Payment Plans

students

 

Installment Contract:

The installment contact is a payment plan which is administered by the MSU Business Office and can be used for tuition, fees, room and board. A non-refundable fee of $22.50 is assessed for this payment option. Repayment is due as scheduled during the semester in which it is borrowed, or upon official withdrawal from the university. The Installment contract is available online and must be accessed and completed via MSU's WebWorld. You may access the website directly by using the following link www.mwsu.edu/onlinepayments/. Please be aware that when you set up an installment plan online you are no longer eligible to use the ETFL for that semester.

 

Summer I 2016 payment plans will be available May 1, 2016.

 

Emergency Tuition and Fee Loan (ETFL) Contract:

The short-term loan is administered by the MSU Business Office and allows the student to defer tuition and fee expenses.  A $22.50 loan origination fee and a 1% service charge are added to this loan. Repayment is due as scheduled during the semester or summer term(s) in which it is borrowed, or upon official withdrawal from the university.

To apply for the Fall Emergency Tuition and Fee Loan you must click on the link below to open the application. You must print and completely fill out the application. Sign the application and bring one copy to the Business Office. The Promissory note must be filled out with all current information before it will be applied to your student account.

Please be aware that parking decals, parking fines, exceeded medical allotment fees, and property deposits are NOT included in installment plans or ETFLs. 
Summer I 2016 - available May 1, 2016

Once a payment plan has been selected it cannot be changed. All payment plan fees are non-refundable.The Installment Contract is a legal and binding contract between the student and the university.  Legally, the student is the only person who can fill out, sign, and submit an Installment Contract request. 

The Emergency Tuition and Fee Loan Promissory Note is a legal and binding contract between the student and the university.  The student is the only person who can fill out, sign, and submit an Emergency Tuition and Fee Loan Promissory Note.

 

Book Loan Information:

Book Loans for Summer I 2016 will be available May 31, 2016.

NOTE:
Students who have received a refund over $1000 are NOT eligible to receive the Book Loan; you may use your refund to purchase your books.

You will need to print, complete and return your Book Loan promissory note to the MSU Bookstore, NOT the MSU Financial Aid Office.