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Payment plan coming soon

The payment plan (formerly "installment plan") for tuition and fees will be available to Twin Cities students starting September 2. You must enroll in a payment plan each semester (and for each campus) you would like to use it; it will not be automatically applied. View step-by-step instructions on how to use the payment plan.

Fall 2015 aid disbursement

Fall 2015 financial aid will disburse to student accounts beginning the week of August 31 and continue to disburse throughout the semester. If your financial aid exceeds your tuition and fees charges, you will receive a credit balance in your bank account during the first week of classes. You must sign up for direct deposit to receive your credit balance.

Health plan coverage

Health insurance is required by the University. Student health plan charges have been placed on student accounts for fall 2015. If you have your own insurance and would like to waive University student health plan, please go to your Student Center. Any other questions? Contact the Student Health Benefits Office.

Financial aid & housing costs

Financial aid can be used to cover your living expenses for living on or off campus. If you are living on campus, any housing and meal charges on your student account can be paid by your disbursed funds. If you are living off campus, any remaining financial aid after your tuition and fees are paid will be direct deposited to your bank account for living expenses. Housing charges will appear on your fall 2015 bill starting August 20.

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