MSOE does not provide a paper statement, instead an email will be sent to your MSOE provided email address when a new statement is available. MSOE, in partnership with Transact (formerly known as CashNet), makes billing statements available online for viewing and payment through an electronic system. If you wish to have someone else (parent, guardian, or others) pay on your behalf, you must establish an authorized payer to allow access to view and pay your account. The authorized payer will receive an email when the student completes the enrollment process designating them as an authorized payer.
Bill Due Dates
Payment is due on the third Monday of each term. Students are responsible for making sure that the amount owed is paid by the due date.
|Term||2023-2024 Due Dates|
|Fall||September 11, 2023|
|Spring||January 29, 2024|
Understanding Your Student Account
The student account can be viewed in your myMSOE account. Statements are broken down into several categories. Mandatory Tuition and Fees include charges related to tuition, infrastructure and technology fee, and room and board charges, if applicable. Other Charges may include university bookstore charges, parking, or library fines.
Students who wish to allow third parties (i.e. parents, guardians) can establish an authorized user to have access to view or make payments to the student account.
Financial Aid Authorization
MSOE must comply with federal regulations for disbursement of Title IV Federal Financial Aid. Without authorization, Title IV funds can only be applied to mandatory tuition and fees. Students who wish to have excess Title IV funds applied to Other Charges must complete the Credit Balance Authorization Form. Students who do not complete the form could receive a refund check and still owe a balance on their student account for other charges. If you have any questions on how to fill out the form, please see FAQ.