Bursar’s Office

What is a Bursar’s Office?

A Bursar’s Office (or business office) is a department within an educational institution or organization responsible for financial and administrative matters related to student accounts and tuition.

In addition to educational institutions, some other organizations may have a Bursar’s Office or a similar department to manage financial transactions and records specific to their operations.

What does a Bursar’s Office do?

The Bursar’s Office is crucial in ensuring the financial transactions between students and the institution are accurately recorded and processed.

The primary functions of a Bursar’s Office typically include billing, collecting tuition and fees, processing payments, issuing refunds, managing student financial records, and addressing inquiries related to financial matters. They may also handle other financial aspects such as distributing financial aid, managing student loans, and coordinating with other departments to support students with financial questions or concerns.

At Goodwin University, we believe higher education should be accessible and affordable. We offer comprehensive financial aid opportunities, including grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study opportunities that provide a regular paycheck. Learn more about how Goodwin can help you afford your college degree today!

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