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Student Service Center

The Student Service Center is where students can address a variety of issues, from tuition payments, registration, housing and financial aid.

About the Student Service Center

The Student Service Center is where students can address a variety of issues. Students can receive many services and get answers to a wide range of questions about payments, registration, housing and financial aid, among other things.

Related Offices:

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.  Visit Student Bills for current payment methods and options.
 

To contact the Student Service Center, call 906-227-1221 or e-mail ssc@nmu.edu. Our fax number is 906-227-1331. The Student Service Center is located in suite 2201 C.B. Hedgcock (building no. 9 on the campus map).

Mailing Address
Student Service Center
Northern Michigan University
1401 Presque Isle Avenue
Marquette, MI 49855

Key Dates

 

July 26 - Fall bills/payment plans available on eBill

August 10 - Last day of summer classes

August 13 - Final grades due from faculty

August 16 - Fall tuition due (tentative)

August 24 - The Student Service Center will be open from 10:00 am-2:00 pm

August 26 - First official day of fall classes

September 2 - Labor Day observance - no classes

Mid October - Review MyNMU for any registration holds prior to winter registration (financial, advisor, measle, etc...)

November 23 (5:00 p.m.) - Thanksgiving recess begins

December 2 - Classes resume

December 7 - Last day of fall classes

December 9-14 - Exam period

December 14 - Commencement

December 17 - Final grades due from faculty

 

 

 

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