e·Bills and Billing Statements
An e·bill is a monthly email notice sent to any student with a balance due or any activity on their student account (with a few exceptions) notifying them that their latest billing statement is now available online at USCe.pay. E·bills are sent to:
- Students' official USC email address (ending in '@usc.edu')*
- USCe.pay Alternate Email Address
- Guest user email addresses flagged to receive e·bill notices via
guest user setup on USCe·pay or OASIS.
The e·bill notice includes a link to a Monthly billing topics page with information about upcoming deadlines and other useful information (and links for topics discussed).
* Email has been adopted as the primary mechanism for sending official communications to USC students, and students are responsible for checking their email regularly. For more information on the university's email policy, please refer to the "Other University Policies" section in SCampus at http://scampus.usc.edu/.
USC generates billings statements every 4 to 5 weeks, after payment deadlines, 12 times per year (see monthly billing schedule). USC does not mail paper statements to currently enrolled students, however we do send e·Bills (billing notices) each month to students and their authorized guests notifying you that a new monthly billing statement is available online (if there is an outstanding balance or activity on their account during the billing period). For students who pre-register for the Fall or Spring terms in time (see Schedule of Classes for exact dates), your tuition and fees for that term will be included on the statement generated the month before the start of classes.
Each month, the student system is 'frozen' beginning at 5pm on the Friday of a monthly payment due date (which may also be a Fall / Spring tuition and fee payment deadline), and statement processing begins immediately. When the statements are ready, e·Bills (email notices with the subject "USC's New Monthly Billing Statement") are sent to those students for whom a billing statement was created and to their designated guests.
See a Sample Billing Statement
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