How do I receive financial aid?
If you've accepted financial aid, it will automatically be applied to your account. Financial aid is normally applied after the last day to add/drop a course. We will verify that the number of credits you're enrolled in corresponds with the amount of aid you'll be receiving. Any adjustments will be made to your account before aid is applied.
When are bills due?
Tuition, fees, housing, and meal plan charges are due at the beginning of the semester according to the Dates and Deadlines Calendar. All other charges are due when incurred. If these charges are not paid by the deadline for the semester, a late payment fee may be assessed.
How do I know what to pay?
No paper statements or bills will be mailed. Students will receive an email notification to their student email account when a new e-Bill has been posted.
To view e-Bills, go to Campus Connection and select "Student Center" then "Pay Online Now".
Students are responsible for paying their charges whether or not they receive an e-Bill notification or other statement. Students who do not have an account balance when e-Bills are generated will not have an e-Bill posted that month. E-Bills are retained online for 12 months.
Companies and individuals who are not registered students will receive a monthly billing statement in the mail. These statements are mailed at the beginning of each month. Please notify One-Stop Student Services immediately if your address has changed.
Non-Student individuals will be subject to the monthly late payment fee of 1.75% on charges more than 30 days past their due date
External organizations/companies will be subject to the monthly late payment fee of 1.75% on charges more than 60 days past their due date.
A late payment fee will be assessed on a monthly basis for any unpaid, past due charges. See the Dates and Deadlines Calendar.
Students with unpaid charges after the deadline will be assessed a monthly late payment fee of 1.75% of their total past due charges. Charges are considered past due once they are more than 30 days past their due date.
- The 1.75% late fee will be charged monthly, not once a semester.
- The late fee will apply to all outstanding charges, as of the 15 th of each month, past due over 30 days.
One-Stop Student Services must receive payment before the last day to make payment without a late payment fee. Payments postmarked but not received by the final due date will be considered past due and subject to a late fee penalty. Please allow sufficient mailing time.
If charges are not paid within 30 days, a delinquent account hold will be placed on the account. Students and non-students who have a delinquent account hold shall not be allowed to register, receive a transcript of records, or receive certification of academic credits, grades, diplomas, or receive degrees of graduation until their delinquent account balance is paid in full.
Past Due Account
UND contracts with collection agencies to assist in the collection of past due accounts. Please contact One-Stop Student Services immediately if your account is past due as this may prevent your account from being referred to a collection agency. UND's collection agencies do report to the major credit bureaus.
Student Health Charges
Contact Student Health Services regarding all student health related charges at UND.studenhealth@UND.edu or 701.777.4500. You are still responsible for the charges placed on your student account. If you have private health insurance, you must contact your health insurance provider regarding filing a claim for reimbursement. Once your insurance company reimburses UND, you will receive a credit on your student account.
Contact the Chester Fritz Library regarding past due fines and replacement cost charges on your account at 701.777.2011.
Children's Center Charges
Contact the University Children's Learning Center regarding childcare charges on your account at 701.777.3947.
Contact the Telecommunications department if you have questions regarding your telephone or DSL services at 701.777.4111.