USC Upstate Bursar's Office
The Upstate Bursar's Office provides financial services support to students and parents. Our goal is to make the process of paying for your education as simple as possible.
The Cashier's Office is within the Upstate Bursar's Office. The department is also known as Student Account Services.
If you have questions about your tuition, fees, payments or payment plans, please contact us.
If you have questions about your financial aid, please contact the Financial Aid Department at 864-503-5340 or visit Financial Aid.
The Upstate Bursar's Office is located the Enrollment Services Suite across from the Bookstore in the Health Education Complex (HEC).
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Bills will no longer be mailed. You may review and pay your bill on Self Service Carolina by the cancellation date shown below.
Tuition Due / Cancellation Date
August 18, 2014
Your schedule will be subject to cancellation if you do not pay your bill or set up a payment plan by the date above.
Our students may pay online on Self Service Carolina. Payments for tuition and fees may be made with an electronic check, or e-check, by entering a bank routing and account number into the secure system. Credit card payments are also accepted online and a 2.5% convenience fee is charged for each credit card transaction. Please note that USC Upstate does not accept VISA at this time.
We participate in the Solicitor's Worthless Check Program. All returned checks are submitted for collection if we have not been contacted by the maker of the check. A $30 fee will be charged for each returned check. See our check acceptance policy for more information.
All outstanding delinquent accounts will be submitted to a collection agency unless suitable payment arrangements are made. If USC Upstate considers it necessary to refer all or part of the unpaid principal, late charges and/or interest to an attorney or collection agency for collection, the student is liable for and shall pay all the attorney’s fees and/or collection agency fees resulting from the referral that are allowed by federal and state laws and regulations and that are necessary for the collection of these amounts.