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Student Service Center

The Student Service Center was established to be a one-stop office for students to address a variety of issues, from tuition payments, registration, housing and financial aid.

About the Student Service Center

The Student Service Center is a separate office from the Financial Aid office (which determines aid eligibility or awards it) or financial services (which is geared toward university business). However, staff members may be able to answer general NMU questions or at the very least point you in the correct direction for finding your answers.

Related Offices:

 
Changes to Tuition and Fees Structure:
 

Northern Michigan University has made several changes to its tuition and fees structure.  These changes put NMU more in line with the other Michigan public universities.  Information regarding the changes is also available in the NMU Parent Partnership Newsletter.

The primary changes are:

  • NMU has instituted an upper and lower division undergraduate model.  Upper division tuition applies to undergraduate students with 56 credits or more.
  • NMU has changed its flat-rate tuition structure to be 12-16 credits for the cost of 12 credits. 
Payment process changes:
 
As of July 18, 2016, the NMU Student Service Center will no longer process in-person credit/debit card payments.  All student account credit/debit payments must be made online through eBill.
 
Payment Options:
Method of Payment
Ebill
By
Phone
By
Mail
In
Person
2.75%
Convenience Fee

Cash

No

No

No

Yes

No

Personal Check

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

No

Cashier's Check

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

Money Order

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

Debit Card

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

Credit Card

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

 
Northern Michigan University offers two payment plan options to assist students in paying tuition, fees and housing charges by the required due dates.  For more information regarding the payment plans visit NMU Payment Plans.
 
 

Key Dates

 

July 22 - Fall tuition bills and payment plans available online at mynmu.

August 6 - Last day of classes

August 9 - Final grades due from faculty

August 10 - Fall 2016 tuition and fees due

August 22 - First official day of classes

August 30 - Fall Financial Aid freeze date

September 5 - Labor Day Observance - no classes

November  19-27 - Thanksgiving recess

December 3 - Last day of fall classes

December 5-10 -Examination week

December 10 - Fall Commencement

December 13 - Final grades due from faculty

 

 

The 2015 1098-T tax forms are available online at <a href= "https://mynmu.nmu.edu/">MyNMU</a>. All tuition and fees/scholarships and grants are posted to your account in 2015 are included on this form, which could include the current semester (Winter 2016) if you enrolled prior to Jan. 1, 2016. March 1 is the suggested due date for the submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Even though there is no official deadline at the federal level to apply for aid, students applying for aid through the State of Michigan must submit their FAFSA by March 1 to remain eligible for state aid.

E-Bill

  • NMU does not send paper bills. Instead bills can be viewed and paid electronically on E-Bill. Parents can access E-Bill after a student has granted them access as an authorized user. Choose a link to access E-Bill.
  • Current Students: via MyNMU
  • Former Students: via MyNMU
  • Parents: via E-Bill authorized user login

Student Service Centerssc@nmu.edu906-227-1221