Welcome to the Business Office
Everything you need to know about understanding your bill, making your payments, and getting refunds is available through this site. As students and parents, you will be conducting business with our office over the next several years. We would like to make your experience a pleasant one. In order to alleviate confusion about payment schedules, payment methods, and other important issues, we have created a web-site packed with useful information.
Purpose of the Business Office
The business office is responsible for billing and collecting tuition, fees, campus housing, and other university-related charges. The office also invoices third-party agencies, audits MSU student accounts, and processes student refunds. Our office is also responsible for processing deposits for university departments. We hope you find the information here useful. We are also interested in your experiences and welcome any feedback.
When you set up a payment/refund profile at www.mwsu.edu/onlinepayments you must login each semester to keep your profile active. If not, your profile will be at risk of being deleted!
Summer Fee Change:
There will be a $50 reinstatement fee for students who are voided out of the university system due to non-payment. To be reinstated, students must pay a $25 late registration fee as well as a $50 reinstatment fee plus all tuition owed for the semester from which they were dropped.
Fall 2013 Fee Change:
1. The Technology, Energy Surcharge, Library, Wellness Center, Academic Support, Publication, Medical Service, and International Education fees will be eliminated effective Fall 2013.
2. A fee of $45.12 per semester credit hour will be charged for the new University Services Fee and will be used to cover various university services including, but not limited to, technology, library, publications, advising, international education, tutoring, supplemental instruction and student support. Creation of this new fee will simplify the billing process.
3. The three academic programs identified below will be charged an additional differential instuctional enhancement fee:
Additional Differential Enhancement Fees will be charged per credit hour
|$9.00||MENG and PETE||Engineering Differential Instructional Enhancement Fee|
|$32.00||DNHY||Dental Hygiene Differential Instuctional Enhancement Fee|
|$25.00||NURS||Nursing Differential Instructional Enhancement Fee|
Effective August 1 2010, a 2.75% convenience fee, approved by the Board of Regents, will be assessed on all credit card (MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) payments for tuition/fees. A convenience fee covers charges assessed by credit card companies for providing the service. Due to VISA association rules regarding convenience fees, VISA cards can no longer be an accepted form of credit/debit card payment. To avoid the convenience fee, you can pay using the web check payment option. Such a measure allows MSU to focus its budget on the entire student body and on the academic mission of the university. Click here for more information regarding the university's credit card policy.
Teller Windows: 8:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Business Office: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Teller Windows: 7:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Business Office: 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday (beginning May 13th)
Open Friday, May 31, 2013 and Friday, July 5, 2013
We are located in Room 103 of the Hardin Administration Building on the northeast corner of the campus.
As a part of the university-wide efforts to "go green," all billing statements will now be sent electronically. MSU will no longer send out paper billing statements.
Please verify your email address periodically through WEBWORLD to ensure proper delivery of your ebill statement.
Why stand in line?
We encourage you to make your tuition payment by check or credit/debit card at www.mwsu.edu/onlinepayments. Payments are fast, easy, and secure. This website is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience.
Release of Information
In accordance with FERPA Guidelines and the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, financial information is not a matter of public record. Students must submit to the Business Office a signed Release of Information Document stating to whom we can release this information. Once a Release of Information Document has been supplied to the Business Office it will remain in effect until the student retracts permission in writing to the Business Office.