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The Treasurer's Office is focused on the management and financing of the University’s balance sheet with the goal of delivering financial flexibility characterized by strong governance.
Our office strives to manage the cash flows in and out of the university in the most efficient and secure environment.
University Policy states that tuition is due and payable no later than the fifth class day of the term. Students should regularly view their Account by term to verify accurate account information. Students can view and print their bill on official letterhead by accessing MyBill.
Students with remaining balances after financial aid or students not receiving financial aid must use one of the following payment options:
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.
Late fees will be assessed for outstanding or past due balances monthly.
Students are responsible for dropping/withdrawing from all classes they are not attending. When courses are dropped, the following refund policy determines the amount credited to the account.
Arkansas State grants in-state tuition to students who qualify. Waivers are available for several out-of-state counties, children or spouses of alumni, or students with certain GPAs and ACT scores.