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Paying Your Account Balance

 

University Policy states that tuition is due and payable no later than the 11th class day of the term. For information on billing and how to view your balance, visit the Billing & Authorized Users section.

Students with remaining balances after financial aid or students not receiving financial aid must use one of the following payment options:

1. Pay Online (myBill)

Online payments are an easy and convenient way of making payments! Payments can be made 24/7 (unless noted maintenance time).

Credit or Debit Card

All credit/debit card transactions are assessed a 2.85% service fee. 

Web Check

Enter the routing and account number from your check. Web check payments are not assessed a service fee.

Go to myBill

2. Pay at the Cashier's Window (Check or Cash Only)

The Cashier's Window is located on the 2nd Floor of the Student Union next to the Treasurer's Office.

3. Payment Plan

Students can setup online payment plans through myBill. For more information, visit our Payment Plan Information page.

4. Mail Payment to the Treasurer's Office

When mailing in payments, the student's name and ID number must be included on the check to ensure the payment is applied to the correct student account.

Mail To: Treasurer's Office PO Box 2640, State University, AR 72467

5. International Wires

Flywire offers an innovative and streamlined way to make international wires for tuition payments. For more information, visit our Flywire Information page.

6. Bank Wire

We accept payments in your local currency or US $ through Western Union Business Solutions. Select Bank Wire as the payment method when making a payment in myBill.

7. Payroll Deduction

Payroll deductions are available for benefited employees. The payroll deduction form is completed online and then approved by the Treasurer's Office and Payroll. Complete the form online: Payroll Deduction Form

Any unpaid charges will remain the liability of the debtor and will be remitted to a collection agency is not pain in full. The debtor will bear all collection costs and attorney's fees associated with this debt.

Students are responsible for dropping/withdrawing from all classes they are not attending.

Late fees will be assessed for outstanding or past due balances monthly.

 

Unpaid Account Balances

Students enrolled in the current semester who fail to clear their accounts may not register for subsequent semesters until all charges have been paid. The University reserves the right to deny the release of the student's record and related information until outstanding charges have been resolved.

Any unpaid charges will remain the liability of the debtor and will be remitted to a collection agency if not paid in full.  The debtor will bear all collection costs and attorney's fees associated with this debt.