- The full amount of the tuition and fees should be paid by one of the options below by the posted due date for the term - or your classes will be deregistered.
- Invoices are not mailed. You must check your account balance online and pay any balance due by the posted due dates on the academic calendar.
- If your payment is made with an NSF check (non-sufficient funds), you will be deregistered.
Option 1 - Pay Full Amount Online with MasterCard, Visa, Discover or E-check
Login to your student account to make your payment online.
After logging into your student account,
- Select “Bills and Payment” link on the left side.
- Select “Make a Payment”.
This page will show any balances due to any Minnesota State Colleges and Universities school.
- Select the institution you want to pay (ie: St. Paul College-Comm and Tech College).
Enter the amount of your payment and click continue.
- This will bring you to the USBank payment site. Follow the directions as you proceed thru the next few screens to complete the payment process.
Option 2 - Pay Full Amount in Person
Payments of cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted in the Tuition office during business hours.
Option 3 - Pay Full Amount by Mail
If you registered in person, you received a fee statement showing your balance due. If you registered online, you can print out your fee statement. Mail your payment to: Saint Paul College - Tuition Office, 235 Marshall Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55102, no later than five business days before tuition is due. Please include your Student ID #, phone # and name on the check or credit card information. Do not send cash.
Option 4 - Pay Full Amount in Drop Box
Pay your tuition after hours by putting it in the drop box outside the Tuition Office window. Please include your Student ID#, phone number and name on your check, money order or credit card information.
Please read carefully.
- Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS) is a third party tuition management company. For a fee, they will set up a payment schedule and forward your payments to the Tuition Office.
- Any changes to the amount of your agreement, due to financial aid, third party awards, dropped or added classes, must be received in the Tuition Office five business days prior to your next payment due date.
- You must have sufficient funds in your account on the due date for your monthly payment, or NBS and your bank will charge you an NSF fee.
- Proceed to start an NBS payment plan Online.
Option 6 - Pay with Financial Aid
Tuition/fees will be deferred provided the following has been met two weeks before the tuition due date:
You are responsible for completing the Financial Aid process as requested. Any tuition and fee balance not covered by financial aid is your responsibility.
An Institutional Student Information Record (ISIR) must be received electronically
by the Financial Aid Office at least 1 week prior to the tuition due date. This report
is the result of a submitted financial aid Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Apply online early at www.fafsa.ed.gov and allow 2 weeks for ISIR processing.
Option 7 - Third Party Billing & Payments
Students who receive funding from scholarships, sponsoring agencies, or organizations will have their tuition deferred. Authorizations should be submitted using the Saint Paul College Authorization for Payment (PDF) or a similar form that provides the same information. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that the Tuition Office receives the proper authorization from the third party one week before the Tuition due date.
Notice to All Students
Invoices are not mailed. You must check your account balance online and pay any balance due by the posted due dates on the academic calendar.
- You are responsible to cancel your registration by the posted due dates in the course schedule or to pay any balance due. Non-attendance or non-payment is not a cancellation and you will be held responsible to pay any amount owed.
- A late fee will be charged if your account has any unpaid charges not covered by a deferment. For example:
- You didn't sign up for enough money to be taken from your bank account by the NBS payment plan.
- Your bank account was NSF at the time NBS attempted to take your payment.
- You made changes to your registration resulting in additional charges that were not covered by one of the 7 options.
- Your financial aid or third party award was insufficient to cover your tuition, leaving an unpaid balance.
- You had loans available but didn't sign the promissory note to activate the loan, leaving an unpaid balance.
- You registered for classes, didn't pay by the due date, were deregistered, and want to be registered again.
- Re-registering after being deregistered: When you were taken out of your classes, there was a hold put on your account. You may re-register by first coming to the Tuition Office. We will lift the hold if you can provide secured funds, adequate financial aid, or authorization papers.
- A hold on your account will be applied for any unpaid balance and your account will be turned over to an external collection agency.