SFS sends monthly billing statements for charges due on account to anyone who has a balance due the University.
Fall billing statements are typically mailed around the second week in July and are typically due in early August. Spring billing statements are mailed around the first week of December and are due in early January.
NOTE: Subsequent billing statements are mailed to the student's temporary local or on-campus address. "Minimum amount due" balances not paid by the stated due date will result in a late payment fee per month and the possibililty of cancellation of class schedules and housing contracts.
Students may initiate a billing address for the purposes of account billing. Billing addresses should be added to the student's account through the Southeast portal. (https://portal.semo.edu).
Students are required to pay their account balances by published deadlines using one of the following payment options:
Students must pay all outstanding balances before being eligible to:
Southeast accepts payment by the following methods:
All students are obligated to pay promptly all charges owed on their account, including all attorney fees, collection agency referral fees, and other reasonable collection costs to collect unpaid balances.
A statement of account is mailed monthly to each actively enrolled student who has a balance due the University.
Southeast Missouri State University has partnered with peerTransfer to offer a streamlined and cost effective payment method to send international payments.
NOTE: Please check your account before wiring funds. Do NOT send more than the account balance; overpayments may cause your payment to be returned.
Southeast offers an Installment Payment Plan (IPP) for our students who wish to pay their semester charges on a monthly basis or do not pay the semester's charges in full by the payment due date.
The IPP will calculate all current semester charges. The first payment of each plan will include the first installment, plus associated costs to enroll in the specific plan, plus any prior semester charges (if applicable). Past-due charges and the fee for enrollment in an IPP option cannot be placed on the IPP but must be paid in full on or before the time the IPP enrollment is requested.
NOTE: IPP enrollment is per semester. You must indicate at the beginning of each semester which IPP option you have chosen to enroll in.
Please review the IPP Terms and Conditions
All IPPs are arranged through Student Financial Services, Academic Hall 019, (573) 651-2253.
Spring 2014 Payment Due Dates
|Payment Option||Payment Due Date||Payment Due Date||Payment Due Date||Payment Due Date||Non-Refundable Enrollment Fee|
|2 Payment||Jan 6, 2014||Feb 20, 2014||N/A||N/A||$15.00|
|3 Payment||Jan 6, 2014||Feb 20, 2014||Mar 14, 2014||N/A||$20.00|
|4 Payment||Jan 6, 2014||Feb 20, 2014||Mar 14, 2014||Apr 17, 2014||$25.00|
Please contact Student Financial Services at (573) 651-2253 with any questions.
If a student's account is past due, the student may be placed on Financial Probation. When, after University efforts to notify the student of Financial Probation, the student does not take appropriate action to pay delinquent charges, the student may be placed on Financial Suspension. If placed on Financial Suspension, the student is ineligible to attend classes, take examinations, receive grades, or participate in University-sanctioned events. A student on Financial Suspension can be reinstated back into good financial standing by contacting a Financial Counselor in Student Financial Services and paying their delinquent balance PLUS a reinstatement fee.
If the delinquent charges that caused the Financial Suspension are not resolved by a specific date established by the Student Financial Services Office, the student will be administratively withdrawn from the University and will not receive grades for that specific term, although their outstanding balance remains due the University.