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  1. When will I get my bill for Fall 2017 tuition?
  2. How do I make payments?
  3. I would like to make a payment toward my tuition every week/two weeks.  Can I do that?
  4. What happens if I miss one or more payments?
  5. I am receiving financial aid. Will that be reflected on my bill?
  6. My financial aid is not included on my bill.  Why not?
  7. I have signed up for student housing. What payments do I have to make before I can move in?
  8. Will the amount of my payments ever change over the semester?
  9. My tuition is being paid by a third party. How will my payments be handled?
  10. My employer is reimbursing my tuition. How will my payments be handled?
Still have questions?
We are here to help. Contact the Cashiers/Student Accounts Office at 810.762.3490 or email Dept.Cashiers@umflint.edu
 

1. When will I get my bill for Fall 2017 tuition?

Fall 2017 bills will be sent to students on July 21, 2017.  The bill will also tell you when the first payment is due, on August 15, 2017.

Paper bills are mailed to new students for the first semester only.  Continuing students will receive email notifications letting them know their bills are available on SIS.

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2. How do I make payments?
 

You will have the option to set up automated payments using electronic checks by signing up at the Student Account Center.  With this option, your payments will be automatically charged to your bank account.

You can also pay by check or money order through the mail or at the Cashier's office.  Always be sure to include your UMID on checks.  Cash payments can be made in person at the Cashier's office.

The mailing address is:

Cashiers/Student Accounts
261 University Pavilion
Flint, MI 48501-1950

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3. I would like to make a payment toward my tuition every week/two weeks. Can I do that?
 
Yes.  You can make partial payments as long as the payment is paid in full before the due date.
 
 
4. What happens if I miss one or more payments?
 

A registration hold will be placed on your record, and you won't be able to register for future courses or receive your transcripts.  Holds will be lifted once all financial obligations are met.  Students may also be charged late fees for payments made past the due date.

Students on employer-supported tuition plans, veteran students registered for VA benefits, and international students are exempt from late fees on delayed payments.

 
5. I am receiving financial aid. Will that be reflected on my bill?
 
Your authorized financial aid will be displayed on your paper bill as well as in SIS.  Look for the balance due on your student bill.  That is the amount not covered by financial aid that you will need to pay out of pocket.
 
 
6. My financial aid is not included on my bill. Why not?
 

If your bill does not include your financial aid offers, log into SIS to see which outstanding requirements still need to be met in order to have your financial aid reflected on your bill.

Please note that Federal Work Study awards will not be included on your bill.

 
7. I have signed up for student housing. What payments do I have to make before I can move in?
 

If you are living in a UM-Flint residence hall (student housing), you will need to have your first of four payments received by August 15, 2017 and have paid all previous balances owed in full before you can move in.

Students who sign up for student housing after August 15 will need to pay at least one-third of their total university bill and be enrolled in a payment plan for the remaining tuition.

 

 
8. Will the amount of my payments ever change over the semester?
 
Your payment plan amounts might change if you drop or add a class, or if you have additional charges or credits applied to your account.  To check your payment amount and total amount owed, log into the Student Account Center.
 
 
9. My tuition is being paid by a third party. How will my payments be handled?
 
If a third party payer is receiving your tuition bill from the university, then that payer will send the payments for your tuition directly to the university.
 
 
10. My employer is reimbursing my tuition. How will my payments be handled?
 
In most tuition reimbursement situations, the student pays his or her own tuition and fees when they are due.  This also applies to making payments.  At the end of the semester, the employer typically reimburses the tuition costs.  So you - not your employer - will be responsible for making the payments on the due dates identified above.