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Student Billing

This page will provide you with information you need to know about tuition and fees, your student account and how to pay your bill. Please contact the Student Accounts Office if you have any questions.  
 


Please click on a topic below to find forms or to learn more about:

2012-2013 Tuition and Fees

Paying Bills
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Graduate, Online and CE students are billed upon registration and all bills are generated electronically each month.

Payment Options
Bills may be paid in the following ways:
  • Online (see instructions below – ACH or credit card)

  • In the Business Office at AMC, Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (cash or check)

  • By mail (checks only). Please send to:  Student Accounts, Anna Maria College, Box R, 50 Sunset Lane, Paxton, MA 01612.  Make sure to include your name and/or student ID with the check. 

Viewing Electronic Bills & Paying Online - Student Access
1. https://webamc.annamaria.edu/fusebox.cfm - Log into the Online Student Services Module

2. Click on "Financials" tab
3. Under "Student Billing" – click on "Pay Your Bill"
   (This opens a new browser through the payment gateway and provides an electronic bill under "Your Bills")
4. Payments may be made by selecting "Balance on Account" on the left hand side or "Make a Payment" on the top of the page

**At your first log in you will be required to change your password.  From this point you may view the student balance, view the student invoice and make an e-Payment. If you prefer to mail in a check, simply print the invoice, and return it with your check  directly to Anna Maria College, Box R, 50 Sunset Lane, Paxton, MA 01612.

**Credit card payments are not taken over the phone or in person in the Student Accounts Office; all credit card transactions must be completed on line.

Late payments are subject to a 1% per month interest charge and a hold being placed on the student’s course registration and transcripts
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If you have not received a copy of your tuition bill either electronically or via the mail, you are still responsible for financially satisfying your student account balance.  Please contact the Student Account Office for assistance if you have not received your statement.

 

 View Payment Options from Tuition Management Systems (TMS)
 Interest-free monthly payment plan available.  Choose from either an annual or semester-based plan* (*Additional enrollment fee required)

Electronic Refund

 
E-REFUND allows you to receive your funds faster and deposited directly into your bank account. No more waiting for checks in the mail! Once your account has been analyzed and approved, we will deposit the funds directly into your bank account. It will take three-five business days from the time of approval to the money hitting your bank account.   

How to Access E-Refund:
1. Go to  https://webamc.annamaria.edu 
2.  Sign on with your username and password
3.  Select: "Billing" – "Pay your Bill" (this will open a new browser) – Select "E-Refund" 
4.  Enroll in E-Refund and put in your bank information 
 
Student Title IV Authorizations
 

Please click here to fill out your authorization form.

Why do I need to fill out a Student Title IV Authorization form?

As a recipient of Federal Student Aid (also called Title IV funds) you have options regarding how some of the aid is applied to your student account.  Examples of financial aid that are Title IV funds include: Pell Grants, Stafford loans, SEOG grants, PLUS loans, and Perkins loans.

Anna Maria College needs to know your responses to the questions on the online form in order to handle your funds in the manner you prefer.  Please note that you may request to rescind or grant these authorizations at any time.  Changes must be submitted in writing.  You may submit an updated version of this form (or other written authorization) in order to make these changes.  This form and any subsequent changes must be submitted to the Student Accounts Office.  Authorizations or changes become effective on the date the written notification is received by the Student Accounts Office and cannot be applied retroactively.  For compliance purposes we must assume that any blank or failure to submit this form implies that authorization has not been granted.
 

Payment PolicyFAQ
 

Have further questions about your student account? 
Download the FAQ list regarding billing, student account information, payment policy, and more.
 

1098T Tax Form

 

In 1997, the Taxpayer Relief Act established two education tax credits and a deduction for student loan interest. These credits are explained in detail in Publication 970 from the IRS.

What is the 1098T Tax Form?
The 1098T form is a Tuition Statement that includes information that colleges and universities are required to issue for the purpose of determining a student's eligibility for education tax credits. The 1098T form issued by Anna Maria College reports the amount of mandatory tuition and fees (qualified expenses) billed to you by Anna Maria College over the course of the previous calendar year, from January 1st to December 31st  as well as any "free" money (scholarships/grants) disbursed to your student account. This form is intended to assist you in preparation of your federal income tax return.

Tuition, fees and related expenses paid to the institution as a condition of enrollment or attendance are considered qualified expenses. Expenses for books and supplies generally do not qualify for the credit. More information about qualified expenses may be found in Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education. In addition, qualified educational expenses which are paid for by tax free funds are not eligible for the credit. Therefore, if your tuition was paid entirely by Pell Grant, a tax free scholarship or VA educational assistance, you will not be eligible for the credit. You can learn more by reading Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education

Note: Just because you receive a 1098T does not automatically mean you qualify for a credit. If you have questions about how to compute your education tax credit, you should consult your tax professional or refer to the IRS. Your accountant, tax preparer, or the Internal Revenue Service (www.irs.gov) can best advise you in the utilization of this form when preparing your taxes.
 
Tax Information Resources
 

If you have questions about how to compute your education tax credit, you should consult your tax professional or refer to the IRS. Anna Maria College is not able to provide tax advice.  Please refer to the contact information below:
  • IRS website:  www.irs.gov
  • IRS Telephone Assistance Hot line: 1-800-829-1040 

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