St. Francis College

Office of the Bursar

Welcome to the St. Francis College Office of the Bursar. The Office of the Bursar is here to answer any questions students may have about their student account.

Office of the Bursar offers the following services:

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  • Online tuition statements, billing, and payments via TouchNet
  • In-person tuition statements and payments via cash, check or money order only
  • VA education certification
  • Third-party invoicing (BOE, high school bridge program, Access VR tuition remission, etc.)
  • Refund disbursement amounts approved by the Office of Financial Aid
  • Customer service and support via phone, email and in-person

Office of the Bursar
Room 3302
St. Francis College
180 Remsen Street
Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201

Office Hours:
Fall and Spring
Monday- Friday, 9am to 5pm
Summer hours
Monday- Thursday, 9am to 5pm

Contact:
Telephone: 718-489-5418
Fax: 718-489-2063
Email: bursar@sfc.edu

Touchnet Payment Schedule

Monthly Plan Enrollment Dates Payment Dates

Six

June 24th – July 14th July 15th 
August 15th 
September 15th 
October 15th 
November 15th 
December 15th
Five July 15th – August 14th August 15th 
September 15th 
October 15th 
November 15th 
December 15th 
Four August 15th – September 10th September 15th 
October 15th 
November 15th 
December 15th 

Tuition Cancellation Policy

Fall or Spring Semester

Date of Withdrawal Percent Cancellation

Before the end of week 1 of the semester

100%
Week 2 80%
Week 3 60%
Week 4 40%
Week 5 20%
After the fifth week of the semester 0%

Summer Sessions

Date of Withdrawal Percent Cancellation
Before the first day of the semester 100%
Week 1 75%
Week 2 50%
After the second week of the semester 0%

Intersessions (January and May)

Date of Withdrawal Percent Cancellation
Before the first day of the semester 100%
During the first 2 days of the term 90%
During the third and fourth days of the term 50%
During the fifth through ninth days of the term 25%
After the ninth day of the term 0%

1098-T

Effective tax year 2018, there are some changes to the 1098-T form. These changes impact institutional reporting requirements under federal law. In previous years, your 1098-T form included a figure in Box 2 that represented the qualified tuition and related expenses we billed to your student account for the tax year.  Now we will report in Box 1 the amount of the qualified tuition and related expenses you paid during the tax year. More information regarding these changes can be found on the IRS website.

In order to view, print or request a copy of your 1098-T, please log in to WebAdvisor.

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