NSU eBill is the official means of generating and delivering billing statements to all students and authorized users. eBill notifications are sent to students' @mynsu.nova.edu email in the middle of each month, usually on the 15th. Your monthly eBill statement will reflect the activity on your student account that has taken place since the last statement was generated.
First-time in college freshmen entering in the fall receive their first NSU eBill notification in mid-June.
Term codes displayed in NSU eBill are broken down as follows:
Activity dates are captured in YYYY-MM-DD format.
Common descriptions include:
Financial aid, including state and federal grants, loans, and institutional scholarships for which all eligibility requirements have been met.
Important: If your expected financial aid is not listed in this section, it may be due to the fact that you have not yet fulfilled all necessary requirements for the funds to be authorized. Financial aid eligibility requirements may include, but are not limited to, registering for a minimum number of credits, completing all admissions requirements, accepting or modifying loans, completing entrance counseling and a Master Promissory Note for loans, and more. You may view outstanding financial aid requirements in SharkLink.
If you have questions regarding specific charges on your eBill statement, please contact the appropriate office:
This column will list payments received as well as financial aid funds applied.
Contact information and policy reminders
Are you trying to figure out how to manage your student account? Check out our quick reference guide "The Ins and Outs of Student Accounts" to get you started.
If you have remaining questions, we are here to help you take stock of your financial responsibilities and build a positive track record of account management. Visit "Contact Financial Aid and Academic Records" for a way to get in contact with us that works for you.
Newly Admitted Undergraduate Students
Students who will be living on campus must settle their accounts before check-in day. Charges for tuition, fees, and student health insurance are posted once you register for classes.
For a more in depth explanation of your student account, also visit our student account page.