These are the questions/concerns our office hears from the parents of MTU
students. We hope you find this information beneficial.
We do not mail paper bills.
Students retrieve their bills electronically from Banweb.
An email notification is sent to the students at their mtu.edu email
address when bills are available on line. Dates are published on the Student section of the Accounting Services website.
We cannot release the details of a student's account to anyone other than
the student due to the Privacy Act (FERPA) even though the parent may
be paying the bill. Please have your student contact us with any questions or request your student set up a guest account. Guest access can be set up through Banweb. Additional Information about guest access can be found at http://www.admin.mtu.edu/em/students/guest.php.
Payments may be made electronically through Banweb. You may request your student's login information
from your student to process the payment or share the payment information
with your student who may enter it.
Credit card payments for charges on the tuition billing statement must be
made electronically through the Michigan Tech Student Bill on Banweb. MasterCard and Discoverer are accepted.
For the protection of our customers, we do not accept credit card information via fax or email. If you do not have access to Banweb to make a payment, you may call us with your payment at 906-487-2247.
Payments made by check or money order can be processed in the Cashiers
Office when accompanied by a billing statement.
Bills are due by 5:00 pm EST on payment due dates.
If the billing statement shows a zero balance or credit balance the student
must still confirm their enrollment by the due date to keep their course
schedule and avoid late fees.
The charges you can expect to see on the tuition billing statement are
available on the Tuition Bill Summary.
The tuition account is the responsibility of the student. Any collection action that may be required to
collect the debt will reflect upon the student. If the student
has a credit balance the refund is provided to the student, not the person
who paid the account. During the first three weeks of the semester, if a credit balance exists and a credit card payment was made to the account for the same semester, the credit card account is refunded. Beyond the third week, if a credit balance exists as a result of additional financial aid, the student is refunded via check or direct deposit. If the credit balance is the result of returned services (tuition, fees, housing, etc.) and a credit card payment was made, the credit card account is refunded.
Tuition vouchers (GM, Chrysler and Ford) and miscellaneous scholarships are
credited to the student account once the university has been paid for the
voucher/scholarship. Bills are sent to the vendors after the add/drop period.
Students may charge up to $1,000 in books and supplies at the Campus Store once their enrollment has been confirmed each semester. For more information on charging at the Campus Store, please see the Frequently Asked Questions section of the Accounting Services web site.
Students may make changes to meal plans by contacting dining services.
The university uses the mtu.edu email address to communicate with students.
It is important for students to check their email during the summer and during
breaks for important notices.
The 1098T tax forms are mailed to the student at their home address before
January 31st. Students may print a copy of their 1098T form on Banweb under the Student Services menu, then the Student Records menu, and the Tax Notification (1098T) link.
Links to all payment/billing
information can be found from the Student menu.
Should there be any questions or concerns you have after reviewing our web
site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we may improve the
service these pages provide.