorized Financial Aid
- Financial aid credits that appear in this category have been approved for payment but have not been disbursed. Disbursement will automatically occur on predetermined future dates. Following disbursement, the aid will appear on the account statement in the "Current Payments" section. "Authorized Financial Aid/Special Payments & Credits" appearing on the account statement reduces the amount due accordingly.
- Items in this category generally include financial aid credits that have not been authorized for payment by the Financial Aid Office due to outstanding processing requirements. Other anticipated credits may be scholarships or non-federal loans from sponsors or external agencies. Once authorized or received, these credits will appear on account statement as Authorized Financial Aid or Current Payments depending upon the processing date. Note: failure to submit requested documents to the Financial Aid Office may result in the forfeiture of anticipated funds. Anticipated Credits appearing on the account statement reduces the amount due accordingly.
The account statement is the primary method of communicating the student's educational costs. The statement provides complete transaction detail for all account activity since the last statement. Statements are provided 6 weeks prior to the start of each term and due two weeks before the term commences. A follow-up statement is produced about two weeks after each term has begun and is due 25 days later. Statements are delivered using the D-Pay Electronic Billing and Payment System.
The due date is displayed on each statement. In order to be cleared financially for an academic term, the amount due must be paid, covered by anticipated aid/credits, or the student/parent must be enrolled in a payment plan.
There is a due date displayed on each statement. In order to be cleared financially for an academic term, the amount due must be paid, covered by anticipated aid/credits, or the student/parent must be enrolled in a payment plan.
A separate charge will be assessed for late payment of any student bill. Payment is due and payable no later than the date indicated on the billing statement. The late payment charge is equal to 1.5% of the amount payable. In order to avoid a late payment charge, please do one of the following by the due date of your bill:
- The Total Amount Due must be paid in full by the due date on the account statement.
- If a portion of your Total Amount Due is covered by other anticipated aid, outside scholarships, tuition benefits, etc., you must submit the Payment Explanation Form and pay your portion by the due date on the account statement.
- If you plan to enroll in a Payment Plan for the term, you must do so by the due date on the account statement.
Returned Payment Charge
In those instances where a personal check or online payment is offered in payment of charges on a student’s account and the check or on-line payment is not honored, a charge of twenty-five dollars ($25) will be assessed. If the returned check or rejected on-line payment was the means of meeting an amount due or registration deadline, the deadline will not be considered met, and the appropriate penalties relating to failure to meet the deadline may be assessed. The College reserves the right to demand payment by money order, certified check, or other mode of payment acceptable to the College in instances of repeat offenders. Additionally, flagrant or habitual offenders may be subject to disciplinary action.