All About Ebill

What is an E-bill?
Students will be notified by email when new charges have been added to their account or when a monthly payment becomes due.

Students have 24/7 access to tuition bills via the internet.

How to Access Your E-bill
You and any authorized viewers will need your USER ID (G#) and Password to view any financial information. Click on My Banner, enter your USER ID (G#) and Password, select Student, select Student Account and select Student Account Information, select View Statement.

Itemized Statements

Itemized Statements beginning with Fall 2007 and after are available on-line.

  • Click on My Banner
  • Enter your USER ID (G#) and Password
  • Select Student
  • Select Student Account
  • Select Student Account Information
  • Select View Statement
  • Select any of the "Statement" buttons for the appropriate term

Class Cancellation

The University's policy continues to require either payment-in-full or a deferment plan with a 25% payment to indicate your intention to attend the classes on your schedule. Failure to make these financial arrangements by the payment due date will result in a cancellation of your classes; thus, creating a need to re-register for classes subject to space availability.

Remember: there are three payment deadlines that must be met in order to keep your classes: December 15, 2017, January 5, 2018, and January 12, 2018 by 5:00 pm. If you add any new charges to your student account, (a class, meal plan, parking permit, etc) you must also make a payment before the following due date! For example, if you add a class on January 9th, the payment is still due on January 12th by 5:00 pm.

Late Fees

Any charges unpaid by the statement due date will result in a hold on your account and transcript requests and prevent registration activity. Late fees in the amount of 1% will be assessed each month on the past due balance. Delinquent accounts will be sent to a collection agency. You will be responsible to pay all late fees, costs of any collection agency, which may be based on a percentage at a maximum of 35% of the debt, and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees we incur in such collection efforts. All payments that are returned by the bank are subject to a $20 returned check fee. Returned payments made towards tuition or a past semester charge could result in class cancellation if not paid in a timely manner. If a check is returned for insufficient funds we may present it to the bank electronically.

As a state chartered University there is no statute of limitations on what is owed to Grand Valley State University.

Page last modified November 20, 2017