The Office of Accounting is responsible for receiving tuition, room and board payments and provides students with essential accounting services. Conveniently located at the heart of campus, we welcome students to stop by with questions.

 

Billing

Tuition, room and board are to be paid in full one week prior to the start of classes. Transcripts are not available until all accounts are paid in full.

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Tuition Payment Plan

You may enroll in an interest-free monthly payment plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS).

 

Account Credits

When a credit balance exists on a student’s account, we automatically generate a check that will be available for pickup at the Accounting office on Friday, usually between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. This check will be made out to the student unless the student requests otherwise. If the check is not picked up after a week, we will mail the check to the student’s permanent address. Please remember to update your address information. We also offer a refund debit card through Commerce Bank.

Please call the Accounting office for additional information. 

 

Services

Students can cash personal checks up to $100, and we will also cash work study checks for any amount.

Students can get their photo IDs here. A new ID is free. If it is broken and presented, a replacement is free. If it is lost, the replacement cost is $15.

 

Dates to Remember

Early November

Students are allowed to register for classes for spring term. They will meet with their advisers, decide on their course schedules for the following term and complete their registration online using MyStephens.

If a balance exists on their account, they will not be able to complete the registration process. This may have an impact on their ability to get in classes they need or want. Students should talk to us immediately so we can try to find a solution to any problems preventing them from completing the process.

 

January

You should complete the FAFSA as early as possible. The Financial Aid office uses that information to determine student awards for the next year, and the ability to obtain some grants may be affected by the timeliness of a student’s FAFSA submission.

 

Late January

We will send a 1098-T. This will provide important information to you as you prepare your income tax return and determine any education credit you may be able to claim.

 

Early April

Students register for the following fall term (just like the process in November). Any adjustments to tuition, room or board will be announced prior to student registration.

 

Office Hours

Our office hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The cashier’s window is open from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., except on “payday Fridays,” when hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Contact Us

Office of Accounting

206 Lela Raney Wood Hall
(573) 876-7105 [email protected] 1200 E. Broadway

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