Tuition & Payment
Once you have registered for the upcoming semester, you are required to pay all tuition and fees by that semester’s deadline. USU uses TouchNet, an online service where you can view bills, make payments, and manage your account any time. You can also set up an authorized user, like a parent or guardian, to access your account and make payments on your behalf. You can also pay in person at the Registrar’s Office with cash or check.Check and Pay Balance in TouchNet
Refer to the USU General Catalog for up-to-date information regarding Tuition, Fees and Refund information.
Nonpayment Drop Deadlines
Tuition is due upon registration. If you fail to pay your tuition by one of the tuition deadlines, you may be dropped from your classes and any waitlists you may be on. This is known as the nonpayment drop.
Late Fee Deadlines
Students with an outstanding balance at a late payment deadline will incur a $100 late payment fee. Pay your balance in full or get on a payment plan prior to late payment deadlines to avoid late fees.
1098-T Tuition Statement
Utah State University prepares a 1098-T form for all eligible students and furnishes it to the IRS. The form indicates that there might be education related expenses that could be claimed as part of the Hope Scholarship or the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit.
Tuition and Fees Agreement
Students will need to review and accept the 'Student Financial Responsibility Disclosure and Agreement to Pay Tuition and Fees' in order to register for classes.