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Phone: 855-287-4003
Fax: 484-365-8130
Extension: 8080
Email: bursaroff@lincoln.edu

 
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How can I request a book voucher?
When will I receive my refund?
Why does my account reflect a fine charge?
How much money do I owe the University?
Do any Payment Plan options exist?

How will I obtain my 1098T form for current tax year?
How will I obtain my 1098T form prior to tax year 2012?

How can I request a book voucher?

Access Lincoln University Bursar’s office Homepage, click on the forms section, and follow the instructions. Visit your student account via Web Advisor to check if the book voucher has been approved. Allow 24-48 hours from the date of approval for the book money to be available at the University Bookstore. A book voucher expires at the end of the semester. The credit will remain on your bookstore account until the end of the semester to be utilized at the bookstore. The deadline to request a book voucher will be the last day to add and drop courses. Please refer to the University calendar for the exact date. Please make sure you access the University Bookstore website to price your books, supplies, and any other items planning to purchase on your book voucher. The money not spend on your book voucher will be refunded at the end of the semester after we receive a final report from the University Bookstore.

When will I receive my refund?

Refunds are processed automatically. An e-mail from service@afford.com will be sent to your Lincoln e-mail address informing you when the refund has been completed. Student refunds are handled by Tuition Management Systems. Please make sure to sign up for your refund preference (either Debit Card or Direct Deposit) via Lincoln Choice. Any questions about a refund should be addressed to Tuition Management Systems via telephone at 888-425-1138 or through the website at Lincoln Choice.

Why does my account reflect a fine charge?
Fines are sent to the Bursar’s Office by various departments.  For any questions or adjustments necessary to these charges, the student will need to contact that particular office directly.
 
For example:  
 ~If a student shows a parking fine charge, he/she will need to contact the Public Safety Department.

~If a student’s account reflects a Lock Change or Residence Life fines, he/she will have to call the office of  Residence Life.                         

How much money do I owe the University?
Bills can be accessed at www.lincoln.edu.  Connect through Web Advisor and click on Log In, which will prompt you to enter your User Id and password.  This will take you to the Financial Information screen where you will click on View Account and Make Payments to see your bill.  For additional information, please refer to our website under the View an E-bill instructions.

Do any Payment Plan options exist?
Access the Bursar’s Office Homepage at www.lincoln.edu/bursar. Click on the Payment Options section (located on the left side) for details.  The maximum amount that can be placed on a payment plan cannot exceed 20% of term charges.  If you need to setup a payment plan, please click on Tuition Management Systems (can access via our webpage on the right side). All students must have a zero($0) balance on their student account in order to enroll for a current term. Please refer to our website for details on our Student Account Policy.

How will I obtain my 1098T form for current tax year?
Students will be able to view online and print their 1098T forms for the tax year 2012 and beyond. Visit www.ecsi.net/1098T and select the login link near the top of the page. Click here to retrieve your login credentials. Students may also call 866-428-1098 for login assistance.

How will I obtain my 1098T form prior to tax year 2012?

If you require any tax forms prior to tax year 2012, please email the Bursar at wjohnson@lincoln.edu. The email should include the name of the student, student ID #, tax year requesting, mailing address, and telephone number where we can reach you.

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