Payment and Fee Dates & Deadlines
|Fall 2021||Spring 2022|
|Bookstore Charging Available||Aug. 2-26 (online ends Aug. 24)||Dec. 20. 2021-Jan. 13, 2022 (online ends Jan. 11, 2022)|
|Registration Cancellation for Non-Payment||not applicable||Jan. 14, 2022|
|Aid Applies to Accounts||Aug. 28, 2021||Jan. 15, 2022|
|Overage: Direct Deposits Sent to Banks (availability varies by bank)||Sept. 1, 2021||Jan. 19, 2022|
|Overage Checks Sent in the Mail||Sept. 2, 2021||Jan 20, 2022|
|Full Balance Due to avoid $30 Payment Plan Fee||Sept. 13, 2021||Jan. 31, 2022|
|1st SCSU Payment Plan Due (1/3 of Charges)||Sept. 13, 2021||Jan. 31, 2022|
|Payment Plan Fee Applied ($30) to unpaid accounts||Sept. 14, 2021||Feb. 1, 2022|
|Registration Hold placed on Student Accounts||Sept. 20, 2021||Feb. 7, 2022|
|2nd SCSU Payment Plan Due (1/2 of Remaining Balance)||Oct. 4, 2021||Feb. 21, 2022|
|3rd/FINAL SCSU Payment Plan Due
– Account Balance Due in Full
|Oct. 25, 2021||March 14, 2022|
|Late Fee Applied ($50) to unpaid accounts||Oct. 26, 2021||March 15, 2022|
There are two payment plan options. There is a $30 service fee for either plan. Participation in either payment plan does not guarantee the ability to register for subsequent terms. The registration hold is automatically removed after payment in full is received.
This plan is self-monitored. You are responsible for making payments by the deadlines listed above. You will not receive a statement reminding you that a payment is due.
Nelnet Business Solutions, Inc. (NBS) is an external payment plan provider and partner with St. Cloud State University. If you choose to use NBS, you will arrange for automatic monthly payments with or without a down payment. Monthly payments can be withdrawn from your checking or savings account or charged to your Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. Participants may update demographic and account information online. Go to the NelNet Plan link in your e-Services account under "Billing & Payments" to sign up for or to manage a current plan.
Credit card and e-check payments can be made online in e-services.Make a Payment in e-services
Mail payments by check or money order to:
St. Cloud State University
Administrative Services 123
720 4th Avenue South
St. Cloud, MN 56301
Include student ID or StarID on all payments.
When tuition and fees are billed to another federal/state/county agency or an employer, the sponsoring agency is called a third party. Authorization must be submitted to Business Services (720 4th Ave S St. Cloud MN 56301-4498 or faxed to 320-308-5113) before the due date so classes do not get dropped in the registration cancellation for non-payment process.
Authorizations are posted to your financial aid award as they are received, but will credited to your bill at the same time other financial aid is applied. If you look on-line and the third party award does not appear on your financial aid account, check with the sponsoring agency before contacting Business Services at 320-308-4008.
St. Cloud State University has partnered with Flywire to provide international students with an easy and secure method to make international payments. As the leading payments processor for educational institutions all over the world, Flywire delivers students' tuition payments quickly, easily, and securely.
With Flywire you can:
To ensure that your student's account is properly credited in a timely and expedient fashion, please click the St. Cloud State Flywire payment page or use the button above.
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It’s easy to set someone else up with access to your e-Services for purposes of making a payment on your account balance.
Should you have questions or difficulties with this process, please contact the SCSU Business Services Office.
An unpaid balance hold is placed on a student account by the Business Services Office when an unpaid balance exists for the current or a previous term after the due dates. A hold prevents a student from registering for classes in subsequent terms, or from obtaining transcripts and diplomas.
Holds will remain on a student's account until the past due balance is paid in full. Once the balance is paid, the hold will automatically be removed.
Hold exceptions can only be made at the discretion of the Director of Student Accounts in the Business Services Office.