Student Financial Services

Student To-Do's for 2014-15

Three critical actions for students in preparation for the new academic year. 

Installment Payment Plan

INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN - Now available for 2014-15!

About the Installment Payment Plan


Third Party Contracts

University Bill Due Dates 2014-15

To see the 2014-15 bill notification schedule and due dates, please see Payment Due Dates.

Sample Bill

For a view of the bill and description of its primary features, see our Sample University bill.

Identifying Funding Awarded and Qualified Charges on your Student Account

U.S. Citizen and Permanent Resident students who receive a scholarship, fellowship or grant from the University will not receive a tax document reporting this income.  (Non-resident students will receive a 1042-S reporting this income for use in filing their federal tax return.) However, students may need to self-report a portion of this income on their tax returns.


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Allow Bill Notification

To allow someone to receive bill notification, students must set them up as an Authorized Payer in the new Stanford ePay system.

What new Stanford parents need to know

Our relationship is with your student but you’re important too! This overview of financial and other information is created to help you navigate Stanford as you support your student.

Quick Steps

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Student financial account-related questions on topics such as

  • University billing and payments
  • 1098-T tax form
  • Financial Aid Disbursements
  • Refunds
  • StanfordCardPlan
  • Cash Advances
  • Payroll Deductions

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