All students are required to use the new eBilling process. Paper bills will not be sent. Students and any authorized user designated by a student, such as parents, guardians, or sponsors will be able to view billing statements, review student account activity, and make secured payments electronically through the TouchNet website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When the bill is ready for viewing, students will receive an email directing them to log into BannerWeb and redirected to TouchNet to view the eBill. Authorized users enrolled by the student will receive an email with the url link to the TouchNet login page.
Students and authorized users can use the ACH online payment option. Students and authorized users can set up an Payment Plan within the TouchNet website as well.
For detailed information on how to view a bill if you are a student or authorized user, or on how a student sets up an authorized user, please see the eBill Frequenty-Asked Questions page.
Smith College bills on the 15th of each month or the next available business day if the 15th falls on a weekend or holiday. Payment is due in full each month on the 10th of the next month. Comprehensive fees and health insurance are charged in July and December with payment due in full on the 10th of August and January, respectively.
The July and December bills will include semester charges for the comprehensive fee: tuition, room and board (if applicable), and the student activity fee.
Also, one-half of the annual health insurance fee is billed to each student for the fall semester in July. If the health insurance is waived appropriately during the formal waiver process, the Fall semester charge will be reversed and you will not be billed the second half of the charge in the Spring. A student entering or returning for the the Spring semester only will be charged for the Spring only health insurance in December and will go through the waiver process at that time.
Additional charges such as library fines and health center charges will be included on the bill as they occur. Payment is due at the end of each month.
Bills must be paid by the due date to avoid late charges.
The student's Smith email is the official notification for eBill. Students are expected to regularly check their email accounts for bill notification and notices regarding missing documents and financial holds. Students should check their spam filters and mailbox limits to make sure they can always accept email from eBill and Student Financial Services. Students are responsible for payment by the due date, even if email notification isn't received. Even without email notification, students can view bills and track account activity through TouchNet via BannerWeb, 24 hours a day, 7days a week.
Fees for Entire Year
Ada Comstock Fees
Student Health Plan
Billing & Payment Dates
Payment to the Account