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Paying Your Tuition Bill

The Cashiers office is responsible for the collection of tuition, student fees, residence hall charges, etc.  The Cashiers office posts important student billing information and due dates online.  To view this, visit the Cashiers/Student Billing page.

Viewing Your Account

MnSCU requires students to view their account online as an electronic invoice in lieu of preparing and mailing routine paper invoices.  It is the student's responsibility to access their tuition account through e-Services in the MyBSU Portal.  To view and pay your tuition bill online:

  1. Go to myBSU
  2. Enter your username and password.  For first time log-in, click on:  New Account Activation.
  3. Click on e-Services
  4. Click on "bills and payments"
  5. Choose between:
    • Balance due by term (current balance due by term)
    • Full account detail (charges, payments and financial aid for all terms)
    • Make a payment (use MasterCard, Visa, Discover or e-Check)

Payment Options

You may pay your bill online, by mail via check or money order, or in person in the Cashiers office (located on the second floor of Deputy Hall). 

Online (Credit Card/e-Check)

To see your charges and/or make your payments:

  1. Go to myBSU
  2. Enter your username and password.  For first time log-in, click on:  New Account Activation
  3. Click on e-Services
  4. Click on "bills and payments"
  5. Choose between:
    • Balance due by term (current balance due by term)
    • Full account detail (charges, payments and financial aid for all terms)
    • Make a payment (use MasterCard, Visa, Discover or e-Check)

Check/Money Order

Payments by check or money order can be mailed to:

Bemidji State University
Attn: Cashiers, #5
1500 Birchmont Dr NE
Bemidji, MN 56601

Write your student I.D. number on your check or money order

In Person

Payments can also be made at the Cashiers Counter at Deputy 202
A payment drop box is located on the north door of Deputy 202.  Please include your I.D. number on all payments.

Cancelled Registration for Non-Payment

Tuition and fees should be paid in full by the first business day of the semester, or your classes will be dropped for nonpayment. However, you will not be dropped for non-payment if any one of the following criteria is met:

  1. You have applied for Federal Financial Aid and the university has received the FAFSA results from the U.S. Department of Education.
  2. You have made a minimum down payment to tuition and fees of 15% or $300, whichever is less.
  3. You have a scholarship or third party award that meets the minimum down payment amount. 
  4. You have an active payment plan contract with FACTS Management.
  5. You are enrolled in the PSEO program.

 For more information please contact Business Services at 218-755-2183

Date of Withdrawal: Refund Allowed

Class Days 1-5: 100%
Class Days 6-10: 75%
Class Days 11-15: 50%
Class Days 16-20: 25%
Class Days 21+: 0%   

Questions or problems?

Cashiers Office
Deputy D202
Phone: 218-755-2045