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Important Updates



Undergraduates – May 16, 2022
Graduates – May 16, 2022


The deadline to waive the Spring 2022 Student Health Insurance is February 4, 2022. The health insurance waiver may take up to 2 business days to process.


The Office of Student Accounts is currently open Monday – Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

We continue to encourage electronic payment in your Ramapo Self Service when possible.  We realize this has been a confusing time for everyone and we are here to help.  The most efficient way to communicate at the moment is via email and we ask that you provide documentation by means of electronic medium to the extent permissible. Should paper documents need to be dropped off, Student Accounts has a drop box located on the wall outside of their office door. The preferred medium for meetings are via WebEx or phone call. Should a meeting be requested, please email and include “Requesting Appointment” in the subject line to request a meeting ahead of time.  Thank you for your assistance in helping to keep Ramapo College a safe and healthy environment!


Overall, the College approved a 0.0% tuition and fee increase for Academic Year 2021-2022, meaning that the aggregate cost of Ramapo has not changed from last year. You will notice on your bill that effective Fall 2021, the College has collapsed all its mandatory fees into tuition. While this may look different in billing, the result is the same cost as Academic Year 2020-2021. This continues Ramapo’s effort to increase transparency and continue its focus on affordability for our students. A similar consolidation of fees was done in 2017 and this is the final step in completing this merge. It is the College’s view that tuition supports all aspects of the college experience and can properly be represented as one rate inclusive of campus services.


Financial Disclaimer During COVID-19 Pandemic: During the 2021-22 academic year the instructional format may change due to a public health emergency or state of emergency, but tuition will remain the same. Tuition is in exchange for learning, academic credit, and a variety of non-academic services — regardless of whether classes are taught in-person, in a hybrid environment or entirely remotely. By enrolling in classes for the semester, you acknowledge that you will not be entitled to a refund of tuition if you must take some or all classes remotely or if circumstances during the semester require transition to fully remote learning for any period of time.

Important Links

Dear Students:

We appreciate your selecting Ramapo College of NJ to enhance your career goals and wish you much success.

Ramapo e-Mail is the official means of communicating to students at Ramapo College. We strongly recommend that you check your Ramapo e-Mail account on a regular basis.

In addition to checking your Ramapo e-Mail account, it is important to log onto the secure real-time Ramapo Self-Service portal (click here) to periodically view your student account. Account balances can change when additional charges, such as a parking fine, or financial aid is reduced. In many instances, students are not aware that they have a balance due on their account. A balance due may hold you up from registering, viewing your grades, getting a transcript, or receiving your diploma.

We look forward to serving you.


The Office of Student Accounts Staff

Welcome to the Office of Student Accounts home page. The Office of Student Accounts is a department under the Office of the Controller.  Functions include cashiering, billing, collection of current and delinquent accounts, disseminating of accurate information relating to a student’s financial account, calculating and processing student refunds, and providing and maintaining tuition payment plans, and Lifetime Learning Tax Credit and HOPE Scholarship 1098-T form information. The Office of Student Accounts is the primary manager of student accounts.

It is the mission of the Office of Student Accounts to safeguard the assets of the College while providing professional, courteous, and efficient service to student, parents, college personnel and external agencies and organizations. In this capacity, the Office of Student Accounts will adhere to all departmental, College, State, and Federal policies and procedures.

Our primary focus is upon customer service and fiscal responsibility.

We strive to:

  • Provide accurate and timely student accounts information
  • Ensure that payments and credits are properly applied
  • Provide convenient services to all college constituents
  • Serve all customers with efficiency and respect
  • Implement payment polices that are reasonable and with consideration for revenue objectives
  • Minimize delinquent, defaulted and uncollectible student accounts
  • Seek technological solutions for the improvement of customer service

Our fiscal responsibility to the College necessitates a proactive approach to the collection of all outstanding indebtedness. By enrolling at Ramapo College, a student is accountable to pay all of the charges incurred for a given term by the published deadline. However, the Office of Student Accounts makes every effort to accommodate families experiencing financial difficulties. Please communicate with the Office of Student Accounts if there are extenuating circumstances that prevent you from paying your term bill on time.

It is imperative that all students and parents become familiar with our policies and procedures (available on this Website), as well as payment and financial deadlines. You should also familiarize yourself with the functions and policies of the Office of Financial Aid and the Office of Residence Life. The majority of problems that a student or parent encounters can be simply avoided by complying with established policies, procedures, and deadlines.

We trust that you or your child will have a very positive experience here at Ramapo College. If this office can be of assistance, please don’t hesitate to call, write or e-mail your concerns.


Contact Information

To schedule a personal appointment, please email
and include “Requesting Appointment” in the subject line.

Office: D-Wing, First Floor

Hours of operation:
Academic Year: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Summer: Monday–Thursday, 8:00 a.m–5:00 p.m.; Friday: CLOSED

Cashiering Department
Phone: (201) 684-7495
Fax: (201) 684-7478


Jeffrey Brunetto
Director Student Accounts
Phone: (201) 684-7311

Barbara Smith
Assistant Director Student Accounts
Phone: (201) 684-7484

Kash Dalal
Cashiering Manager
Phone: (201) 684-7706

Chanel Carter
Collections Specialist
Phone: (201) 684-7173

Arman Naghshineh
Cashiering Specialist
Phone: (201) 684-7482

Christine Meakem
Cashiering Specialist
Phone: (201) 684-7453