Tuition and Fee Payment
Fees can now be paid through KSIS, mailed to the Cashier's Office, or paid directly at the Cashier's Office in 212 Anderson Hall. If your tuition and fees are not paid in full by a specific date your course schedule will be dropped. Unless a deferment is granted, students should pay the total amount of their semester or summer term tuition and fees by the due date on the statement of account they receive and should use a MasterCard, Visa or personal check.
If you are a first-year, first-time borrower under the Federal Stafford Student Loan, the Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Student Loan, or SLS loan programs, your check from these programs may not be released to you until 30 days after the start of the semester. You will need to make arrangements for payment from personal resources (or family) until that time.
KSIS is an interactive system that gives you access to your academic information and allows you to manage some of your university business. For example, you are able to update your address, phone, and marital status and view your grades, semester schedule, holds, account status and other related information. You can access the system through the K-State home page.
The K-State university student photo identification (ID) card is a necessity. You will then be assigned an ID number, which will be necessary when making payments in person. If you lose your photo ID, you will need to have a new one made. Contact the ID Center at the K-State Union and purchase a replacement ID for $15.
Your ID also gives you access to important services on campus. It allows you to check out books from the library, use the Natatorium and Chester Peters Recreation complex, cash checks in the K-State Union, use the K-State Union facilities, attend K-State Union theater movies at reduced prices, purchase tickets for sporting and auditorium events at reduced prices, and vote in student elections.