FAFSA Reminder:

All new and returning students need to fill out the FAFSA to ensure proper distribution of your financial aid.

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Statement of Account

Charges on student account statements include current tuition, fees, campus housing, and board plans, and may also include other items such as mandatory student health insurance, parking and library charges.

Credits include any deposits, payments, scholarships, loans, grants, and "anticipated financial aid" that has not yet been received.

Private loans and outside scholarships appear on your account once the funds have been received and deposited.

If you have been assigned a work-study job, you must work your allotted hours in order to finalize this Federal Financial Aid benefit. Paychecks are issued to the student as hours are worked. If a student would like to allocate their paychecks to their student account, they may do that at their discretion.

Student billing statements are archived on our secure e-commerce system accessible from LORA Self-Service for easy viewing for at least two years.

Fees are assessed to cover special activities and services, such as the orientation program, intercollegiate athletics, and internet access. 

University general fees include:

  • Student Center
  • Student Government Association
  • Athletics
  • Publications
  • Information Technology

Undergraduate fees include:

  • Student Success 
  • Career Development

Graduate fees include:

  • Career Development

New full-time undergraduate fees include:

  • FYE/SYE Engagement 

Additional fees for specific programs may include:

  • Course
  • Major
  • Study Abroad

Items listed under the heading "anticipated financial aid" represent aid items that have been estimated for the bill. We expect to receive these credits on the date indicated. Please know that anticipated aid is not guaranteed and students are required to complete all documentation as directed by the Office of Financial Aid.

Incoming and returning students who have pre-registered are billed prior to the beginning of the semester. Payments are due well before classes start unless other arrangements have been made. Accounts still not paid by the due date will be placed in a past due status.

Students living on campus must pay their student account balance in full, or have other payment arrangements on file with the Office of Student Financial Services, before moving into the Residence Hall. 

Payments made by check or electronic check will be assumed cleared after 10 business days. Financial transcript and diploma holds will be lifted once payment has cleared.

Students who are late registrants and who are registering at the beginning of the term will be expected to make payment at time of registration.

Total charges for the semester are due in one payment before the start of classes each semester. A late fee of $250 will be assessed against accounts in past due status. Students who have not met their financial obligations or made appropriate arrangements through the Office of Student Financial Services will not be allowed to return.