The Treasurer’s Office is charged with the responsibility of accurately posting charges and payments to student accounts, as well as regular account notification and the collection of amounts due. The Treasurer’s Office staff strives to assist students in understanding their accounts and identifying issues that may need to be addressed. We are always happy to answer any questions you have!!
Please note that The Office Financial Aid will assist you in determining avenues for additional support to fund your educational expenses, such as, scholarships, grants, and loans.
We hope that you will find all the information that you need on the following pages, but if you do not, please contact us and we will do our best to assist you.
The following table reflects costs for full-time freshmen or transfer-students:
*Based on an unlimited meal plan**Based on an estimated standard, shared room
All students, undergraduate and graduate, are required to complete confirmation of enrollment for the semesters in which they enrolled. If confirmation of enrollment is not completed by the deadline posted below, all courses will be dropped whether or not the semester bill is paid in full. If courses are dropped because you failed to confirm, you must re-enroll in courses and confirm your enrollment within 24 hours.
Students who re-register (or who register for the first time after the first day of classes), need to confirm their enrollment by the deadline or courses will be dropped on the second day of classes whether or not the semester bill is paid in full.
Financial aid recipients must confirm enrollment for funds to be applied to your student account balance or generate a refund, if eligible.
Confirming your enrollment acknowledges that you have been presented with and reviewed financial aid, billing and refund policies as required by federal and state agencies, and Carson-Newman University.
STEP 1: Check your MyCN account for any active holds prior to registration confirmation.
STEP 2: Make any changes to your schedule before confirming.
STEP 3: Pay you account balance less financial assistance and any confirmable third party payments. Billing is online a few weeks prior to each semester. You can pay online on MyCN (if you have already eConsented), by mail, or by calling 865-471-3209 and paying by credit or debit card. * If you are a first time (student loan) borrower at Carson-Newman, you must complete the online entrance counseling and sign the master promissory note at www.studentloans.gov before you can confirm your registration.
STEP 4: Fill out and SUBMIT the information below.
This is an estimate of what a student will spend on housing and meals for the Fall and Spring semesters and will vary depending on the actual housing and meal options selected. This is an estimate for budgeting purposes only and will not be billed to you.
Disclaimer: If you need to increase your individual cost of attendance in order to borrow a higher loan amount, please contact the Financial Aid Office. Your individual cost of attendance may be increased with the following adjustments: purchase of computer, childcare costs, higher off-campus housing, cost of professional testing, etc.
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