Student Health InsuranceDuring your registration process, you have the option to opt in or out of student health insurance. If unsure whether you have opted in or out for the student health insurance, contact Betty Kucera @ 218.477.2228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (include your student ID# in email).
Reciprocity StudentsNorth Dakota and Wisconsin students attending Minnesota State University may apply for reciprocity online or by printing the form and following the directions found at the respective web sites.North Dakota students: http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/hesod/NDReciprocity/apply1.cfmWisconsin students: http://www.heab.state.wi.us/mnwiapp.htmlSouth Dakota students: South Dakota students receive reciprocity automatically if you indicated on your application that you are a South Dakota resident. Verification of graduation from a South Dakota high school and/or permanent residency status may be requested if you did not graduate from a South Dakota high school within the last year.
Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)If you wish your parent(s), guardian(s) or others to have access to information concerning the amount of your term bill you must annually complete the Student Consent to Release of Educational Record Form. Without this completed form, Business Services personnel cannot release billing or financial information to anyone other than the student. This form is on the web here or available at the Business Services in Owens Hall.
Post Secondary (PSEO) students are responsible for resident hall charges. Tuition, activity, health/services, wellness, technology and MSUSA fees are paid by the State/School District.
Process an official withdrawal from all classes by contacting the Academic Support Center (Flora Frick, Room 154), Phone 218.477.4318. You may qualify for reduced tuition and fee charges or a refund. You may also process your withdrawal online, but refunds will be delayed. If you leave the university without processing a withdrawal you will be given all F grades and may be required to repay a portion of financial aid. The last day to withdraw from classes is April 2, 2014.
Students who totally withdraw from the University will be granted a State Refund or charge reduction of tuition and fees based on the following schedule:
Title IV aid recipients (Pell, SEOG Grants, Subsidized, Unsubsidized, Perkins or Plus Loans) who withdraw before 60% of the term is complete will have refund dollars repaid to their aid sources. Some students may owe a personal repayment for the unearned portion of the Title IV aid they received as determined by a Federal refund calculation. Students can contact the Business Services before withdrawing to determine the effect on their aid.
Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full.
Cost to Participate
Simple Steps to Enroll in the Payment Plan
Target Dates To Enroll By
Summer 2014Payment plan available on March 19, 2014.Full payments may be made through June 13, 2014.
Fall 2014Payment plan available on March 26, 2014.Full payments may be made through September 29, 2014.
Spring 2015Payment plan available on October 22, 2014.Full payments may be made through February 16, 2015.
Payment Plan AvailabilityAvailability of the payment plan is determined by Minnesota State University Moorhead. Please be aware the university may elect not to have the payment plan available during specific times and dates during registration.