Billing and Important Dates
Billing Schedule and Key Important Dates:
Tuition and fees are charged to the student’s account at least 30 days prior to the first day of instruction for Term 1 (Fall) and Term 2 (Spring). An electronic billing (e-billing) notification will be sent to you via your CUSM e-mail account the day charges are applied. You will not receive a copy via US mail. A reminder e-billing notification will be sent out to you two weeks prior to the due date and then again one week prior to due date. Tuition payments are to be received by 5:00pm the Friday of the first full week of instruction. If Friday is a holiday or the university is otherwise closed, payment must be received by 5:00pm the previous business day. Failure to make payment by the end of the second Friday of the term may result in withdrawal from CUSM.
Fall 2023 Tuition Due Dates
- M1 and M2 Students: Friday, July 21, 2023
- M3 and M4 Students: Friday, July 7, 2023
- MBS Students: Friday, August 18, 2023
Spring 2024 Tuition Due Dates
- M1, M2, M3, M4, and MBS Students: Friday, January 5, 2024
A late payment fee of $200 is assessed to your student account if full payment of tuition and fees is not received by 5:00pm on the first Friday of the term.
You may view your Tuition Bill on EMPOWER SIS Student Portal. You will receive an email notification when it becomes available.
Please note: Disbursement of your awards will occur once you have completed all required applications and provided all required documentation and information. You may check the status of your financial aid award on EMPOWER SIS Student Portal
Past Due Accounts
Payment of all tuition and fees are due by the end of the first week of each semester/payment period. If your account becomes past due, a late payment penalty charge of $200 will be assessed on subsequent bills. If your account remains unpaid/outstanding after your departure from CUSM, it may be referred to a collection agency and reported to a credit bureau.
A collection fee of $25 is assessed for each check/e-check returned for non-payment including any check in which payment is stopped. The check must be paid within 10 days, or it will be turned over to a collection agency, and the student will be liable for all collection costs and any other related costs. You will receive an e-mail notice regarding the returned check. The e-mail will include instructions for clearing the returned check. If an account indicates a history of returned checks, CUSM may suspend a student’s check writing privileges.
Student Business Services Team
Laura Chidley, Student Business Services Coordinator
Brenda Nieves, Executive Director Student Business Service