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How to Read the Paper Schedule Bills

Paper Schedule Bill Example

1. Name/Mailing Address

All billing statements are mailed to the Billing (BI) address on file, if we have one. If not, billing statements are mailed to the Permanent (PR)address on file with the University. Be sure to update your current/permanent address on your MAVzone, or in person at the Student Accounts Office.

2. Statement Date

The date the Billing Statement is printed. All information on the statement is a snap shot of that moment in time. To view current, real time account activity log on to ePay.

3. Due Date

Students are responsible to pay balances owed by the designated due date. Student Accounts mails billing statements to the Billing (BI) address on file, if we have one. If not, billing statements are mailed to the Permanent (PR) address on file. In addition, an ebill is available on ePay, and an ebill notice is delivered to the students and authorized users email addresses. Non-payment will result in possible late fees and/or service charges. Click here to view billing and due dates.

4. Amount Due

Amount Due is calculated by Total Current Term Charges and Previous Balance minus Total Current Term Credits. Students have two options:

5. Schedule

Current Course Schedule and Credit Hours as of statement date. Obtain a printout of your full schedule and any schedule changes on your MAVzone. Also, see Registrar Important Dates for Add/Drop and Withdrawal dates and timelines.

6. Charges

Tuition - charged per credit hour based on residency, course level, and online/in classroom.

General Student and Facility Debt Service Fees - charged on a per credit hour basis along with tuition.

Matriculation Fee- a onetime fee assessed during the first semester attending CMU as a degree seeking student.

Tuit-COF Portion - Colorado Residence Only. Tuit-COF Portion is the portion of the tuition expense that is eligible to be paid by the College Opportunity Fund (COF) program. Students must qualify, and apply to receive credit.

Housing - charged per semester for your assigned dorm room. See Residence Life for Housing Rates.

Meal Plan/MAVmoney Meal Add On - On campus resident meal plans are charged per semester. See Residence Life for Meal Plan Rates. Read additional information on commuter meal plans and MAVmoney meal add on.

Misc.. Fines and Charges - A number of campus departments may assess fines and charges that will appear on your statement. Also, some classes have course specific fees outside of the General Student and Facility Debt Service Fees. Questions or disputes of these charges should be directed to the issuing department. General questions can be directed to Student Accounts at (970) 248-1567.


7. Credits/Anticipated Credits*

Credits, also known as, posted payments. This can be in the form of Grants, Scholarships, Loans, or direct payments to the University. Some grants and scholarships have credit hour requirements in order for you to receive the funding.
COF Tuition Voucher - shows Colorado State's payment toward tuition through the College Opportunity Fund program.
Anticipated Credits*, also known as Possible Financial Aid which has not paid over, reflect aid that in some cases may require further action on your part.Remember to "Accept Award" and read and "Accept Terms and Conditions" under the Student Finance tab on your MAVzone.
First time borrowers will also need to complete Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note (MPN) at https://studentloans.gov
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Parent PLUS Loan applicants must complete the Parent Loan Authorization Form and a Master Promissory Note (MPN) at https://studentloans.gov
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Check "Red Flags" under the Student Finance tab on MAVzone to ensure all Financial Aid requirements are completed. Contact Financial Aid with additional questions.