TouchNet Payment Profile Instructions
Time of Payment of Fees
All fees must be paid in full, or payment arrangements made, at the time of registration at the opening of each semester or term as a condition of admission to classes. Consult the academic calendar for dates of registration and payment of fees.
Minimum Fee Payment Plan
The student's account (to include fees, housing, telephone, traffic violations, etc.) will be billed for the full amount each month with a minimum payment allowed. The minimum payment is derived by dividing the full account balance by the number of scheduled payments remaining in the semester. If a student chooses to pay the minimum payment amount, a 1% per month interest charge will be assessed on the remaining unpaid account balance.
Failure to Make Minimum Payments and Holds
Failure to make minimum payments could result in a decision to ban the student from participation in the payment plan during futuring terms.
Student's who are preregistered for a semester and fail to make their first scheduled payment will have their course schedule canceled.
If a "Hold" exists on a student's records the following actions may be taken:
* You may be removed from official class lists (Cancellation of Registration).
* You will not be permitted to register for classes.
* You will be denied access to all University facilities and services.
* You will not be permitted to receive transcripts nor diplomas.
Semester Billing Due Dates - (ALWAYS THE 10TH OF THE MONTH)
Fall Semester Payment Due Dates
Preregistered students: four installments due August 10th, September 10th, October 10th and November 10th.
Regular registration students: three installments due September 10th, October 10th and November 10th.
Spring Semester Payment Due Dates
Preregistered students: four installments due January 10th, February 10th, March 10 and April 10th.
Regular registration students: three installments due February 10th, March 10th and April 10th.
Summer Term Payment Due Dates
Preregistered students: three installments due May 10th, June 10th and July 10th.
Regular registration students: two installments due June 10th and July 10th.
Approved financial aid is applied directly to a student's account. The entry will appear as a credit on the billing statement and will reduce the current term balance due. The balance remaining after application of financial aid will be billed to the student and will be subject to the minimum payment process and interest charge calculation.
A student's financial aid cannot be used to repay debts incurred during previous terms.
Personal checks will be accepted only for the amount due from the student. A late registration fee will be assessed if a check presented in payment of student fees is returned unpaid and remains unpaid after the close of the regular registration period.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards are acceptable toward payment of fees up to the credit limit of the card holder. All credit card transactions do incur a 2.85% ($3.00 minimum) convenience fee.
Third Party/Contract Students
Students whose fees are authorized to be paid by an approved governments agency, foreign embassy or a corporation must return the top portion of the statement by the billing due date indicating the name of such agency or company. Missouri S&T must have on file a letter or contract of approval authorizing such billing.
Missouri University of Science & Technology has partnered with TransferMate in order to streamline the process of international payments.
TransferMate lets you make international payments to Missouri S&T in your own currency while receiving competitive foreign exchange rates. If you're an international student or parent you can use this secure, payment method during your online payment process.
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