If you are expecting your balance to be covered by a third party, such as an employer, the military, college savings plans, etc., please review the information below regarding submission of your voucher/waiver.
All vouchers must be received prior to the payment due date to avoid the cancellation of your registration
- Students should submit their vouchers to a Bursar cashier in the Enrollment Services Center and pay any difference due of tuition and/or fees that the voucher does not cover.
Once a voucher is received, it will be placed in a third-party contract and the amount due will be removed from the student’s account and transferred to the third-party account.
- All vouchers are estimated and bills are not considered paid until the third party actually makes payment in full to the college.
- If the third party does not pay all or part of the amount invoiced, the student will be responsible for this balance.
You must present the voucher/letter each semester, even if the document states that the organization will pay for multiple semesters. Third-party vouchers should include the following information:
- Name of entity submitting payment—must be formally written communication on company letterhead and state the amount the organization plans to pay. If the organization is not paying the bill in full, the student is responsible for paying the remaining amount due prior to the due date.
- Student’s name, EMPLID, and semester that is being paid.
- Invoicing information, including billing name and address.
- The documentation must also state if there are any contingencies on payment (e.g., number of credits, grades received, financial aid applied, etc).
Note: Most vouchers will not cover:
- Fees (including, but not limited to, change of program, late registration, etc.)
- Liability charges
Brooklyn College accepts vouchers from the third-party entities listed below:
- 529 Plans
- ACCESS-VR (formally VESID)
- Americorps (must submit via online portal)
- Bright Horizons
- Chapter 31 Veteran Tuition Vouchers
- Columbia University
- Commission for the Blind
- Florida Prepaid
- JPMorgan Chase
- New York–Presbyterian Hospital
- Para Professional
- Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission
- SUNY EIP
- Veteran Deferment Voucher
- Turkish Counsel
- Various research foundation grants
Note: If you do not see the third party listed here, submit the voucher to a Bursar representative in the Enrollment Services Center or via e-mail.
If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding third-party payments, vouchers, or tuition reimbursement, contact the Office of Student Accounts via telephone, 718.758.8660, or e-mail.
Brooklyn College accepts the following waivers:
- AMP Waiver
- Cooperating Teacher Tuition Waiver Certificate
- CUNY CAP
- CUNY Employee Tuition Waiver
- IME BECAS
- Macaulay Honors Tuition Waiver
All waivers must be received piror to the payment due date to avoid the risk of course cancellation.
Students should submit their vouchers to a Bursar representative in the Enrollment Services Center and submit payment for any remaining balance not covered by the waiver.
Waivers submitted after the first day of classes may not be accepted, and you will be responsible for paying tuition.
Note: Most waivers will not cover:
- Student fees
- Library charges
- Late registration and/or change of program fees.