Employer Direct Billing
If your employer/organization is paying your term’s costs and needs to be billed by MSOE, a letter of authorization from the company or agency must be sent to the Student Accounts Office or must accompany the registration form each term. The letter of authorization must state exactly what expenses will be covered; i.e., which classes, costs, fees, books, etc. MSOE must have the letter at the time of the student’s registration.
This letter cannot be contingent upon any conditions. Under the direct billing to employer option, MSOE will bill the employer at the beginning of the term for all tuition, fees, room and board, and all other assessed charges authorized and incurred. The student is responsible for any amount not covered at the time of billing. MSOE will expect employer payment in full within 45 days of billing. If not paid in full by the employer, the student is responsible for the amount due and will be subject to monthly late fees of not more than 1% per month on the total unpaid charges beginning on the 30th day of delinquency and monthly thereafter until the balance is paid in full.
A student may defer tuition paid directly to them by their employer through tuition reimbursement. The student will need to provide to MSOE proof of their eligibility for employer tuition reimbursement. This is done through a copy of the company’s policy AND with a letter from the student’s employer, stating the student is eligible for tuition reimbursement. The letter of authorization from the employer must be sent to the Student Accounts Office each year stating exactly what expenses will be covered. Students must also submit a payment plan agreement form and a signed copy of their MSOE statement of financial responsibility form at the time of registration. Both forms can be found on our website at www.msoe.edu or by following the links listed below.
Under the tuition reimbursement option, the student is ultimately responsible for the term’s tuition, fees, room and board, and all other assessed charges. Payment in full of the term’s tuition is due within 45 days from the last day of the term for that term, regardless of the grades. If the student’s employer fails to pay the student is required to pay in full immediately. Late fees of 1% a month will be assessed beginning on the 30th day of delinquency on the total unpaid balance. If payment is not made within 45 days of grades being posted, registration for current and subsequent terms may be canceled.