All tuition and fees are due by August 15, 2014. Accounts not paid in full are subject to late charges and holds may be placed on any future enrollment and on your academic records.
If you have financial aid, it may be used to pay your tuition and fees. At the end of the add/drop period, your financial aid will be applied directly to your institutional charges (tuition, fees, and housing). Any excess funds will be distributed to you.
NSU disburses all refunds to you electronically. NSU will be providing you information soon about how to set up your bank account for direct deposit of refunds.
Login to goNSU to view all of your NSU account activity. Call (918) 458-2160 or (918) 449-6251 to discuss details of your account.
Electronic payments may be made by selecting the “Make a Payment” link found at goNSU. Specifically:
Several payment options are available through the "Make a Payment" online service. Students may opt to authorize payment using a Web Check (ACH) transaction. The web check option is free to use. An additional, related feature gives users the opportunity to store their ACH information, so it will be available for use easily during future transaction.
For more information about payments, visit the Business Affairs' Bursar Services webpage.
Make your check payable to Northeastern State University. Checks may be mailed to Northeastern State University Office of Bursar Services, 601 N Grand Ave, Tahlequah, OK 74464-2399.
Credit card payments may also be made securely and easily through the "Make a Payment" online service. Credit card payments on account will only be accepted through this online method. Credit cards accepted include Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Students or others who wish to make a credit card payment while on campus may access the site through computers at the Cashier locations, with assistance from Bursar Services staff if needed. Persons making credit card payments will be assessed a convenience fee.
Refunds are calculated based on the day the official withdrawal is filed in the Registrar’s Office (in person, by fax or by post mark date), not when the student stopped attending classes. A credit will be issued to your Bursar account for the full amount if the class is dropped within the time listed below.