Tuition, Billing, and Making Payments
The instructions and video below will help you understand you bill for tuition, fees, and other university charges. You'll also learn how to make payments as well as options and resources for making payments.
Tuition and fees
The tuition and fees you are assessed will depend on the campus through which you are enrolled, and whether or not you are assessed tuition at the resident or non-resident rate. Additionally, you may be assessed specialized fees by your college or graduate program.
Understanding your tuition bill
When do I receive my bill? When is payment due?
Bills are generated after the close of business on the 15th of the month (or the previous business day if the 15th falls on a weekend or holiday).
- Spring semester - If you enroll prior to December 15, you will receive a bill after close of business on December 15, and payment will be due by 3 p.m. on the first day of the spring semester in January. If you enroll between January 15 and the first day of class, you will receive a bill after close of business on the first day of class, and payment will be due by 3 p.m. on February 15.
- Summer semester - If you enroll prior to May 15, you will have a payment due date of June 15 unless if you have enrolled in a payment plan. If you have enrolled in a payment plan, the final balance will be due by July 15. If you enroll on May 16 or later, then your balance will be reflected in the June 15 billing statement with a due date of July 15.
- Fall semester - If you enroll prior to July 15, you will receive a bill after close of business on July 15, and payment will be due by 3 p.m. on the first day of the fall semester in August. If you enroll between August 15 and the first day of class, you will receive a bill after close of business on the first day of class, and payment will be due by 3 p.m. on September 15.
In all other months, after charges are billed, they are due by 3 p.m. on the next billing date.
Viewing your bill
View current and prior bills by logging in to KSIS. Click on the Financial Accounts tile from the Student Homepage then click on View Bills.
Fees for late enrollment and late payment
Initially enrolling in courses on or after the first day of any term results in a Late Enrollment Fee of $65. The fee does not apply when adding additional courses to an existing enrollment.
If payments are not received by the due date and time, a 1.5% default fee will be assessed to the account. The default fee will be assessed each month until all charges are paid in full.
The K-State Cashiers Office offers options for making payments online, in-person, by mail, and through a payment plan. There is a fee to use a payment plan, but this option allows you to spread out payments throughout the semester. Learn more about payment options and payment plans.
You might be eligible to for a payment deferment which delays your payment due date at no charge. Graduate students appointed to an assistantship position automatically receive a tuition deferment. There are also deferments for financial aid, military veterans, and international students. Learn more about conditions of deferments and whether or not you are eligible.
K-State has negotiated with GradGuard™ to provide tuition insurance featuring special plans and rates not available to the general public. Enrolling in this plan is optional. This coverage expands the scope of K-State's refund policy by ensuring reimbursement for tuition, room and board, and other fees for covered withdrawals at any time during the semester.
More information and support
The Cashiers Office is the best point of contact for more information and to address questions about tuition, billing, and making payments. Visit their office in-person, by phone or email, or schedule a virtual appointment by emailing email@example.com.
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