Cashier's Office

HOURS

Aug 17 - Aug 30, 2014
DayTime
Sun: Closed
Mon: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tue: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sat: Closed
Upcoming Hours

CONTACT
Cashier's Office
College Center, 1st Floor
PO Box 69
Greeley, CO 80632

phone: (970) 339-6349
fax: (970) 506-6952
cashier@aims.edu

LOCATIONS
Greeley
Loveland
Fort Lupton

 

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions for: Cashiers Office - E-Billing

  1. What is e-billing?
  2. When are the e-bills emailed to the students?
  3. When can the student expect the first e-bill notice to be sent to their email?
  4. I didnít get an e-bill, what do I do?
  5. Will any paper bills be sent by mail to the student?
  6. Can the e-bill be sent to my parents and/or other responsible party?
  7. I received Financial Aid but still receiving e-bills, why?
  8. I have 3rd party covering my classes, why am I receiving e-bills?

What is e-billing?

E-billing is an automated billing system. The system will automatically send an email to the studentís Aims and personal email accounts on record with the college. This email will state that a balance is owed to the college and will include payment deadlines and policy information.

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When are the e-bills emailed to the students?

E-bills are sent automatically on the 20th of each month as long as the student has a balance owing on their student account for the current and future semesters.

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When can the student expect the first e-bill notice to be sent to their email?

Once registration opens for the semester, the e-bill system is active. Once you register for classes, you should expect to receive an e-bill notice on the 20th of the month.

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I didnít get an e-bill, what do I do?

If you didnít receive an e-bill, please check your spam or junk mail folder. Sometimes emails from companies or agencies will go to spam automatically. All you have to do is open the email in the spam folder and click that the item is not spam. This should resolve the issue. As always, e-bills are sent to your myAims email account so we recommend students to check their email on a regular basis in the myAims. If itís not going to spam, please login to myAims and review your contact information. Please contact Admissions and Records to update your email addresses on file.

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Will any paper bills be sent by mail to the student?

The college only mails paper bills to students after the Final Payment Deadline and service fees have been assessed. Students can look at their tuition bill online 24/7 on myAims website.

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Can the e-bill be sent to my parents and/or other responsible party?

No. The e-bills are only sent to the students email addresses on file with Admissions and Records. It is sent to the myAims email and the primary personal email. The student can have the primary personal email addresses on file changed to another one if they wish.

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I received Financial Aid but still receiving e-bills, why?

Students will still receive e-bill notices until the Financial Aid actually posts to the studentís tuition account and pays tuition charges in full. If you are receiving e-bills after you received a refund check, please go online to recheck your balance. If you dropped or withdrew from classes after you had already received your refund check, you may owe those funds back to the college due to adjustments in your Financial Aid eligibility.

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I have 3rd party covering my classes, why am I receiving e-bills?

Students will still receive e-bill notices until the 3rd party actually posts to the studentís tuition account and pays tuition charges in full. 3rd party will not be posted to the studentís tuition account until the add/drop deadline for the semester has passed. Students generally can expect their 3rd party payment to post within 30-45 days after the add/drop deadline for the semester. If you are still receiving e-bills after midterms and you believed 3rd party was paying for 100%, please make sure all your classes were covered under the 3rd party agreement and the correct amounts and/or classes were listed on the 3rd party authorization. Also note: Some 3rd parties will not pay for withdrawn classes, so if you withdrew you, the student, is being held liable for those charges.

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