The deposits, tuition, room, board and fees in effect for the academic year and are subject to change without prior notice by The Sage Colleges’ Board of Trustees. All policy statements and other information detailed in the following sections reflect information current at the time of this publication.
The Sage Colleges billing system is online and available 24/7. Students can utilize the online system to view current statements of account, make a payment online, view recent activity, and see previous statements. It is important to note that the College no longer regularly mails paper statements.
Students will receive email notifications to their MySage (@sage.edu) account when their statements have been published. Students are able to add additional users to their account (parents, guardians, spouses or employers) so others may view their tuition bills and make payments online. To access account and tuition bill information, log-in to SageAdvisor, using the SageNet User ID/Log in and Password and click on the Student Menu.
The Student Accounts website (http://www.sage.edu/resources/student_services/student_accounts/) contains the following information:
- Tuition & Fees
- Room, Board and Other Charges
- Adjustments for Tuition, Room, and Board
- Payment Policies and Methods
- List of Payment Due Dates
Outstanding Financial Obligation
All student balances must be paid in full unless the student has been awarded and accepted financial aid sufficient to cover the outstanding balance or is enrolled in the College’s payment plan. Students are permitted to attend classes and utilize College facilities only after they have settled their financial obligations to the College. Any subsequent modification to an expected amount of financial aid or student loan remains the full responsibility of the student and must be paid in full by the student.
In addition to following application and verification procedures for financial aid, the student’s eligibility must be confirmed and the student must accept offered awards electronically in SageAdvisor before those amounts can be applied as payment against tuition and fees. Please note that loan programs require an extended period of processing before the loan amount is credited to the student’s account. Note: Failure to fully pay the financial obligation by the payment due date will result in the removal of registration from any or all classes.
Furthermore, an unpaid financial obligation to the College will result in the withholding of the student’s grades, transcript of credits, diploma, and official reports and make the student ineligible for future financial aid awards, pre-registration, and resident room selections.