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Student Service Center

The Student Service Center represents the Registrar, Bursar and Financial Aid offices. We handle general functions of these three offices and can also direct students to different departments in the college for help. Our goal is to assist our students in every way possible throughout their college experience here at Ursuline. View the "About Us" section below to learn more.

Frequently Requested Documents:

Please note - The following forms must be submitted via mail, fax or email (addresses are provided on each form).


There are two different processes depending on your method of payment to request an academic transcript.

To pay with a debit or credit card:

To pay with cash or check:

  • Complete the Transcript Request Form below and bring or send it to the Student Service Center at Ursuline College.  Please make check or money order payable to Ursuline College.
Transcript Request Form

Other Documents and Forms

Itemized Bill Request
Change of Address/Name
Tuition Deferment

*For documents pertaining to Financial Aid, please visit: Financial Aid - Documents and Forms

*Click here to view 2013/2014 UCAP Financial Aid Newsletter

About Us


The Student Service Center works very closely with the registrar's office. We help students register for classes, find out when classes are provided, adding/dropping courses, advisor details, grade reports, verification of enrollment and transcript information. We also provide students with their Student IDs and parking passes. The Registrar, Leah Sullivan and the Transfer Evaluator/Cert. Coordinator, Susan Kramer are located in Mullen 202B.

The main functions the center provides with regard to the Bursar's office are bill payments, tuition deferments, tuiton and fee questions, providing copies of student statements, and setting up a payment plan. If students have questions on the payment plan please contact the center. *Accelerated Nursing Students who need to sign up for the payment plan, please contact Michelle in the Bursar's office at 440 646 8310.

Financial Aid
The center assists students with general questions regarding their financial aid. We can help with questions about the FAFSA, loans, scholarships, repayment, award packages and filling out required documentation. If students need to meet with a financial aid counselor in-person, they can contact the center to set up an appointment.

*2015-2016 FAFSA's are now available. Visit www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete the online application. Please file as early as possible to take full advantage of funds you may be eligible.

2014 Tax Documentation

1098-T FORMS


1098-T forms will be available to students by January 31, 2015 either via email (if the student opted for electronic notification) or postcard mailed to your home address.


Students will need their Account Number (SSN), School Code (6W), and PIN/Password to access their ECSI account and retrieve their 1098T.


Below is the link to the instructions students can use to login to ECSI and retrieve their form:


In the section "How can I get my login information if I do not know it?" select the link 'click here to retrieve your login credentials'.  Once you enter the requested information and submit, your credentials will appear.  **Please note that the zip code entered must match the one on file that the school sent to ECSI.**  Once logged in, select 'Tax Information'.

The information on the 1098-T form is provided to assist each Student/Taxpayer in preparing the IRS Form 8863, which is used to claim the American Opportunity or Lifetime Learning Credits.  Once completed, the 8863 form should be attached to the Student/Taxpayers return to determine eligibility and the amount of the Education credit (if any) that she/he may be entitled to on their Individual Tax Return. 


Students in the following circumstances will NOT receive a 1098-T:

· You took only courses for which no academic credit was offered (even if you are enrolled in a degree program),

· you are a nonresident alien and did not request that your school provide you with a 1098-T,

· your tuition was paid in full by scholarships and/or grants, or

· your tuition was paid by an agreement between your school and an employer or by the government like the Department of Veteran’s Affairs or the Department of Defense.