Welcome to the Office of the Treasurer
As part of the Finance & Business Department, the Student Business Services will strive to be an innovative leader by developing and implementing exemplary business practices for excellent customer service in support of the college’s strategic initiatives and of the cadets, faculty, staff, administration and the college community.
Professional Integrity – Earn Respect – Be Innovative – Engage Collaboration – Achieve Excellence – Tenets of Honor, Duty and Leadership
- Accurate assessment/adjustment of tuition and fees
- Efficient and timely disbursement of cadet/student/parent refunds
- Generation of data of student, department and third party sponsored revenues
- Facilitate proactive collection efforts for tuition and related fees
- Leverage technology for innovative operations, communications, and services
- Sustain responsibility for fiscal integrity to be excellent stewards’ resources
- Provide exemplary customer service to students, families and the Citadel.
ANOUNCEMENT: Please be sure to review your Summer 2023 Lesesne Student Portal for up to date transactions.
Upcoming Important Dates:
SUMMER 2023 Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees will be assessed on April 14, 2023, and E-Bills will be available via the Lesesne Student Portal
SUMMER 2023 PAYMENT DUE DATE Wednesday May 3, 2023
LAST DATE TO DROP/CHANGE REGISTRATION FOR 100% Refund/Adjustment is May 8, 2023
For more information, please select one of the tabs at the left.
Tuition & Fees Fall 2022 – Spring 2023 – Summer 2023
Please follow this link for Tuition and Fees information 2022-2023 TUITION AND FEES.
THE DUE DATE FOR SUMMER 2023 WILL BE Wednesday, MAY 3, 2023
Viewing your Bill
All incoming freshman, returning Cadets and CGC students can access the “Student tab” in Lesesne Gateway to view billing information.
Authorized parent users will use the following link to access bills: https://commerce.cashnet.com/citadelpay
As always, we are pleased to support all students, parents, faculty, staff, and members of The Citadel community.
OFFICE – LOCATION AND HOURS
Our office is located in Bond Hall Room 112 REGULAR OFFICE HOURS (Except Holidays)
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm
2nd Week of May – 1st Week of August Monday – Thursday 7:30am – 5:30pm
Customer Care Telephone: (843) 953-5254 Office email is TRSR@Citadel.edu
Payments made online (E-Check/ACH or Debit/Credit Card through Lesesne Gateway will post automatically to a student’s account automatically. Paper checks that are presented during office hours also will be processed and post automatically to a student’s account. Payments that are mailed to the office may take up to three days after the date of being received.
The 2022 1098T is available online.
A paper copy of the 2022 1098-T Education Tax Credit form for was mailed to the home address on file by January 31, 2023. Please follow these instructions to access your 2022 1098T online.
To get a duplicate official copy of your 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021 1098-T form. You will need the Student’s First and Last Name, Social Security Number, Zip Code of permanent home residence during that year. You will then use the following weblink to obtain an electronic copy of that years IRS 1098-T tax form: http://heartland.ecsi.net/
Please visit Education Tax Credits for more information and Frequently Asked Questions.
To make a payment, the following options are available:
- Pay online with a debit/credit card or electronic check using Lesene Gateway or BannerWeb.
- In person with cash, check, or money order during posted business hours.
- Mail a check/money order to: The Citadel ATTN: Treasurer Office Bond Hall Room 112 171 Moultrie Street Charleston, SC 29409
- Pay by wire transfer; contact the Treasurer’s office for information about using this option.
- Reminder to always include the student’s full name with any payment to avoid confusion. If you have The Citadel Identification (CWID) number, this will speed the process and guarantee accuracy.
The following information is not intended to be comprehensive and is subject to change. Tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by administrative, federal, or state legislative changes, or The Citadel Board of Visitors action, and changes become effective on the date enacted. Tuition and fee charges for all courses will be assessed by a student’s level and residency status. The College reserves the right to correct errors in student fee assessments and charges which are discovered subsequent to the initial billings or fee statements.
Tuition and fees are set regardless of the mode of instruction and the Citadel reserves the right to determine the mode of instruction that it believes will best serve the student in consideration of the totality of the circumstances. In the event of an unforeseeable cause beyond the control of and without the negligence of the Citadel, including but not limited to fire, flood, other severe weather, acts of God, interruption of utility services, acts of terrorism, pandemic, epidemic, disease at the housing facility or in the surrounding area/city/county, government restrictions, or the like, the Citadel reserves the right to maintain the safety of the premises by any means, including but not limited to, transitioning on-ground classes online or temporarily suspending classes. It is the University’s responsibility to identify potential scholarship recipients on the basis of information provided in your scholarship and study application. The Citadel cannot be responsible for any errors or omissions in the information supplied to it and on which eligibility decisions are based. The Citadel’s decision on the interpretation of eligibility criteria is final and there is no right of appeal. The College reserves the right to correct errors in on websites that may be incorrect regarding any awards, scholarships or financial assistance.
In the event of an unforeseeable cause beyond the control of and without the negligence of the University, including but not limited to fire, flood, other severe weather, acts of God, interruption of utility services, acts of terrorism, pandemic, epidemic, government restrictions, or the like, the Citadel reserves the right to maintain the safety of the premises by any means, including but not limited to closing or limiting access to campus and/or temporarily closing or restricting use of college residence facilities. Such actions shall not be considered a breach of contract and the Citadel shall not be obligated to refund any amount already paid pursuant to this agreement.
As of July 1, 2008, Federal Financial Aid regulations prohibit the use of excess financial aid to pay off past-due balances from a prior academic year. Federal, State and Institutional assistance are applied to your current academic semester.