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Auburn University students will soon have the option to charge course materials and school supplies to their eBill. The eBill tender option will be available Dec. 7, 2015- Feb. 3, 2016, the class drop date. Auburn University’s Student Financial Services department and the Auburn University Bookstore have partnered together to extend affordability and choice to students.

By offering the eBill option, the bookstore is helping to achieve Auburn University’s academic mission by offering affordable higher education opportunities to Auburn students.

“For many years, we’ve heard the Auburn family calling for an option like this,” said Auburn University Bookstore Assistant Director Russell Weldon. “We’ve seen students who struggle to afford textbooks and have to make a decision about when or even if to buy a book. This program will allow families the time and flexibility to be able to afford all course materials at the beginning of each semester.”

Students enrolled for the upcoming spring 2016 semester may choose the new eBill tender option for purchases of textbooks, course materials, school supplies and technology accessories.

For students to use the eBill option they must be in good financial standing with the university. There is a $1,000 limit per semester and students may only charge course-related materials. Returned merchandise will be credited back to the original payment type and all charges to the eBill are payable in full according to the eBill billing schedule.

More information about the new eBill tender option at the Auburn University Bookstore is available online.