Billing and registration


The Fall bill will be generated on  Friday, September 3rd and is due on September 20th.  There will be no finance charges until October 21st but we encourage you to pay your bill by the 10th day of class.    Please watch for an email to your official university address from notifying you that the billing statement is ready.   Billing statements are posted through CASHNET.  Students access CASHNET through their WINGS > Finance Section > Make a Deposit/Payment. 

Students have the option of setting up Parent Portal accounts for parents and others to access their accounts and receive billing emails when new bills have been posted. Go into your WINGS > Finance Section > Grant Access to View/Pay Bill > Parent Pins.

Students (not the person paying the bill)are responsible for monitoring their account in WINGS and ensure the bills are paid on time.   Failure to pay timely can result with finance charges, holds for future registration, cancellation of classes and the account being turned over to a collection agency.

Finance charges of 1.50% will be added if the bill is not paid after the 2nd billing cycle and will continue until the account is paid in full.  Please allow mailing time If you mail a check.  The check will be posted to the student account on the business date received

Please view the Veterans Services web page for information regarding when federal payment is delayed for Chapter 31 or 33.

A new billing statement will be created for any remaining charges or additional charges added since the creation of the first statement. Charges can be incurred throughout the semester and students are billed monthly. Students may view their billing detail online through WINGS Student Center. View the tutorial.

Students can also print or email their billing statement from WINGS. Bill due dates are posted online at: Registration for a future semester is allowed only after the student has paid the current and previous semester bills in full.


Registration & Enrollment Fees

All students are charged a $25 non-refundable registration fee at the time they register each semester.

All domestic and international freshmen students are charged a one-time $100 non-refundable enrollment deposit.

  • ESL program students are classified as special non-degree students who plan to earn a degree and will apply as degree seeking new freshmen or transfer students. These students are required to pay the $100 enrollment deposit because they are submitting a new application and applying as new freshmen or transfer students.
  • Graduate program students do not pay the $100 enrollment deposit but may be required to pay a non-refundable deposit to hold their place. Please contact your program for requirements.