Third-Party Billing – Is Someone Else Paying Your Bill?
1. Submit Documentation
If an outside employer, agency or organization is paying your bill, submit your financial guarantee via, email or fax the form (available through the organization/employer paying your bill) to the Office of the Bursar by the last day to drop and add for the term. We must have this information so we can bill your employer/organization. We may not accept any third-party paperwork submitted for a semester after it has ended.
2. Monitor Your Student Account
Please note that until the payment is received in full, your account will be treated as your account. This means that if the payment is not paid by the date service indicators are being placed, your account will be subject to receiving a service indicator, which will prevent future registration and transcripts and/or degrees release, and your account will be subject to all collection activity, including being forwarded to the Maryland Central Collection Unit.
Documentation received after the last day to drop and add will be processed within 30 days of submission. Any holds will remain until the account balances are paid in full.
3. Remain in Contact with Third-Party Sponsor
Payments must be received within 90 days from the date of invoice. To avoid financial holds or collections activity it is important to stay in contact with your third-party payer/sponsor and check your student account on a regular basis until payment is received in full.