Payment Plan

A Payment Plan allows students to pay their balance throughout the semester in monthly installments. Payment plans include tuition, student body fees, class fees, single housing and meal plans if applicable.

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Cost to Enroll
The cost to enroll is a $50 non-refundable fee.

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Benefits for Students Enrolled in a Payment Plan
  • Monthly payments spread over the semester.
  • Won’t be dropped from classes on the Tuition and Fee payment deadline.
  • Students enrolled in a payment plan are not subject to late fees for unpaid tuition.

Spring Semester 2022

Enroll/Login To Your Payment Plan

Dates & Deadlines

  • November 15, 2021 - Spring 2022 Payment Plan Enrollment Begins
  • December 15, 2021 – Tuition & Fee Payment Deadline 5:00 p.m.

Spring Term Five-Payment Plan Payment Dates

  • December 1, 2021
  • January 1, 2022
  • February 1, 2022
  • March 1, 2022
  • April 1, 2022 

Spring Term Four-Payment Plan Payment Dates

  • December 10, 2021
  • January 10, 2022
  • February 10, 2022
  • March 10, 2022

 

Creating or Making a Payment 

How to start a Payment Plan

  1. Login to my.usu.edu
  2. Under Tools, select Finances > Financial Account Summary
  3. Select the correct term
  4. Select Pay Now
  5. Select Enroll in Payment Plan

How to make payments online

  1. Login to my.usu.edu
  2. Under Tools, select Finances > Financial Account Summary
  3. Select the correct term
  4. Select Payment plan
  5. Payments can be made with a checking account, a savings account, a credit card or debit card. A 2.875% credit card processing fee will be assessed when making a payment with a credit or debit card.  We recommend using a checking or savings account when making a payment to avoid the credit/debit card processing fee.

How to make payments in-person or via mail

  • Pay with cash or check at the Registrar’s Office, TSC 248. The Registrar's Office cannot accept credit or debit cards.
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  • Mail a check to Utah State University, Registrar’s Office, 1600 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322. Be sure to include the student name and A-number on the check.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I start a payment plan after the first payment deadline?

Yes, but all missed payments will be required at the time of enrollment.

What charges are not covered by payment plans?

Family housing and Health and Wellness Center charges are not covered.

Am I eligible to enroll in a payment plan?

All enrolled students with at least $250.00 in charges are eligible to enroll in a payment plan.

When can I enroll in the tuition payment plan to secure my classes?

You can enroll in a payment plan as soon as charges show up on your student account and the enrollment period begins.  You must enroll by the tuition fee payment deadline so that your classes are not dropped for nonpayment.  Students enrolled in a payment plan will not have their classes dropped for nonpayment.

How much will my payments be?

Your payments will be calculated by taking your account balance, less any financial aid, scholarship, award or waiver, divided by the number of payments in the payment plan. 

Can my payment amount change after I enroll in the payment plan?

Yes.  Your payment amount may change if your account balance changes.  Your account balance may change if you add or drop a class.  It may also change if you receive any aid such as grants, scholarships, financial aid or waivers after you enroll in the payment plan.  An email will be sent to you from TouchNet notifying you of any change to your payment schedule.

Can my payments be made automatically?

Yes.  Payments can be made manually on the due date each month or you can sign up for the automatic payment feature when enrolling in a payment plan.  Automatic payments can be scheduled from a checking, savings account, credit card or debit card.  A 2.875% credit card processing fee will apply if making a payment with a credit or debit card.

What happens if my payment is returned by my bank?

If your payment is returned by your bank because of insufficient funds, the payment will be reversed and a $20.00 return check fee will be assessed to your student account.  An email notification will be sent to you from the Bursar’s Office of this action.  If your payment is returned by your bank because an incorrect or invalid checking/savings account number was entered when making a payment, your payment will be reversed and a $10.00 return check fee will be assessed to your student account.

What happens if my payment is late?

A $25.00 late fee will be assessed to your student account.

Can I change the due date(s) on my payment plan?

No. The payment plan due dates are set and cannot be changed.