Tufts University bills tuition and fees electronically via
Tufts eBill. Tufts eBills are issued in the first week of July
(Fall semester) and the second week in November (Spring semester).
Thereafter, eBills are issued weekly if you have new charges and
monthly if you have an outstanding balance. The July and November
statements are issued to all enrolled students even though you may
not have a payment due. This practice ensures that you have a record
of your account. After any charge has appeared on a bill, it will be
summarized as a "previous balance" on subsequent bills. For this
reason, Tufts eBill provides an online record of previous eBills for
the last 24 months.
PLEASE NOTE: Your eBill is a snapshot
of a point in time. To see the most recent changes
made to your account, please log in to
here. Contact Student Services at 617.627.2000 if you
encounter problems with accessing this valuable
In early July, when most Fall semester bills are issued, students and all other invited
viewers will receive an email notice from "TuftsEbillViewemail@example.com"
that a tuition eBill has been posted to the Tufts eBill website. On
receipt of this notice, it is important that the Tufts eBill be
viewed and dealt with promptly. If, within two weeks prior to your
enrollment date in any semester, you have not received the emails
described above, or received a bill, it is your responsibility to
New students will receive preliminary information by June through their Admissions
Office, outlining the Tufts eBill enrollment and billing process.
Beginning in June, new students will receive a specific email notice
directing them to go to the Tufts eBill website to
set up a personal account. Once a student’s account
has been set up, others (i.e. parents) may be
invited by the student to view and/or pay the bill.
This invitation should only be used for personal
Tufts eBill is not for use in billing
3rd party sponsors, scholarship organizations or
grant administrators. Please see 3rd Party Billing
instructions under the
Outside Aid section.